Live At Leeds announce new wave of acts

With a lineup that already boasted the likes of DMA's, Pale Waves, Self Esteem, Easy Life, Ezra Furman and many more, Live At Leeds have now unveiled the next batch of names set to perform at this year's event.

Shame, Mystery Jets, Ghostpoet, Fickle Friends and another 40 new acts have now been confirmed for the annual festival, which is set to take place on the 2nd May across Leeds City Centre.

Speaking about the new additions, booker Joe Hubbard said, “We’re delighted to announce the addition of 70 artists to Live at Leeds 2020. Joining DMA’s and Pale Waves are Shame, making their first appearance back in Leeds since a storming show at Stylus! Fickle Friends return with new material – their new single’s Pretty Great. We’ll have Mystery Jets – good news for all those who missed out on tickets to their sold out Wardrobe show, and a big scoop in twice-Mercury nominated Ghostpoet, who will be releasing his highly anticipated fifth album in 2020. As always with LAL there’s a host of exciting new talent, Alfie Templeman, Chinatown Slalom & Oscar Lang are all ones to watch for sure – and some of the best local acts about with Sfven, Jake Whiskin, Beauty School and Leo Cosmos amongst plenty there.”

Visit www.liveatleeds.com for more information and where to buy tickets, and see the full list of new additions below.

Live At Leeds 2020: New Additions
SHAME
MYSTERY JETS
GHOSTPOET
FICKLE FRIENDS
RHYS LEWIS
RYAN MCMULLAN
THE WYTCHES
BROOKE BENTHAM
FLING
THE ILLICITS
AARON SMITH
ALFIE TEMPLEMAN
OSCAR LANG
PATRICK MARTIN
CHINATOWN SLALOM
HIMALAYAS
CHAPPAQUA WRESTLING
MOLLY PARTON
KATY J PEARSON
MODERNLOVE
CHATREUSE
CONRAD
RICHARD FAIRLIE
CURTIS WALSH
WARGASM
SPYRES
ELM
ON VIDEO
JUNODREAM
ANDREW CUSHIN
ZOONI
EVE OWEN
RESPONS
THE CLOCKWORKS
MAYA LAW
GEORGE COSBY
THE WHA
POLLY MONEY
MABES
WUNDERHORSE
TALULAH RUBY
VAUGHAN
DRUG STORE ROMEOS
MATILDA MANN
SOCIAL CONTRACT
BAMILY
CHARLOTTE
PHOEBE GREEN
YOUR SMITH
BABA ALI
MARIE WHITE
SPQR
TEEN JESUS AND THE JEAN TEASERS
BEAUTY SCHOOL
COACH PARTY
NICK WILSON
LOLA YOUNG
BRAD STANK
GHUM
JAKE WHISKIN
BROODERS
DENSE
ENGLISH TEACHER
LIO
PRIESTGATE
SFVEN
SKYLIGHTS
VAN HOUTEN

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