February 17, 2013
One of our readers has e-mailed us to say that The 1975 self-confirmed Leeds Festival 2013 at a gig recently.
So far there is nothing about the date on their official website, so we can only trust their announcement and our reader at this point.
Leeds Festival 2013 takes place on 23 – 25th August with artists such as Eminem, System of a Down and Fall Out Boy already officially confirmed.
February 4, 2013
Biffy Clyro have been officially confirmed as the second headliner for Leeds Festival 2013.
The announcement was made by Zane Lowe on Radio 1 just moments ago.
Tribes were also as good as confirmed when one of their members* told Lowe that he ‘couldn’t deny we won’t be there, but can’t confirm we will be either,’ followed by ‘you’ll get me in trouble Zane’…Looks likely in other words!
System of a Down, Bring Me The Horizon, Jake Bugg, Foals and Fall Out Boy were also all officially confirmed for the 2013 bash which takes place 23 to 25th August 2013 at Bramham Park, Leeds.
*Didn’t catch who it was sorry!
February 4, 2013
Zane Lowe will announce the 2nd Leeds Festival 2013 headlining act tonight, as well as another handful of acts performing on other stages.
Tune in to his show on BBC Radio 1 tonight at 7pm to find out live, or come check our website or Facebook page to read who gets confirmed.
American rapper Eminem is currently the only confirmed headliner for the 2013 event.
Leeds Festival takes place from 23 to 25th August 2013 at Bramham Park, Leeds.
January 31, 2013
Today, Leeds Festival organisers confirmed that there will be another headline announcement on Monday 4th Feb 2013.
The image they posted on their official Facebook page read, “Second headliner plus more bands….Monday 4th February” #.
So far Eminem is the only confirmed headlining act for the event, with Deftones, Alt-J and more also confirmed. Check out our line-up page for full details.
The festival runs from 23 – 25th August 2013 at Bramham Park.
Who would you like to see confirmed on Monday? Leave a comment and let us know!
January 14, 2013
We’ve just updated our rumours page to include a few names that are currently being banded around the web.
The Arctic Monkeys, Black Sabbath, Editors and more now all find themselves on our rumours list.
Check out who else could be playing Leeds Festival 2013 by visiting our page here: Leeds Festival Rumours
Heard a rumour we’ve not yet reported? Leave a comment and we’ll look into it!
December 10, 2012
Eminem has been confirmed as the first headlining act for Leeds Festival 2013.
Organisers announced the news this week.
The US rapper will play alongside the likes of Deftones, Alt-J, Sub Focus and Boy Better Know who have also been officially confirmed.
We’d love to hear what you think about this one so please leave a comment below and let us know!
November 29, 2012
Organisers for Leeds Festival 2013 have confirmed the first few acts that will be appearing.
The following bands were named today:
Deftones – Main Stage
Alt-J – NME/Radio 1 Stage
Sub Focus – BBC Radio 1 Dance Stage Headliners (New Stage!)
Boy Better Know – BBC Radio 1Xtra Stage Headliners (New Stage!)
We’d love to hear your thoughts on the confirmations. Are they bands you are into or have you never heard of them before?
Leave a comment and let us know!
November 22, 2012
Leeds Festival 2013 organisers have confirmed that they will announced some of the acts playing at next year’s bash on November 29th at Midday.
We’ll post the names as soon as they are confirmed. They will most likely be on the official Facebook and Twitter pages also.
Who do you think will be included in the announcement? Leave a comment below and let us know!
November 1, 2012
Rumours suggest that Leeds Festival organisers are looking to add three stages to the 2013 bash.
“We’re changing the arena at Reading and Leeds quite significantly. I’ve got quite a strong buzz and feeling in myself in the changes that I’m making there. I’m still formulating the ideas.” Melvin Benn told BBC Newsbeat.
“There will quite a bit more dance music, quite a bit more other bits and pieces.”
According to NME the event will be expanding from 6 to 9 stages, but the capacity will remain the same.
September 2, 2012
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