Live at Leeds: The latest bands have been revealed for 2017

Rag'n'Bone Man is one of over 70 new additions to the festival lineup, which is now 109 performers strong


Over seventy artists have just been added to the lineup for Live at Leeds 2017, including this year’s breakthrough star Rag’n’Bone Man.

Rag’n’Bone Man joins the previously announced Slaves as a marquee headliner for the city-wide event on 29 April.

Nothing But Thieves, Gabrielle Aplin and DMA’s are some of the other artists to just be announced for 2017.

Honeyblood, The Hunna, Clean Cut Kid and Temples are also part of the second major wave of announcements.

The new names bring the official count for 2017 to a whopping 109 performers.

Get Inuit at Plug in Sheffield
Get Inuit, pictured here in Sheffield in October, will return to Yorkshire for Live at Leeds. Photo: Katy Blackwood

Live at Leeds mostly focuses beyond the headliners on new bands, and there’s plenty of those on this year’s schedule as well.

Sprawled across the city’s venues will be Brighton’s Dream Wife, Kent’s Get Inuit, and hotly-tipped acts including Jordan Allen, Fickle Friends and King Nun.

Eat Fast, Lewis Watson, Jake Isaac and Pale Waves also joined a stacked lineup.

NEW LIVE AT LEEDS ARTISTS!!! We’re delighted to announce 70+ further bands to Live at Leeds Festival 2017 on Saturday…

Gepostet von Live at Leeds am Dienstag, 31. Januar 2017


White Lies, Wild Beasts, Jagwar Ma, Black Honey and Superfood have all previously been confirmed.

Tickets for Live at Leeds 2017 are priced at £32.50 and on-sale now.

The 2016 event, which featured Mystery Jets, Corinne Bailey Rae and Blossoms, sold out in advance.

The full A-Z lineup for Live at Leeds 2017 so far:

  • Adian Coker
  • Áine Cahill
  • The Amazons
  • Anna Straker
  • Artificial Pleasure
  • Atlas Wynd
  • Bad Nerves
  • Bad Sounds
  • Banfi
  • The Bay Rays
  • Be Charlotte
  • The Big Moon
  • Black Honey
  • Blackwaters
  • Brian Deady
  • Bryde
  • Carys Selvey
  • Chest Pains
  • Chinah
  • Clean Cut Kid
  • Club Drive
  • Colouring
  • Connie Constance
  • Dead Naked Hippies
  • DMA’s
  • Dream Wife
  • Easy Life
  • Eat Fast
  • Fangclub
  • Faux Pas
  • Fazerdaze
  • Fickle Friends
  • FISH
  • Flamingods
  • Fling
  • Freak
  • Furr
  • Gabrielle Aplin
  • The Gallery
  • Get Inuit
  • The Golden Age Of TV
  • Gurr
  • Heir
  • Honeyblood
  • Howl
  • The Hunna
  • Husky Loops
  • Ider
  • Idles
  • Indigo Husk
  • Jade Bird
  • Jagwar Ma
  • Jake Isaac
  • Jaws
  • Jordan Allen
  • Jordan Mackampa
  • Joy Crookes
  • Judas
  • King Nun
  • Kllo
  • Kojey Radical
  • Kovic
  • Kyko
  • Lamia
  • Laurel
  • Lea Porcelain
  • Let’s Eat Grandma
  • Lewis Watson
  • Life
  • Luxury Death
  • The Magic Gang
  • Marsicans
  • MarthaGunn
  • Matt Maltese
  • The Moonlandingz
  • The Night Cafe
  • Nilüfer Yanya
  • Nothing But Thieves
  • Off Bloom
  • The Opera Comic
  • The Orielles
  • Otzeki
  • Pale Waves
  • The Pale White
  • Paris Youth Foundation
  • The Pigeon Detectives
  • Plastic Mermaids
  • Puma Blue
  • Rag’n’Bone Man
  • Rory Wynne
  • She Drew The Gun
  • Slaves
  • Superfood
  • Team Picture
  • Teleman
  • Temples
  • Ten Tonnes
  • Tender
  • The Tiny Minds
  • Tom Grennan
  • Tom Walker
  • Treeboy and Arc
  • Trudy and the Romance
  • White Kite
  • White Lies
  • Wild Beasts
  • Xamvolo
  • Yellow Days
Katy Blackwood
Katy Blackwood is the Editor of FEISTY. She's been a self-confessed music geek, stan and encyclopedia since her childhood, loving both new and older sounds alike. Katy started out as a contributor to various magazines before founding FEISTY as an independent, female-led platform for new music.

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