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Under the Owls festival heads to Millennium Square this Wednesday

Written by
Shaun Curnow

Taking place in Millennium Square on July 22, Under the Owls is a new one day festival aimed at teenagers, which brings together live music, art performances and even includes a quarter pipe for BMX and skate tricks too.

As part of the Breeze Arts Festival, which started July 18 and will continue until July 25, Under the Owls will be headlined by beatboxing musician and comedian Beardyman. It will also include performances from indie pop band Vitamin, acoustic duo Felka and future-pop group Polo, along with Leeds' own hip hop artist Weezy Jefferson and DJ Danny Bond.

Away from the main stage, you'll be able to watch live art performances, visit the arts & crafts market and numerous stalls where you can grab a bite to eat. 

Best of all, if you are the proud owner of a Breeze card, you'll be able to get in for free. For those without (or aged over 19), entry costs £3.

As the event does not require tickets, entry will be restricted once the audience capacity has been reached. So, best to get their early. 

Under the Owls Festival, Millennium Square, Wednesday July 22, midday-7.30pm. Entry is free with Breeze card, otherwise £3. 

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