A total of 80 artists have been added to the annual new music festival, which takes place across multiple venues around Leeds on Saturday 4 May.
Indoor Pets said: “Leeds is one of the best towns in the world for live music and it’s always a pleasure to be in the vicinity of some proper tough northern bouncing crowds. I’ll brew the Yorkshire Tea, you just get yourselves limbered up.”
Ross Leighton of Fatherson said: “We’re really excited to be coming back to Live at Leeds this year. We had a great time in Leeds on our last tour and have been itching to get back since.”
Sam Fender returns to the festival a year after he appeared on The Independent stage as One to Watch. He was named as the Brits Critics’ Choice Winner 2019 last December.
The Independent will once again host a stage at the festival – stay tuned for more announcements over the coming weeks.
Tickets for Live at Leeds are on sale now.
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