Friendly Fires, Interpol, Pete Doherty also set to play today (August 26)
Muse are set to headline Leeds Festival for the second time in their career tonight (August 26) as the first day of music gets underway at Bramham Park.
The band last headlined the event in 2006, and will play a special performance in which they play their 2001 second album ‘Origin Of Symmetry’ from start to finish.
Elbow are also set to play the event tonight, appearing right before Muse on the Main Stage. They last performed at the event in 2005.
The Streets will also play their last show at the festival, headlining the NME/Radio 1 Stage, topping a bill that includes Warpaint, Death From Above 1979 and Panic! At The Disco.
Pete Doherty is set to perform, headlining the event’s Festival Republic Stage, his first major gig since he was released from prison earlier this summer.
Other acts set to perform at the festival today include Interpol, Friendly Fires, Enter Shikari and The View.
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