Monthly Archives: July 2012

Leeds Festival 2012 Ticket Dispatch Starts Next Week

Officials at Leeds Festival 2013 headquarters have revealed that ticket dispatch will start next week. On the official Facebook page they made the following post: “Ticket dispatch starts NEXT WEEK…Can You Feel It Coming?” Anyone starting to get excited yet? … Continue reading

Win Leeds Festival 2012 Tickets with eFestivals

Leading festival news site eFestivals are giving away two standard tickets to Leeds Festival 2012. The tickets are up for grabs to anyone that can answer the following question correctly: “What is the name of this year’s headliners The Cure’s … Continue reading

Bla Bla Car Sharing for Leeds Festival 2012

This looks like it could be useful for people that don’t mind travelling with strangers and want to save a few quid along the way: Bla bla Car share for Leeds Festival 2012:

Dance to the Radio Stage Announced for Leeds Festival 2012

Leeds Festival 2012 organisers have confirmed the acts that will open this year’s weekend of modern music and entertainment. “Lucky festival goers at Leeds kick things off early with local label Dance To The Radio starting the live music early … Continue reading

BBC Introducing Line-up Confirmed for Leeds Festival 2012

Organisers for Leeds Festival 2012 have confirmed the full line-up for this year’s BBC Introducing stage. Acts such as Attention Thieves, Backyards and Bearfoot Beware will appear on the stage across the three day bash. For a full list of … Continue reading

Leeds Festival Ticket Scam Warning:

Official representatives at Leeds Festival 2012 have warned not to buy tickets from The website is believed to be a scam website, claiming that it has a limited supply of tickets for both Leeds Festival and Reading Festival 2012. … Continue reading

Hadouken! added to Leeds Festival 2012 Line-up

Officials have confirmed that Hadouken! have been added to the line-up for Leeds Festival 2012. The band will perform on the NME Stage on Saturday 25th August alongside acts such as The Blackout, Graham Coxon, and The Maccabees. For a … Continue reading