Huge Acts To Take Over Live At Leeds Festival 2023 In Yorkshire Next Week

Huge Acts To Take Over Live At Leeds Festival 2023 In Yorkshire Next Week

One of the West Yorkshire city’s top one-day festivals Live at Leeds 2023 is back this month for its 16th year with the likes of Two Door Cinema Club, The Lathums, Tom Walker, and Kate Nash set to grave the sage.

Taking over Temple Newsam, Live at Leeds 2023 promises to be an amazing day full of great tunes, atmosphere, and entertainment as some of the best signed and unsigned artists take to the festival stages for an unmissable event.

May 27th 40 artists will be taking to the festival’s five stages blaring out fantastic tunes kicking. of the festival season in a special way,

Live at Leeds 2023
Credit: Live at Leeds 2023

Bands to look out for including the fantastic headliners are The Big Moon, who we’ve fallen in love with in a big way over the last few years with some banging tunes like Your Light, Wide Eyes, and Barcelona to name a few.

Don’t miss classic naughties indie band Maximo Park and The Hives if you’re looking for high-energy guitar music then you won’t be disappointed.

Other bands we hope to see are Cavetown, Crawlers, Gengahr, Bully, Rose Gray, Pillow Queens, Opus Kink, and Priestgate.

Day tickets for Live at Leeds 2023 are just £66 with weekend tickets, which include entry to Slam Dunk festival the next day just £166.

We’ve put times from the five stages, which are The Cockpit, Rolling Stone, DIY Stage, and Dork left and right stage.

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Check out the Live at Leeds 2023 lineup and set times below:

The Cockpit

  • Skinny Living – 1pm to 1.30pm
  • Lottery Winners – 1.55pm to 2.25pm
  • Black Honey – 2.50pm to 3.20pm
  • Kate Nash – 3.45pm to 4.30pm
  • Tom Walker – 5pm – 5.45pm
  • The Lathums – 6.15pm to 7.05pm
  • DMA’s – 7.35pm to 8.35pm
  • Two Door Cinema Club – 9.20pm – 10.45pm

Rolling Stone Big Top

  • Pillow Queens 12.30pm – 1pm
  • Gengahr – 1.20pm – 1.50pm
  • Lime Cordiale – 2.10pm – 2.40pm
  • The Beths 3pm – 3.45pm
  • The Big Moon – 4.15pm to 5pm
  • Everything Everything – 5.30pm to 6.20pm
  • Maximo Park – 6.50pm to 7.45pm
  • The Hives – 8.15pm to 9.15pm

DIY Stage

  • Ellur – 12.40pm – 1.10pm
  • Ber – 1.30pm – 2pm
  • James Marriott – 2.20pm – 2.50pm
  • Bully – 3.10pm to 3.40pm
  • Sir Chloe – 4pm to 4.30pm
  • Lapsley – 5pm to 5.30pm
  • CMAT – 6pm to 6.40pm
  • Crawlers – 7.10pm to 7.50pm
  • Cavetown – 8.20pm to 9pm.

Dork Presents Stages

Left Stage

  • Opus Kink – 12.35pm to 1.05pm
  • Youth Sector – 1.45pm to 2.15pm
  • Kingfishr – 2.55pm to 3.25pm
  • Dead Letter – 4.05pm to 4.35pm
  • Prima Queen – 5.15pm to 5.45pm
  • Rose Gray – 6.25pm to 6.55pm
  • Enola Gray – 7.35pm to 8.05pm
  • Brooke Combe- 8.45pm to 9.15pm

Right Stage

  • Bug Teeth – 1.10pm to 1.40pm
  • Psymon Spine – 2.20pm to 2.50pm
  • Modern Love – 3.30pm to 4pm
  • Low Hummer – 4.40pm to 5.10pm
  • Dolores Forever – 5.50pm to 6.20pm
  • Afflecks Palace – 7pm to 7.30pm
  • Panic Shack – 8.10pm to 8.40pm

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Feature Image Credit: Live at Leeds