If you’re heading out tonight, amongst all the festivals there are still gigs popping up over the city!
City Of Lights – The Library 360 Club, LS2 3AP
(C) City Of Lights
it’s been a busy run of gigs for City Of Lights since their Live at Leeds appearance back at the start of May. Tonight sees them perform at the 360 Club @ The Library, Hyde Park.
Guitar infused rock/pop and anthemic choruses. Having previously seen these guys allbeit briefly at Live at Leeds, this is a gig well worth checking out to kickstart your weekend antics.
Can’t make tonight?. They’re making an appearance at The Tramlines Festival on Sunday 27th July 2014.
All of these festivals make me happy. Okay, so, excited. It means the height of British Summertime has arrived.
We’re going up into North Yorkshire now.
The last one I’m featuring this weekend is;
The Deer Shed Festival – Baldersby ParkTopcliffe, Thirsk, YO7 3BZ
(C) Deer Shed Festival
Price? Due to popular demand only Tier 3 Adult tickets remain at £109.00 for the weekend
Headed up by the likes of Johnny Marr, British Sea Power and Stornoway; the music combined with the arts, family events and of course, the Science element of the festival really make this a unique one-of-a-kind weekend.
Music Line Up
Science Line Up
What more can you ask for?
Keeping on the South Yorkshire theme.
(c) Underneath the Stars Festival
Underneath the Stars Festival – Cannon Hall Farm, South Yorkshire
25th – 27th July 2014
Price? Weekend ticket – £99.00 Day tickets – Roughly £30.00 – £45.00 depending on the day and concession rates.
Cannon Hall Open Farm are hosting this family friendly food, music and arts festival with an expected crowd of 9,000 over the course of the weekend.
Kate Rusby, Richard Thompson and The Puppini Sisters are just a few of the artists headlining over the weekend. The full line up of everything happening can be found here;
I’m genuinely devastated I didn’t work this one into my ‘live music budget’ for the month…
Although not strictly ‘Leeds’, I guess we can stretch to cover the county for one post or so?
Head into South Yorkshire this weekend and you’ll find the following;
Tramlines Festival 2014 – Sheffield
(C) Tramlines Festival
Price? £28.00 for the weekend. £12 for a day ticket
Think of it as a Live at Leeds – in Sheffield. This festival hosts artists over the course of 3 days across the city. Highlights of the weekend include the likes of; Funeral For A Friend, Katy B, The Cribs and Annie Mac. You may also realise pretty quickly that a fair chunk of the artists that graced the stages of Live at Leeds this year are making an appearance
Actually the entire line up is ridiculously good so it’d be much easier simply to link you all to it:
I’m quite saddened I didn’t realise this was coming up as soon as this otherwise my tickets would have been booked with immediate effect. With the rare British sunshine due to stick around for some more days to come it’d be foolish to miss it
What are you waiting for? Go go go!