Live at Leeds 2018 announces first wave of acts ft. Circa Waves, The Horrors and Pale Waves

Some of our favourite emerging artists are set to perform live in 2018

Roisin O'Connor
Music Correspondent
Wednesday 29 November 2017 19:21
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Live At Leeds festival has announced the first bunch of artists set to perform at next year's event.

Among a host of recognisable names are a wealth of exciting new acts ready to take on 2018. Acts on the lineup so far include established rock bands Circa Waves, Peace, The Horrors and British Sea Power.

Fresher faces include Independent favourites Anteros, Blaenavon, Lewis Capaldi, Spring King, Billy Lockett, Stereo Honey and Freya Ridings.

Check out the full lineup (so far) below:

The Independent has partnered up again with Live At Leeds and will host its own stage at the event, which takes place on Saturday 5 May 2018.

For more information you can visit the Live At Leeds website and check out what happened at this year's festival.

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