One wristband grants you access to all the new music you want across Leeds. It's like a sort of 'all you can eat' except you can't eat as much as you want. But you can 'listen' to as much as you want – 'all you can hear' doesn't have the same kind of ring to it though.
Live at Leeds is famous for showcasing new talent before the mainstream cottons on. They've held intimate gigs with Mumford and Sons, Ed Sheeran and George Ezra in the days prior to the millions and the sell-out shows.
Basically, if you want to look cool in front of your mates (or on Twitter and Facebook), then head to Live at Leeds and then incessantly bang on about your new favourite band for a year before denouncing them the second they hit the mainstream.
Or you could just go and listen to some music and not bother what everyone else thinks. That's probably the best option.
Erm, find out where the venues are before heading out (or getting pissed) to avoid any clashes. You might be missing the next big thing as you blindly wander about in a drunken stupor in between sets.
Full lineup here.
How do I get there?
The festival is held in various venues around the city. It would take us ages to list directions to every place. Think how long we'd be here. Think how long YOU'D be here. It's a waste of time for everyone.
You can do this one on your own – we trust you.
Wristband – £32.50
When can I get them?
Tickets on sale now
Where can I get them?
Tickets are available via Lunatickets.