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Leeds Festival 2014 tickets
Updated: 17 June 2014

When: 22 - 24 August 2014
Where: Leeds
Who: Blink-182 and Arctic Monkeys to headline with co-headliners Queens Of The Stone Age and Paramore

Leeds Festival returns for the 2014 August bank holiday weekend. Every year Leeds Festival and its twin-site in Reading (click here for Reading Festival tickets) impress with the best and biggest festival line-ups.

This year Leeds Festival will be headlined by Blink-182 on Friday 22 August while Queens Of The Stone Age and Paramore will team up for a co-headline spot on Saturday 23 August. Arctic Monkeys will close Leeds Festival 2014 on Sunday 24 August.

Reading and Leeds Festival Line-up 2014

Main Stage
Blink-182, Arctic Monkeys, Queens of the Stone Age, Paramore, Vampire Weekend, Enter Shikari, Jimmy Eat World, Deaf Havana, Hacktivist, Jake Bugg, Imagine Dragons, Foster The People, The Hives, Peace, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, You Me At Six, A Day To Remember, Sleeping With Sirens

NME / BBC Radio 1 Sage
Courteeners, Bombay Bicycle Club, Disclosure (live), SBTRKT, Chvrches, The 1975, Warpaint, Die Antwood, Metronomy, Warpaint, Die Antwood, Temples, Don Broco, Clean Bandit, Drenge, Cage The Elephant, Jungle, plus special guest Nero Live

BBC Radio 1 Dance Stage
Netsky Live!, Pendulum DJ Set, Flume

Plus more great acts

Leeds Festival Location

Every year, Leeds Festival is held at Bramham Park, West Yorkshire.

Leeds Festival Transport

The festival is well served by various transport links. It’s close to the A1, M1 or A1 (M) whether you are travelling from the South, North, East or West. The venue is well served by taxis and buses and a regular shuttle bus takes festival goers from just outside the Leeds City train station (other stops include the Bus Station).

Leeds Festival History

Leeds Festival forms part of the Leeds and Reading Festival which takes place at Bramham Park, Leeds. The origins of the festivals’ roots came from Reading Festival which began life as a jazz festival and was founded by Harold Pendleton in 1961.

The original location for the Leeds Festival was at Temple Newsam, Leeds in 1999, but was moved to the Bramham Park in 2003.

Below is a list of notable headline acts since 1961:

1963: The Rolling Stones, Long John Baldry, Muddy Waters
1969: Pink Floyd, The Who, The Nice
1994: Cypress Hill, Primal Scream, Red Hot Chili Peppers
1995: Smashing Pumpkins, Björk, Neil Young
1996: The Prodigy, Black Grape, The Stone Roses
1997: Suede, Manic Street Preachers, Metallica
1998: Jimmy Page & Robert Plant, Beastie Boys, Garbage
1999: The Charlatans, Blur, Red Hot Chili Peppers
2000: Oasis, Pulp, Stereophonics
2001: Travis, Manic Street Preachers, Eminem
2002: The Strokes, Foo Fighters, Guns N' Roses (Leeds only), The Prodigy
2003: Linkin Park, Blur, Metallica
2004: The Darkness, The White Stripes, Green Day
2005: Pixies, Foo Fighters, Iron Maiden
2006: Franz Ferdinand, Muse, Pearl Jam
2007: Razorlight, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Smashing Pumpkins
2008: Rage Against The Machine, The Killers, Metallica
2009: Kings of Leon, Arctic Monkeys, Radiohead
2010: Guns N' Roses, Arcade Fire, Blink-182
2011: My Chemical Romance, The Strokes, Pulp, Muse
2012: Kasabian, The Foo Fighters, The Cure
2013: Eminem, Alt-J, Sub Focus

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