Wild Beasts to headline Leeds' Constellations Festival - ticket details

Yuck and The Antlers also set for November event

Wild Beasts to headline Leeds' Constellations Festival - ticket details

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Wild Beasts are to headline this year's Constellations Festival in Leeds.

The band, who released their third album 'Smother' last Monday (May 9), will top the bill at the event at Leeds University on November 12. Yuck and The Antlers are also confirmed to play the festival.

Constellations Festival saw performances from Sleigh Bells, Los Campesinos!, Broken Social Scene and Les Savy Fav in 2010, which was the first year it took place. For more information visit ConstellationsFestival.com.

Wild Beasts also announced a new UK tour last week, which will see them play 12 dates in November. They are also confirmed for a series of UK festivals this summer, including Glastonbury and the Isle Of Wight Festival.

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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