Spend the summer with The Cribs as they play a massive outdoor show in Leeds’ Millennium Square this July.
The Cribs Leeds concert
Updated: 23 March 2016
The Cribs head to Leeds for a huge outdoor concert in the city’s Millennium Square.
The outdoor concert will take place on 22 July and set to be a mini-festival with the likes of Thurston Moore, former Sonic Youth frontman, as well as local Leeds bands Pulled Apart By Horses and Menace Beach.
The Wakefield band’s show has been three years in the making and is set to be a brilliant summer’s night out. The Cribs last played in Leeds during March 2015 when they played an intimate gig at the Brudenell Social Club to launch their album For All My Sisters.
About The Cribs
The Cribs are an English three-piece indie band from Wakefield, consisting twins Gary and Ryan Jarman and their younger brother Ross Jarman. Their singles include You Were Always The One, What About Me, Another Number, Hey Scenesters! and ‘Mirror Kissers.
The group have released six studio albums: The Cribs (2004), The New Fellas (2005), Men’s Needs, Women’s Needs, Whatever (2007), Ignore The Ignorant (2009), In The Belly Of The Brazen Bull (2012) and For All My Sisters (2015).