September 13, 2010 9:18

Liars, Broken Social Scene, Four Tet for new Leeds festival

Acts announced for Constellations Festival this November

Liars, Broken Social Scene, Four Tet for new Leeds festival
Liars, Broken Social Scene, Los Campesinos! and Local Natives are all set to play a new British music event.

The acts, joined by the likes of Esben And The Witch, The Vaccines and Four Tet will perform at the Constellations Festival at Leeds University on November 14.

The full line-up so far is:

Broken Social Scene
Four Tet
Los Campesinos!
Les Savy Fav
Local Natives
Esben & The Witch
Gold Panada
Honour Before Glory
Dam Mantle
The Vaccines
Cloud Nothings
The Runaround Kids

A warm-up event headlined by BEAK> takes place the day beforehand (13) at The Brudenell Social Club.

See for details.

To check the availability of Constellations Festival tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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