Top 5 things to not miss at Leeds fest

Leeds Festival is the number one UK music festival taking place over the August bank holiday weekend, and this year it is bigger than ever with a lineup that will not disappoint. Carry on reading to find out our top picks for the event!

  1. Billie Eilish moved to the main stage

The 17 year old firecracker has been upgraded from the BBC Radio One Stage to the Main Stage for Leeds Festival 2019! She has not only taken over our radios and playlists she is also the youngest female artist to score a Number 1 in the UK. I think it’s only right she now takes on the main stage at the infamous festival. 

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  1. Silent disco 

Silent disco? Hell yeah there is! You’ll be able to find this years disco next to the Yellow Bubble campsite on Thursday, Friday and Sunday. But don’t worry if you’re a Day Ticket holder either, you can still access the party. 

Photo credit: Matt Eachus

  1. Pepsi Max Tower

The 2019 field is back with the one and only Pepsi Max Tower. The tower is a three storey experience with an open air rooftop allowing you to not miss those headliners you have been waiting all year to see. If that isn’t enough the tower will take you on a journey to the photo album light booth and recording studio GIF booth, giving you a chance to create your own GIFs to share to your social media, giving your friends at home real FOMO of the event. 

  1. Did someone say after party?!

The night isn’t over when the main stage lights go out. Leeds festival is welcoming back after dark with amazing DJs that will have you feeling the bass until the next morning. Headliners include Charlie Sloth, Solardo, Hannah Wants and CruCast. We’ll be there, will you?

  1. 20% off travel, who doesn’t love a good discount

We know festivals can be a bit pricey when you get in their so why not take full advantage of money off! Plus, the bus ticket is included in the price, so you can hop on a bus straight to Bramham Park from the station. Head over to or to find out more. Don’t say we don’t treat you.