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June 2019
Festivals

Live At Leeds has announced a new surprise guest, Jamie Lenman

He'll perform on the Key Stage.
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Published: 3:00 pm, April 09, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Live At Leeds has announced a new surprise guest, Jamie Lenman

Jamie Lenman has been announced as a super-secret-til-now surprise guest for this spring’s Live At Leeds.

He’ll take a spot headlining Upset’s stage at the Key Club, alongside Heavy Lungs, Lice, Death By Unga Bunga, Hot Milk, Spielbergs, DBoy, Saint Agnes, Brand New Friend and Sunshine Frisbee Laserbeam.

"I'm super psyched to be bringing the rock all the way up north and headlining the Upset stage at Live at Leeds next month!” he says. “Expect huge tunes, SRS HVNS and a cuppla cuts from my new rekkid if you're very lucky!"

Also at Live At Leeds this year, you’ll find a Dork stage with Swim Deep, Sports Team, VANT and Bloxx, as well as Metronomy, Drenge, Sam Fender, Menace Beach, Pizzagirl, Saltwater Sun, Body Type, Marsicans, APRE and more - basically all the bands.

Live At Leeds takes place across various venues in Leeds on 4th May, pick up tickets here.

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