Live at Leeds have announced 38 brand new artists to complete the lineup for their In The City festival this October. A celebration of the best in new music across 15+ venues, Live at Leeds: In The City is all set to host over 100 artists and bring thousands of dedicated music fans into Leeds, filling its independent venues, bars and spaces with live music and passionate audiences.

Staying true to its origins as a platform for the country’s best new music, this year’s Live At Leeds is packed with exciting emerging artists. Today’s announcement includes the likes of avante-garde, ‘80s-inspired pop riser Jessica Winter, Frank Carter’s favourite new fist-in-the-air punk rockers Kid Kapichi, Manchester’s anthemic indie-pop power trio The Covasettes and many more.

These rising acts are the icing on the cake of an already stellar line up that already boasts critically acclaimed south London post-punk band Shame, cult favourite psych-rockers Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs, Welsh DIY garage-pop sensations The Bug Club as well as Middlesbrough-based thrilling noise act Benefits, Dutch indie-boppers Pip Blom and Antony Szmierek, the spoken-word, indie hip-hop artist behind breakthrough hit ‘The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Fallacy’.

An innovator of the multi-venue festival format in the UK, Live at Leeds will once again take up residence in some of the cities most recognisable and beloved venues including The Brudenell Social Club, Belgrave Music Hall, Oporto, Leeds University Union and more.

Launched in 2007, Live at Leeds has become one of the country’s most recognisable and important festivals dedicated to championing new artists. An unforgettable stop on the careers of thousands of musicians, in its storied history the festival has notably hosted early performances from the likes of Ed Sheeran, Stormzy, The 1975, George Ezra and countless others.

The event’s sister festival Live At Leeds In The Park will return to Temple Newsham on 25th May 2024.

Announced Today (A-Z):

Arthur Hill, Artio, Ashley Singh, Bay Bryan, Brodie Milner, callinsick, Chalk, Cole LC, Cooper T, Cucamaras, Dee Rae, Delights, Ellie Bleach, Ellur, Ernie, Eyes of Others, Hohnen Ford, Home Counties, Honeymoan, Human Interest, Jessica Winter, Kid Kapichi, M4X, Mid City, Oscar Blue, Pixey, Prima Star Power, Somoh, Sfven, Tapir!, The Covasettes, The Kairos, The New Eves, Tiberius B, Unflirt, Us, Venus Grrrls, Ziyad Al-Samman

Announced previously (A-Z)

Alex Lahey, Alfie Jukes, Another Sky, Antony Szmierek, Automotion, Aziya, Bedroom High Club, Benefits, Big Special, Brad Heidi, Cartwright, Cassia, Cathy Kio, Chiedu Oraka, Chilli Jesson, Clarence, Corella, Cousin Tony’s Brand New Firebird, Cowboyy, Crystal Tides, Deki Alem, Django Jones and The Mystery Men, Drella, Eyelar, Fat Dog, Feet, Fig By Four, Fiona Lee, Frozemode, Gretel Hänlyn, Hamish Hawk, Hotwax, Iraina Mancini, Jack Valero, Jo Hill, Johnny Jurassic, Junodream, Kai Bosch, Katie Gregson Macleod, Katie Macleod, Kayla Grace, Keg, Lexie Carroll, Lime Garden, Lip Filler, Lynks, Mackenzy Mackay, Manta, Maruja, Mary In The Junkyard, Matilda Mann, Mickey Callisto, Minas, Morgan Harper-Jones, Nell Mescal, Oliver Asadi, Paris Paloma, Picture Parlour, PigsPigsPigsPigsPigsPigsPigs, Pip Blom, Porchlight, Porij, RainbowFrogBiscuits, Really Good Time, Reignmaker, Rosie Miles, Ry-Guy, Safii Koii, Shame, Shanghai Baby, Shaun Farrugia, Siights, Siobhan Winifred, Slaney Bay, Snayx, Sonni Mills, South Arcade, Sterling Press, Terra Kin, The 113, The Bug Club, The Chase, The Dream Machine, The Florentinas, The Joy Hotel, The last Dinner Party, The Rills, Tinyumbrellas, T.M/O, Tummyache, Wunderhorse

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