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April 2020
Festivals

The Magic Gang and Spector are among the latest names for Live At Leeds

Plus, Gengahr, Halloweens and more.
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Published: 5:00 pm, March 04, 2020
The Magic Gang and Spector are among the latest names for Live At Leeds

The Magic Gang and Spector are among the latest names for Live At Leeds.

The new announce also features The Coral, The Night Café, Gengahr, Halloweens, King Charles, Lewis Watson, Twisted Wheel, Red Rum Club, The Reytons, Gender Roles, VC Pines, Casey Lowry, Ruthie, and loads more.

They join a bill that already includes the likes of DMA's, Pale Waves, Easy Life, Ezra Furman, Shame, Mystery Jets, Ghostpoet, Fickle Friends, and Alfie Templeman.

Booker Joe Hubbard comments: "We’re really happy to announce these artists and complete the Live at Leeds 2020 picture. I feel we’ve struck a nice balance here with The Coral, The Magic Gang, The Night Café joining DMA’s, Pale Waves, Easy Life, Shame, there’s something for everyone. We’re privileged to have Justin from The Vaccines join us with his new outfit Halloweens, and I’m personally looking forward to Gender Roles and Lynks Afrikka, both names to look out for this year."

You can check out all the acts announced for Live At Leeds - which takes place on 2nd May across various venues in Leeds - on the poster below.

The Magic Gang and Spector are among the latest names for Live At Leeds

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