Marker pens at the ready, folks. Live at Leeds have just released their jam-packed timetable so you can start putting a ring around the acts you want to see on May 2, ironing out your all-important festival strategy and making any tough decisions in advance. Will you watch former Sonic Youth guitar mangler Thurston Moore or indie-rock national treasures The Cribs?
The main all-day event on Saturday May 2 kicks off at 12noon with The Riptide Movement, Skinny Living, Forever Cult, Johnny O'Donnell, Chaika, Colour of Spring, Polo and Ngod opening across city-centre venues. Bookending proceedings as the final acts to take to the stage at 11.15pm are nu-R&B dude MNEK and those deceptively clever punk-rock yobs Slaves.
Also on the bill are Dutch Uncles, Emmy the Great, Gaz Coombes, George the Poet, Lucy Rose, Palma Violets and Spector, plus a raft of ear-pummelling local acts including Brawlers, Hookworms, Eagulls and Menace Beach.
You can download a PDF version of the Live at Leeds timetable from the festival website… and then get highlighting, snipping and covering with laminate. You know you want to.
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