Over the years, Leeds Festival has not only established itself as the most rocking weekend of the summer, but has also
become a rite of passage for generations of music fans. Established as a sister event to Reading Festival in 1999, in 2013
the Yorkshire bash is taking place between 23 and 25 August, and the line-up promises to be one of the most impressive yet.
Rap superstar Eminem has already been booked to headline the Main Stage, while a slew of other names on the 2013 Leeds
Festival line-up have also been unveiled. Among them are Mercury Prize winners Alt-J, metal overlords Deftones and rap collective
Boy Better Know, all of whom know how to get the crowds jumping in their own unique ways.
With a range of things to see and do at the Bramham Park site, including hundreds of stalls, food outlets and opportunities
to meet and greet the stars, you're sure to enjoy a weekend like no other at this excellent event. Check the latest listings
and availability for 2013 Leeds Festival tickets on StubHub UK, part of the world's largest fan-to-fan ticket marketplace.
Known to be one of the most energetic events in the country, Leeds Festival is a highlight on the summer's busy festival
schedule. An annual tradition, the event's dates always coincide with the August Bank Holiday, making it the perfect getaway
for students before returning to university.
With 2012's festival - where The Cure, Kasabian and Foo Fighters wowed the crowds as headliners - still very much fresh
in memory, revellers are eagerly anticipating the 2013 Leeds Festival. The new Radio 1 Xtra Stage will bring an urban slant
to proceedings, and hundreds of names across the musical spectrum are set to converge on the northern and southern sites.
It's clear Leeds Festival has never been more exciting.
Don't miss out on the rock gathering of the summer - purchase Leeds Festival tickets on StubHub UK.
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