Leeds Festival will return to Bramham Park on Friday 25 - Sunday 27 August in 2017.

The annual music event is a staple in the UK festival calendar boasting some of the biggest acts in the world with previous headliners including Metallica, Arctic Monkeys and Foo Fighters.

Tickets for the festival have been released and more than 80,000 are expected to descend on Bramham Park on Bank Holiday weekend for three days of live music.

Rocky heavyweights Muse are the only confirmed headliners so far, in a UK festival exclusive, whilst the rumour mill is fully underway over who will be joining them.

Muse have said: "We’re very excited to be playing Reading and Leeds again. More news about our plans for 2017 coming in the new year."

How many days until Leeds Festival 2017?

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The stages and days the artists are performing on will be announced nearer to the festival but find out everything we know so far about Leeds Festival 2017 below:

Who's headlining?

Muse have been confirmed as the first headliners for Leeds Festival

The only confirmed headliners are Muse who boast seven albums across a 22 year career, so you can expect a stellar setlist from the rock group.

It will be their third time headlining after previously playing the spot in 2006 and 2011.

Meanwhile a number of big acts are rumoured to be headlining alongside Muse including Kasabian and Eminem who have both headlined before and The Stone Roses who recently announced two Leeds Arena shows.

Who else is playing?

Glass Animals have joined the Leeds Festival 2017 line-up

Other confirmed artists include Bastille, Major Lazer and Glass Animals as well as Against the Current, Danny Brown, Architects, While She Sleeps, Tory Lanez, At the Drive-In and Andy C.

You can expect an extensive full line-up to revealed early next year.

Where can I buy tickets?

Weekend tickets and early bird passes are available from Ticketmaster.

Whilst an installment plan is also available with initial payment of £50 plus booking fee. This allows you to pay for your ticket in four installments if you can't pay outright.

How much are tickets?

Weekend tickets: £205, plus booking fee

Early bird pass: £20, no booking fee

Campervan permit: £75, no booking fee

Seat of luxury pass: £35, no booking fee

Lockers: £20, no booking fee

Car park: £10, no booking fee

Christmas gift certificate

You can also purchase a festival ticket as a Christmas gift if you're looking for an alternative present to give this year.

The downloadable gift certificate can be bought from the Leeds Festival site and is ideal to pop into a stocking for Christmas.

How to get there?

If you want to get organised you can also secure you coach travel with official partners Big Green Coach who pick up from 39 locations.

Find out more info, including prices and your nearest pick up spot on the Big Green Coach site.