Everything Everything, Peace and AlunaGeorge to play Live At Leeds festival

The Vaccines will also play Leeds as part of the three-day festival

Everything Everything, Peace and AlunaGeorge to play Live At Leeds festival

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Everything Everything, Peace and AlunaGeorge have all been confirmed for this summer's Live At Leeds festival.

Tribes, Rudimental and King Krule will also deliver sets at the three-day bash, which takes place at various venues across Leeds city centre from May 3-5. They join The Vaccines, who have already announced an outdoor show at the city's Millennium Square on May 5 as part of the festival.

Other acts just announced include The Pigeon Detectives, Theme Park, Darwin Deez, The Neighbourhood, Arlissa, Jagwar Ma, Laura Mvula, The Staves and Blackeye.

Live At Leeds festival is now in its seventh year and aims to feature a mix of local talent and nationally-known names. Further acts are still to be announced.

General admission tickets for the Saturday (May 4) of this year's Live At Leeds festival, which includes sets by Everything Everything, Peace and Aluna George, are on sale now priced at £22.50.

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

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