Festivals The Orielles & Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly to play Live at Leeds 2018

The Orielles & Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly to play Live at Leeds 2018

The two bands will join the likes of The Vaccines, Pale Waves, Peace and Circa Waves at the fest next week.

The Orielles and Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly have been announced as special guests for next weekend’s Live at Leeds. 

The festival, which takes place in various venues across Leeds on Saturday 5th May, will see the two acts open the day’s proceedings, with both of them playing at midday, in the Holy Trinty Church and The Key Club, respectively. The fest will also play hosts to the likes of The Vaccines, Peace, Circa Waves and The Horrors. 

Not only that, but DIY will be hosting not one, but two stages at the fest, up at the Brudenell Social Club. Our jam-packed line-up includes Class of 2018 cover stars Pale Waves, Anteros, Her’sBoy Azooga, Aussie newcomer Stella Donnelly, The Howl and the Hum, Pip Blom, Whenyoung, Sports Team, Devon, Magick Mountain and Fehm.

The Brudenell Community Room is also set to be a bumper affair as it hosts our Neu Stage. We’re bringing Cosmo Pyke, Class of 2018 alumni Sorry, rapper Benny Mails, Suzi Wu, Grand Pax, ALASKALASKA, Tremors, Boniface, Nelson Can, Hatchie and Talkboy along for the ride. 

For more info on our stages and what else is happening around the city, head to the Live At Leeds website


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