The UK rock giant
Leeds Festival is a huge UK rock music festival, showcasing the very best in rock music alongside a diverse lineup that spans from house and techno to grime, drum and bass and more.
Sibling to Reading Festival, the pair have become two of the country's most famous music festivals, establishing themselves as a rite of passage for young festival-goers.
Leeds Festival's history reads like a who's who of rock royalty, with icons such as Arctic Monkeys, The Strokes, Muse and Foo Fighters have all played the festival since its inception back in 1999.
But as mentioned, it isn't all about rock at Leeds Festival. The past decade has seen the festival look beyond the heavy guitar riffs, now embracing and welcoming artists from across the genre spectrum, while its side-programme of comedy and film screenings continue to impress.
With that in mind, it's little wonder Leeds Festival remains at the forefront of the UK music scene.
Bramham Park is the quintessential British festival site. With endless space and huge arenas throughout, it is an ode to the major names that the festival attracts year on year.
Bramham Park, Leeds, LS23 6LS, United Kingdom
The nearest airport is Leeds/Bradford International Airport (LBA). From here you can take a bus (number 757) to the city centre (30 minutes).
Leeds is well connected to all major cities via train.
Manchester - Leeds (51 minutes)
Newcastle - Leeds (1 hour 26 minutes)
Liverpool - Leeds (1 hour 35 minutes)
London - Leeds (2 hours 10 minutes)
Edinburgh - Leeds (3 hours)
Bristol - Leeds (3 hours 32 minutes)
Glasgow - Leeds (4 hours 44 minutes)
The festival will be operating shuttle services from a layby (Eastgate) just around the corner from Leeds Station and near to the bus & coach station on St. Peter Street.
For those driving, there will be clear signposts to the various car parks or drop-off points as you approach the festival site. Parking tickets cost £10 in advance, and £20 on the gate.
There are no age restrictions at the festival, however those under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
Those under 12 are able to enter for free.
All reasonable attempts are made by the festival to reunite lost items with their owners. After 6 weeks, unclaimed items will be donated to charity (or in the case of passports, bank cards and driving licences, returned to their respective bank or passport/DVLA office).
For site bars and for purchasing cigarettes, there is a 'Challenge 21' policy - This means that if you look under 21 you may be asked for ID. The following are accepted forms of ID:
- A passport
- An EU photocard driving licence
- A proof of age card bearing a PASS hologram
- A Ministry of Defence identity card
- A National Identity card issued by an EU member state
There are several bars in the arena, operating on a cash-only basis.
Only food for personal consumption and water/soft drinks in sealed bottles 500ml and under may be brought into the arena.
There are a number of cash points dotted throughout the arena. Please check the festival maps onsite for their location. They charge a small fee for services.
Yes, there will be lockers available to hire. Lockers need to be purchased in advance.
All lockers have USB ports for phone charging, but have only one charging device per locker. Please remember to bring your own USB cable.
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