Win Leeds Festival 2012 Tickets with eFestivals

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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 lead singer?

Pssst…If anyone needs a clue, its Robert Smith.

To enter, visit the eFestivals website here: click this link

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Dance to the Radio Stage Announced for Leeds Festival 2012

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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 on Thursday 23rd August,” the official website confirms.

“The arena will open at around 5pm.”

Acts that will appear on the stage include Little Comets, Various Cruelties, Scars on 45, China Rats and Likely Lads.

Other acts included on this year’s bill include headliners Foo Fighters, The Cure and Kasabian as well as Bombay Bicycle Club, Paramore, Florence and the Machine and many more.

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Leeds Festival Ticket Scam Warning:

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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.

For more information on this website, visit the official website here.

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Hadouken! added to Leeds Festival 2012 Line-up

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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 full breakdown of the Leeds Festival line-up please see out dedicated page here.

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Alternative Stage Line-up Confirmed for Leeds Festival 2012

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As promised, officials from Leeds Festival 2012 confirmed the line-up for the Alternative stage today.

The following acts will appear on the stage at this year’s weekend bash:

Reginald D Hunter, Lee Nelson, Jason Byrne, Stephen K Amos, Sean Walsh and Al Murray (The Pub Landlord).

There will also be music from Scroobius Pip and a full band set from DJ Kid Koala.

Other acts that will appear include Doc Brown, Nathan Caton, Damo Clark, Late Night Gimp Fight, Jimmy McGhie, Popcorn Comedy, Chris Ramsey, Dave Twentyman,  Holly Walsh and Glenn Wool.

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Leeds Festival 2012 Organisers to Announce Alternative Stage Line-up Tomorrow

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Leeds Festival 2012 organisers have confirmed that they will announce the line-up for the Alternative Stage tomorrow.

Posting to fans  on their Facebook page they said, “Normally Mondays are NOT our favourite, but we’re announcing The Alternative Stage bill tomorrow so feeling pretty darn good.”

We’d love to hear your predictions so leave a comment below and let us know who you think will be playing!

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Play at Leeds Festival 2012 with Futuresound Competition

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Are you in a band and would love the chance to play at Leeds Festival 2012?

The Futuresound Competition 2012 is giving local bands the chance to grab a place at this year’s festival.

“Futuresound will be looking for local acts to take part in the annual competition which showcases the best of local talent in a battle of the bands style competition to win a slot at the Leeds and Reading Festival.”

To find out more information on entering etc, visit the website here.

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Leeds Festival offer Fans Apprentiship Positions

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Leeds Festival 2012 officials have announced that they are offering out apprenticeship positions this year.

“We have announced plans to introduce a new Reading & Leeds apprenticeship and internship scheme to invite attendees for this year’s festival to see how things work behind the scenes.”

For full details please visit the official website here.

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