Magic Numbers and Badly Drawn Boy headline the Leeds "Across The Tracks" Festival this weekend - Across The Tracks Festival
This weekend sees the arrival of a brand new City Centre Music Festival for Leeds.
Brought to you by the team behind Leeds venues The Hi Fi Club,Wire and The Faversham "Across The Tracks" takes place on Saturday the 29th and Sunday the 30th of July at The Granary Wharf in Leeds City Centre,5 minutes from Leeds train station.
The site incorporates the outside area alongside the Leeds - Liverpool canal along with a portion of the Dark Arches and Blank Canvas venues.
Saturday sees a headline set on the outdoor stage from Festival favourites - The Magic Numbers alongside many other acts including British Sea Power,Jose Gonzales and new chart favourite - Paolo Nutini.
Dublin band -The Chalets are the first act on the bill,taking the stage at 12.30pm.They are one of the most entertaining bands around so it's advisable to come early.
Cobblestone Jazz headline the Under The Arches indoor stage with Simian Mobile Disco,Giles Peterson,The Research and iLiKETRAiNS amongst some of the acts also sharing the bill.
Dance music is catered for at the Asylum And Technique DJ Arena, where the likes of Guido Schneider,Konrad Black and Chicken Lips can be found.
Sunday's outdoor stage headline act is Badly Drawn Boy.
Stephen Fretwell ,Roy Ayers,King Creosote and the James Taylor Quartet help to bring a slightly more laid back feel to the proceedings.
Mr Scruff is top of the bill at Underneath The Arches on the Sunday.
Jamie Lidell,DJ Format,Crazy P Live and Rodney P & Skitz will also be there,as part of a more dance orientated lineup.
James Lavelle,James Holroyd,Buckley,Tristan Da Cunha and Dave Beer can all be found at the Back To Basics Arena adding to the beats.
A full line up for both days can be found at the Across The Tracks official website.
Tickets are priced at £30 + booking fee per day and can be purchased from the ticket hotline on 0870 803 0871 or from outlets featured on the official site.
Last updated: 19/04/2018 04:52:06