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"Live At Leeds" wins national award

The team behind " Live at Leeds" , Futuresound Events is celebrating after winning a national UK Festival Award for Best Metropolitan Festival.

Live at Leeds festival

The star-studded ceremony last night at London’s Roundhouse was presented by Huey Morgan.

The Live at Leeds festival beat off competition from Sheffield's Tramlines, Slam Dunk, Liverpool Sound City, The Great Escape and The Whitby Goth Weekend to take the award.

“This is a fantastic way to round off 2014. Live at Leeds has been a huge challenge for us to put together over past 8 years but it is worth it when you get recognition from the industry like this and when you see bands we have hosted take off internationally.

"LAL is one of the most satisfying and rewarding things we do at Futuresound Events.

"Getting this Award is a credit to the hard work of the team at Live At Leeds and to all the people who have been involved over the years, particularly within the city.”

– Colin Oliver, Founder of Live at Leeds


Live at Leeds bands announced

The line-up for the Live in Leeds festival has been announced.

The May Bank Holiday event features two Brit nominees and five of the BBC Sound of 2013 shortlist.

First bands (alphabetically)


Live At Leeds - lineup coming soon

The line-up for one of the country's fastest growing music festivals is about to be announced in Leeds this evening.

It's the seventh year that 'Live at Leeds has been held in the city, with events taking place at numerous venues over the May Bank Holiday weekend (May 3rd to May 6th).

Previous acts to play at the festival have included Ed Sheeran, Mumford and Sons and last year's Mercury Music Prize-winning Alt-J.

The full list of bands performing this year will be revealed at The Wardrobe bar in Leeds tonight, but one of the biggest names has already been confirmed - and Calendar caught up with local lads the Pigeon Detectives to find out how they're looking forward to being a part of 'Live at Leeds 2013'.