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Final names announced for Live At Leeds: In The Park 2024

Final names announced for Live At Leeds: In The Park 2024

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Live At Leeds: In The Park is a key date in the summer festival calendar for indie enthusiasts and fans of new music. As one of the top emerging festivals in the country, it is guided by Live At Leeds’ tastemakers who showcase essential new names and pioneering favorites in alternative music for 2024. Renowned for its all-day festival vibe and high-energy celebrations, Live At Leeds: In The Park 2024 reaches new heights with today’s announcement of the final lineup additions.

Adding to an already impressive lineup is another must-see festival performance. Baxter Dury, known for his clever narratives on the affluent yet ethically questionable, weaves dry vocals and scandalous tales into sophisticated pop melodies with a hint of new wave influence. Whether delving into disco or dance music in recent works, like 2023’s “I Thought I Was Better Than You,” his distinct drawl and infectious tunes remain reliably engaging. Renowned as one of the most astute and inventive songsmiths of his era, from his early release “Len Parrot’s Memorial Lift” in 2002 to present, Dury promises a night of captivating eccentricity at Live at Leeds: In The Park 2024 that music enthusiasts should not miss.

Caity Baser, a rising star in the pop scene, is making waves at Live At Leeds: In The Park as one of the most buzzed-about breakthrough artists bound for international stardom. Known for her infectious, relatable storytelling packed with humor and charisma, she promises a larger-than-life showcase of her latest mixtape ‘Still Learning’—a show not to be missed that highlights her potential as a future superstar.

Fresh from a successful sold-out tour in late 2023, Baby Queen brings her confessional mastery of modern pop to Live At Leeds: In The Park. Having made a strong entrance into the music industry with EPs and captivating live performances, her debut album ‘Quarter Life Crisis’ quickly climbed to the Top 5 of the UK Albums Chart, solidifying her status as a new pop sensation.

Also gracing the stage is Billy Nomates, a dynamic force of raw energy from the Midlands. Her unique musical journey, marked by challenges and self-discovery, sets the stage for an electrifying performance this summer—a passionate display inviting audiences into a world of unfiltered emotion and bold self-expression.

Join the vibrant gathering at Temple Newsam this summer for Live At Leeds! Overpass continues their UK rise as indie singalongs take center stage. Courting’s eclectic tunes and humor from ‘New Last Name’ grace Live At Leeds: In The Park. Seb Lowe shines as a new voice in guitar music. Good Neighbours, Andrew Cushin, and Dylan John Thomas promise standout performances. Radio Free Alice and Beth McCarthy add to the festival’s allure. Experience a day of joyous music discovery across diverse stages for just £65.

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The latest lineup additions amplify the star-studded roster for Live At Leeds: In The Park, crafting the ultimate indie summer fest. Featuring headliners The Kooks and their anthemic tunes, along with Declan McKenna, The Cribs, Sea Girls, Future Islands, Circa Waves, White Lies, Melanie C, Corinne Bailey Ray, Mystery Jets, The Academic, Orla Gartland, Mysterines, Vistas, The Slow Readers Club, Sprints, and others, this festival promises a haven for fans seeking their next beloved musical gem.

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Festival Promoter Joe Hubbard expressed excitement about the final lineup for Live At Leeds: In The Park, highlighting the event’s imminent return to Temple Newsam with its most extensive and enjoyable roster yet. Ensuring inclusivity while embodying the essence of Live At Leeds has been a key focus, promising an amazing party this year. Suncream orders are in – looking forward to seeing you there!

Experience the immersive return of Live At Leeds: In The Park on Saturday, May 25th, marking the kickoff of festival season in style at Temple Newsam. This event is a must-attend for those seeking unforgettable festival moments, featuring top-tier acts from the alternative and indie scene. In 2023, Live At Leeds: In The Park showcased performances by Two Door Cinema Club, DMA’s, The Hives, The Lathums, Tom Walker, and many others across 5 stages, offering a diverse indie music experience spanning the globe.

Live At Leeds: In The Park complements the Live At Leeds event, a crucial occasion for live music enthusiasts and trendsetters. The revered city-centre showcase has been a launchpad for global stars like Ed Sheeran, Stormzy, The 1975, Lizzo, Royal Blood, Sam Fender, Sam Smith, and more. It consistently anticipates upcoming talent, serving as a hub for new music and setting the tone for future trends while honoring past performers who have left their mark on its stages.

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