Booking now: Factory Floor, Hookworms and East India Youth among Beacons Metro additions

Factory Floor, Hookworms and East India Youth among Beacons Metro additions

Seven new dates at Headrow House, Leeds, have been announced, with Son Lux, Lonelady and Traams also set to appear.

Beacons Metro has announced a new wave of events to take place in Leeds as part of their autumn calendar.

After the announcement earlier in the year that Beacons Festival would no longer take place as a weekend event at its Skipton site, organisers had previously announced shows with Mac DeMarco, Titus Andronicus and Pissed Jeans to take place across northern cities.

The new announcement will see Factory Floor, East India Youth, Son Lux, Lonelady, TRAAMS and Ex Hex headline shows as part of a residency at Headrow House – a textile mill conversion in the heart of Leeds that’s soon to open as a multi-level arts and music centre.

In addition to this announcement, Hookworms will team up with producer Richard Formby – of Wild Beasts, Ghostpoet and Darkstar fame – to play a special show in association with Recon Festival.

Full Beacons Metro listings are detailed below, and ticket details can be found here.

AUG
16 Pissed Jeans – Belgrave Music Hall, Leeds

SEP
12 Mac DeMarco – Albert Hall, Manchester

OCT
02 East India Youth + Ghost Culture – Headrow House, Leeds
03 Lonelady – Headrow House, Leeds
10 Traams, Kagoule, Crushed Beaks + Sauna Youth – Headrow House, Leeds
23 Son Lux, Golden Teacher + Galaxians – Headrow House, Leeds

NOV
07 Ex Hex – Headrow House, Leeds
14 Titus Andronicus – Headrow House, Leeds
28 Factory Floor + Krystal Klear – Headrow House, Leeds

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