Wild Beasts, Blood Red Shoes to play Leeds Festival

Dance To The Radio set to kicks things off ahead of the official action

Wild Beasts, Blood Red Shoes to play Leeds Festival
Blood Red Shoes and Wild Beasts are set to play at the Leeds Festival on the day before the first official day of billed musical action (August 27).

The bands, along with Holy State, Airship and Bear Hands, will play Thursday slots on the Dance To The Radio stage at the event.

Meanwhile, the line-up of the Alternative Stage at the festival, featuring musicians, speakers and comedians, has recently been announced.

Also, it was recently announced that in a competition NME.COM and Instigate Debate are giving away two pairs of VIP tickets – one for the Leeds Festival and one for the Reading leg – and a spot on an Instigate Debate panel at the bashes.

The Reading And Leeds Festivals take place on August 28-30, and will be headlined by Arctic Monkeys, Radiohead and Kings Of Leon.

See the NME.COM Reading And Leeds Festivals line-up story to see who else is playing.

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