Over 70 new names added including Dave, King Princess, Dillon Francis and more!
If you thought this year’s festival couldn’t get even bigger and better – you were wrong! All these names join your previously announced headliners The 1975, Post Malone, Twenty One Pilots and Foo Fighters.
If you’ve already bought tickets to Leeds 2019, you just got even more bands for your buck. If you were still pondering thinking about snapping them up, this is going to make you click the tickets button, pronto.
He’s about to take over the rap-world with the release of his debut album, ‘Psychodrama’, Dave will be your Saturday night headliner on the BBC Radio 1 Stage.
Counterfeit, fronted by Jamie Campbell Bower will be making a triumphant return to Leeds Festival, we’ve only just recovered from last time to be honest. They’ll be smashing us all in the face with their high-octane riffs and punk rock anthems. Feel like you need some more emo powerhouse in your life? Mayday Parade and Milk Teeth are also added to the bill.
On the BBC Radio 1 Stage, Machine Gun Kelly is taking time out from his Netflix bipoc to blast out his hits ‘Rap Devil’ and ‘Bad Things’. If that’s not your bag, Sea Girls bring their refreshing guitar pop sound, the perfect recipe for holding your hands high in the air while you’re yelling back the lyrics. If that’s not enough, one of the hottest names on the planet right now, King Princess, comes to cause glorious havoc.
DJ Dillon Francis will bring his blend of uplifting melodies and potent dancefloor beats to the BBC Radio 1 Stage this summer, with Dimension also delivering a captivating set of electronic ground-shakers.
Headlining The Pit Stage is American rapper, Ghostemane. Famed for being an innovator of the fusion between rap and metal, he marries raspy black metal textures with juddering industrial low-end frantic hardcore howling. Elsewhere on The Pit Stage across the weekend expect to hear huge hits from Of Mice & Men, Pip, Blood Youth, Hot Milk, Fidlar and more.
We’d be here all day if we spoke about all the brand new names added, so check out the poster below with your full line up so far.
Liking what you see? You better crack on and buy your tickets then, these aren’t going to hang around forever.