The band double their fun in Leeds after selling out the first show...

Embrace are to play a second massive open air show in LEEDS.

As previously reported, the band will play their biggest ever headlining show to date in Leeds city centre on May 28.

The event, held at Millennium Square, has been named ‘A Glorious Day’. and will start at 4.30pm.


Now, a second date has been added for the day after (May 29) after the first show sold out.

Singer Danny McNamara said: “We’ve always wanted to put on a big open air gig in Leeds but we’ve never really been in a position to do it before. We want to make it a really special day and one to remember for our fans.”

Tickets, priced £20, are on sale now. For availability, [url=]click here or call the NME Ticketline on 0870 1 663 663.


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