Leeds Festival - Blink 182, Jake Bugg and More
With Queens of the Stone Age, Jake Bugg and Blink-182 set to play
headline slots this year, the line-up of this annual spectacular promises to be one not to miss. Paramore, Arctic Monkeys,
Imagine Dragons, Courteeners, Disclosure and You Me At Six are just a few of the other stellar names on the roster, ensuring
the festival keeps its crown as one of the world's top live music events.
A rite of passage for many, this weekend-long
event defines the end of the summer festival season. Experience the thrill of seeing your favourite artist in the open air
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- The Pride of the North
Every summer in Leeds, Bramham Park transforms into a mecca for rock fans young and old who
come to let off steam as this marvellous musical gathering. The show is headlined every year by exciting artists and past
line-ups have been topped by the likes of Scottish rockers Biffy Clyro, multi-platinum punk pop legends Green Day and eminent
hip-hop icon Eminem.
Luckily, organisers have not failed to live up to the expectations that regular festival-goers
have come to demand of this dynamic northern party weekend. In 2014, the legendary Arctic Monkeys will take to the main stage
on the Sunday, where they will be joined by The Hives, Foster The People and Gnarwolves. On the Friday, internationally adored
punk-pop trio Blink-182 are set to give fans a characteristically spellbinding performance, complimented by acclaimed acts
such as Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Papa Roach and The 1975 to name but a few. These illustrious artists will be the
cream of the crop but there is also plenty of new talent to discover on the world-famous BBC Introducing Stage, where singer
songwriter Ed Sheeran first found fame. What are you waiting for? Secure your Leeds Festival tickets now at StubHub UK and
get ready to rock out in August.
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