NME readers have voted Enter Shikari as their number one band of this year’s Leeds and Reading Festival.
The band took to the main stage at Leeds on Sunday 26th August 2012 and beat off competition from the likes of Foo Fighters (who many readers on here have said put on an awesome set!) The Cure, Kasabian and more to claim the title of ‘best act’.
The top ten were as follows:
1. Enter Shikari, Main Stage
2. Foo Fighters, Main Stage
3. Kasabian, Main Stage
4. The Cure, Main Stage
5. The Black Keys, Main Stage
6. Green Day, NME/Radio 1 Stage
7. Kaiser Chiefs, Main Stage
8. Maccabees, NME/Radio 1 Stage
9. Paramore, Main Stage
10. The Hives, NME/Radio 1 Stage
Do you agree with the NME readers? Why not leave a comment and share who you thought was the best act at Leeds Festival 2012.
Cheif Leeds Festival 2013 organiser, Melvin Benn has confirmed that 2 of the 3 headliners for next year’s festival have already been confirmed.
Benn made the following statement to NME this week:
“We’ve got two out of the three headliners already secured,”
“The third – we know exactly who we want. We haven’t made the approach yet, my feeling is they want to do it.”
Although Benn refused to name any of the confirmed acts he has already ruled out the Stone Roses as a possibility, explaining: “My feeling is probably that they are not on our list.”
Who do you think will headline Leeds Festival 2013? Leave a comment below and let us know!
Leeds Festival 2012 has only just finished, but now that we’ve heard all your best memories its time to start looking forward to next year! Anyone else already getting a bit excited…?
To get the Leeds Festival 2013 news and rumours flowing, we’d love you all to leave a comment and tell us who you want to see playing there, or even if you don’t like them, who you think might perform.
Go ahead a leave a comment below, we look forward to reading what you put!
Can you believe it…Leeds Festival 2012 is already over :(! We hope you all had a fantastic time drinking, smoking, watching the bands etc etc etc.
We’d love to hear about your memories from the festival, so leave a comment below and let us know what you most enjoyed about this year’s bash.
Leeds Festival organisers have confirmed the stage times for all the artists playing at this year’s bash.
If you head over to the official website and click on the artists name you will find details including the time which they start.
You might find it useful to jot some of these down as the programmes are usually pretty expensive.
Organisers have confirmed that a strong safe sex message will be spread across the Leeds Festival 2012 campsites by TheyFit.
TheyFit is, “a revolutionary new safe sex company, based in the UK, who specialise in a range of custom fitted condoms,” and offer more than 90 sizes to choose from!
Promotional teams will be roaming the campsite in search of those of you looking to…how should we put it..’get lucky’.
For more information visit the TheyFit website here.
Myself and a good friend and developer have been using some of our time recently to create a ticket comparison website.
After some additional struggles we now have the website live and running.
Its called The Ticket Farm and, despite being in its very early stages, still proves to be a useful tool for finding the cheapest gig and concert tickets by comparing a number of mainstream distributes.
We hope you can use our website to save some of your hard-earned money.
Click here to start comparing – Ticket Comparison Website
If you can’t afford to get a ticket to Leeds Festival 2012 but are desperate to go, there is the option of volunteering.
Usually you will have to pay for the ticket in full, and the money is then refunded providing you turn up to the shifts you are given.
If you are interested in the scheme, head over to the Hot Box Events website here – http://www.hotboxevents.com/
Official organisers at Leeds Festival 2012 have confirmed that ticket holders will be entitled to a FREE breakfast burger and beer or soft drink each day.
Vouchers for the refreshments will go out with the tickets when they are posted to buyers.
Melvin Benn said, “Beer and Burger (B&B) has become Beer and Breakfast Bap (B&BB).
Of course it was never intended to be only beer as soft drinks were always going to be on offer and that will remain”
To read more information about this offer, visit the official website here – http://leedsfestival.com/news/article/get_yer_baps
Leeds Festival 2012 is this month! Are you all getting nice and excited?
Leeds Festival organisers posted this picture on their Facebook page today which got our team all excited about this year’s bash.
Check it out:
So who are you most looking forward to seeing at the Festival this year? Leave a comment below and let us know!