Is Leeds Festival live?

The festival is also watched and listened to live online by a large audience, with radio coverage now supplemented by live streaming by the BBC, which has been the main event broadcaster and one of its main supporters for many years now.

Is Leeds Festival Open?

TIMES OF OPENING The festival is open to the public from Wednesday 25th August to Monday 30th August 2021 with the main entertainment taking place on Friday 27th August, Saturday 28th August and Sunday 29th August 2021.

Is Leeds Fest still on 2020?

Coronavirus Update At this time, Leeds Festival is still going ahead as planned.

Is Leeds Festival 2021 Cancelled?

Reading and Leeds Festival: 27-29 August 2021- CONFIRMED The twin festivals, which take place on August Bank Holiday, took to Twitter to write: “Following the government’s recent announcement, we can’t wait to get back to the fields this summer Party popper LET’S GO Clinking beer mugs #RandL21”.

Is Leeds Festival 2021 televised?

The main broadcast this year will be from Stormzy on at Leeds on Saturday, screening live on BBC Four at 10pm. But most of the coverage this year is provided via the live stream options on the BBC website and iPlayer.

Can I sleep in my car at Leeds Fest?

No vehicles are to be parked in the fire lanes at any time. The designated campervan/caravan area of the site is the only place where ticket holders can sleep in vehicles. We do not permit sleeping in cars and security will ask you to leave the car park.

Is Leeds Fest 2021 Cancelled?

Is Leeds Fest on TV?

As usual, the festival will be streamed across various BBC stations throughout the weekend. Radio 1 and Radio 1Xtra will be broadcasting live from the festival, with interviews and performances from the artists available to tune in to across the three days. Take a look at the radio schedule here.

Has Leeds Fest 2021 been Cancelled?

Who is headlining Leeds Festival 2021?

With headline sets on Main Stage East from Stormzy, Post Malone, Liam Gallagher. And the new Main Stage East headliners Catfish and the Bottleman, Disclosure and Biffy Clyro. This was a weekend that will go down in history as one of the hottest and best Leeds Festivals yet.