Rat Boy, Loyle Carner & Miamigo to play the DIY stages at Live at Leeds today

We’ll be taking over both stages at The Brudenell Social Club for the Leeds festival.

Today sees the music leg of Live At Leeds taking over. Bucket loads of great new bands (and some familiar faces) are all set to take over the city for an exciting showcase that runs into the early hours of Sunday morning, while doubling as one of the first festivals of summer.

Split across over twenty venues, the city will be playing host to some of our old favourites Blood Red Shoes, Los Campesinos! and Mystery Jets, all while showcasing newbies Estrons, Tempesst and GIRLI throughout today (Saturday 30th April).

Over at the Brudenell Social Club, DIY Presents is hosting on not one, but two stages this year. Trouble-maker Rat Boy will be topping the bill in the main room, where he’ll be joined by Brighton-via-Newcastle quartet Demob Happy, scuzzy trio Kagoule, South Londoner Loyle Carner. Then, over in the Games Room, our Neu Stage will feature new talents Wesley Gonzales and Miamigo.

Everything kicks off from Midday. We’ll be bringing you the action - follow the excitement over here on, or via Instagram and Twitter. We’ll be updating you with great new discoveries and all the carnage taking place at the Brudenell.

Here’s the run of play at the Brudenell Social Club.


Rat Boy (11pm)
Loyle Carner (10pm)
Vitamin (9pm)
Beach Baby (8pm)
Island (7pm)
Declan McKenna (6pm)
Estrons (5pm)
Alibis (4pm)
Demob Happy (3pm)
Kagoule (2pm) (pictured)
Narcs (1pm)
Sympathiser (12pm)


Miamigo (10.30pm) (pictured)
Anteros (9.30pm)
Sweat (8.30pm)
Avante Black (7.30pm)
Wesley Gonzalez (6.30pm)
Stevie Parker (5.30pm)
Dahlia Sleeps (4.30pm)
Tempesst (3.30pm)
The Velveteens (2.30pm)
Tusk (1.30pm)
Part Hardly (12.30pm)

Tags: Loyle Carner, Miamigo, Rat Boy, News, Festivals

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