Leeds Festival 2021 will take place on August 27-29. The Joy Formidable’s loud and offbeat upbeat pop was a lot of fun, despite Ritzy’s smug mum outfit (although smashing her guitar made up for that), and Tahita from New Young Pony Club and their infectious synthpop actually know the secret to making an audience have an incredibly good time.The boys can still rock too though – The Drums (still as vibrant and toe-tapping as ever), Delphic (just that little bit darker, and a little bit more anthemic), and Enter Shikari (providing their brand of lightshownoise) were all huge crowd pleasers.
How many have you spent with us? From punk and metal, through rock, alternative and indie to dance and nu rave, Leeds offers 70,000 music fans a chance to see hot new acts, and local bands beside big established ones, plus the odd exclusive performance. Leeds Festival 2010.
Or the party-intent Sunshine Underground, blinding Atari Teenage Riot, and safety & crowd–control worriers Pulled Apart by Horses were all more than happy to make your ears sit up and pay attention thanks very much. And I’m a girl and don’t have any of those.So if you didn’t come away from Leeds festival loving a band you’d not heard before, you probably spent too much time in the bar wishing it was 2001.
Egyptian Hip Hop’s lovely twangs were occasionally reminiscent of Duran Duran, Blood Red Shoes have brilliant yell-along tunes you can dance about to, and to close, much to the delight of every straight male at the festival, Marina (and the Diamonds) packed out the tent with her fabulously kooky, super catchy pop songs.Last on our stage list was the schizophrenic Lock Up / Dance tent.
If you’ve got any memories – share them here firstname.lastname@example.org. We were treated to a fiercely intense set from the practically psychotic Trash Talk, Random Hand who never fail to make ska sound menacing, and a (very badly kept-) secret gig from the brilliant testosterone-fuelled Gallows – while HEALTH’s tribal-like drumming, primal vocals and scintillating FX pedals totally grabbed us by the bollocks. Leeds Festival 2010 Leeds Festival. LEEDS FESTIVAL THROUGH THE YEARS Supported By: Carlsberg Somersby Coop Barclaycard Pepsi Max Uber Nordic Spirit Find us on facebook Follow us on Instagram Follow … It’s clear that Leeds Festival and the BBC Raw Talent shows in Hull and Sheffield, along with local promoters Futuresound and Leeds indie label Dance to the Radio have worked their little bottoms off to make sure they’ve found bands that really deserve to be there.
Reading And Leeds 2010 … When you’ve got all this to get stuck into, how much do you really need to see Limp Bizkit?So in this spirit, our first stop is at the BBC Introducing stage, cunningly plonked so you have to walk past it wherever you want to get to, it’s an open air stage (with a canopy, packa-mac forgetters, not that the weather was unkind at Leeds this year) so it’ll easily grab your attention if you’re walking past. An incredible year and an incredible line up. In 2002, Rose kept fans waiting for nearly three hours before showing up for Guns N’ Roses’ notorious Leeds Festival performance that year. Reading and Leeds Festival 2010: Dizzee Rascal Contains very strong language. I wasn’t the only one to have turned up here to watch, listen and discover though. Arcade Fire - The Suburbs - Main Stage — Reading and Leeds Festival, 2010, Arcade Fire and Pendulum Canadian indie giants make a triumphant return to the UK to headline Reading Festival.
The dates for Leeds Festival 2010 are confirmed as on the bank holiday weekend, from Friday 27th to Sunday 29th August at … But special mention has to go to Mercury-nominated Foals with their stark, breathtaking electro art-rock, and Wild Beasts’ looping, soaring, perfectly crafted raunch-pop – it’s clear to see why they were both up for this accolade.The Festival Republic Stage this year was intensely eclectic. Bands you’ve heard ad infinitum on the radio but you’ve no idea what they’re called. It’s disrespectful to all the people who’ve bought tickets. To receive future Reading Festival announcements, updates, artist content and more, sign up to the I think the guy is a joke and I think his band is a joke.’,Meanwhile, Win Butler – vocalist with Arcade Fire – opened his band’s headlining slot at Reading on Saturday with the quip: ‘We’re very happy to be here. Well they got it – from Blacklisters’ gumbleedingly intense hardcore and The G.A.N.G.’s heartfelt electrohop life & love songs, to Penguin’s perfect and loveable indiepop. Weezer blew everyone away, Klaxons played to a packed tent and Bad Religion showed everyone how it should be done.