Leeds Festival Guide 2016

Leeds Festival Guide 2016

Bramham Park, Leeds
26th August 2016
Festival Information
Leeds Festival 2016 kicks off on 28th August, with three days full of Hardcore, Rock, Indie, Punk & Metal, plus much more.

The popular Leeds festival is run by Festival Republic, along with the simultaneous and older Reading Festival. This well-known festival originated in 1999 when it became clear that the Reading site simply wasn't big enough to cater for the growing number of visitors each year! 

Despite this festival being known for it's solid roots in the rock music scene, there have also been many hip-hop artist performances throughout the years, as well as countless indie acts, making this festival one of the most universally appealing attractions around!

Leeds Festival is one of the world's biggest and most popular music festivals and attracts thousand of music lovers each year. Check out the line up to see why everyone wants to be at Leeds!
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Festival Information

Ticket Prices

Can't decide between a day ticket and a weekend ticket to Leeds Festival? Check out the ticket options below to see what suits you best:


- Weekend Ticket- £213


- Early Entry Pass- £20
- Secure Locker- £16
- Campervan Permit- £75
- PTL Seat of Luxury- £35


- Day Ticket- £66.50

Campsite Information

Whether you decide to pitch a tent, bring a caravan or campervan, there's a few things you'll need to know about staying at Leeds Festival:
- Leeds Festival offers the 'Seat Of Luxury', which entitles wristband holders to access luxury bathroom facilities, but if you don't feel like springing for posh loo roll, there are toilet blocks throughout the Arena and campsite areas and single-sex shower facilities in the Village. -
- The Campsite Assistance Team are on duty 24 hours a day to help you get the most out of your festival experience, look out for their turquoise tabards!
- The Welfare Tent is open 24 hours a day to provide assistance, advice and emergency accommodation, should you require it.  
- Lockers are available for pre-booking, so get organised and you won't have to worry about leaving your valuables unsecured in your tent!

For more information, visit the Official Leeds Festival Information guide.

Festival Line Up

Not sure who you want to catch at Leeds Festival? Check out the lineup and get planning!

Friday 26th August Saturday 27th August   Sunday 28th August

Main Stage Main Stage Main Stage

Biffy Clyro Foals  Red Hot Chili Peppers
Fall Out Boy Disclosure Imagine Dragons
The Vaccines Chvrches Courteneers
A$AP Rocky Boy Better Know  Eagles of Death Metal
Five Finger Death Punch Die Antwoord Slaves
Sleeping With Sirens Lower Than Atlantis Parkway Drive
Coheed and Cambria Nothing But Thieves Skindred
State Champs Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes- Sundara Karma

Frank Turner and The Sleeping Souls

NME/BBC Radio 1 Stage NME/BBC Radio 1 Stage NME/BBC Radio 1 Stage

The 1975 Jack Ü Two Door Cinema Club
The Wombats Twenty One Pilots Haim
Cage The Elephant Crystal Castles Nas
Savages Fetty Wap Jack Garratt
Rat Boy The Neighbourhood Sigma
Half Moon Run The Internet Krept & Conan
Tonight Alive Giggs Netsky
Spring King Mura Masa Blossoms
Basement Hinds Highly Suspect
Black Foxxes Hælos Sunset Sons

Radio 1 Dance Stage Radio 1 Dance Stage Radio 1 Dance Stage

DJ Ez Oliver Heldens Duke Dumont
David Rodigan Hannah Wants Disciples
Mistajam AlunaGeorge My Nu Leng B2B Oneman + Dread MC
Friction Philip George Riton
Jauz Danny L Harle Sophie
Fred V & Grafix Tkay Maidza Birdy Nam Nam
Redlight Lion Babe Lemaitre
Low Steppa 99 Souls Zac Samuel
Delta Heavy Hermitude Rag 'N' Bone Man
James Organ Draper The Japanese House

Festival Republic Stage Festival Republic Stage Festival Republic Stage

The Temper Trap Maxïmo Park Brian Fallon and The Crowes
Børns Pulled Apart By Horses Vant
DMA's Rationale The Hunna
Eagulls Luh Lany
Clean Cut Kid Blaenavon Seratones
Ezra Furman The Sherlocks Inheaven
The Magic Gang Lewis Del Mar Tuff Love
The Vryll Society Otherkin The Beach
Isaac Gracie Anteros Beach Baby
Tibet  Transviolet


Area 52

BBC Radio 1 Extra Stage BBC Radio 1 Extra Stage BBC Radio 1 Extra Stage

Kano G-Eazy Travi$ Scott
Yung Lean Protojé Section Boys
Hoodie Allen Little Simz Logic
Fekky Maverick Sabre DJ Semtex
Raleigh Ritchie Lady Leshurr Bugzy Malone
Yungen Geko Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals
Frannko Fraize K.Flay Metro Boomin

Clara Amfo

Lock Up Stage The Pit The Pit

Good Charlotte Asking Alexandria Mastodon
The King Blues Thrice The Dillinger Escape Plan
MGK Crossfaith Kvelertak
Modern Baseball Hacktivist Giraffe Tongue Orchestra
Roam Nothing More Milk Teeth
Beach Slang Citizen Heck
Waterparks Superheaven Dead!

Creeper Big Spring




It's not all about the music....

- Silent Area: A silent disco and a bit of peace and quiet, the perfect remedy to a day of screaming along to your favourite bands.
- Piccadilly Party with XFM: An unmissable late night party, featuring DJ sets from XFM's best and brightest stars.
- ActionAid Tent: Watch some quality entertainment and support a good cause in the process? Count us in!
- 5-A-Side Football: Pre-register before the festival to participate in daily football matches with other campers!
- Cinema: Screening short films and features to keep you entertained well into the night.
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