Leeds Festival, the annual music event will return to Bramham Park this Bank Holiday Weekend.
The event headlined by Biffy Clyro, Foals and Red Hot Chilli Peppers will see thousands of music fans gather again for four days of music.
If you like the sound of the line up and you’ve not got any plans this weekend then you can still buy last minute tickets to Leeds Festival - both day or weekend passes.
The event has become a staple in the festival music calendar over the last decade, still remaining as popular as ever despite the rise in the number of festivals.
So don’t miss out on the colossal long weekend of live music which will go on until the early hours.
Here’s everything you need to know about Leeds Fest, including the line up, how to get there and where to get last minute tickets:
When is it?
It starts on Thursday 25 August - Sunday 28 August but the main headliners such as The 1975 and Biffy Clyro kick off on the Friday.
How much are tickets?
With the festival just days away it’s likely most people will be looking for last minute day tickets which are priced at £66.50 here .
Weekend camping tickets are priced at £213.00 here if you fancy getting all your camping stuff together and spending your bank holiday weekend at the music festival.
Who’s on the line up?
The first day will see grime stars Kano, Big Narstie play the Radio 1 Xtra stage or you can throwback to the pop punk era with Good Charlotte and Fall Out Boy. Plus there will be sets from some of the coolest bands of the moment The 1975 and Savages as well as The Vaccines, American rapper A$AP Rocky, The Wombats and a headline set from Biffy Clyro.
Plus at 5:35 there will be a tribute to Warrington band, Viola Beach, who tragically died in a car accident in Sweden earlier this year.
A statement on their official website read: "We will be dedicating a moment on the Main Stage to the 'boys that sing', whose lives were tragically cut short. Join us in celebrating their memory at Leeds on Friday at 17:35 and Sunday 18:05 at Reading."
Featuring the likes of Jack U, Fetty Wap, Hinds, Twenty One Pilots, AlunaGeorge, Lion Babe, Wiley, Maximo Park and Lady Leshurr there really is something for everyone on the second day of the festival.
The main stage is jam packed with sets from Boy Better Know, Chvrches, Disclosure and closed by rock giants Foals.
The final night of music will be headlined by Red Hot Chilli Peppers with main stage support from Imagine Dragons and Slaves.
Across the day American hip hop star Nas and Irish indie rock group Two Door Cinema Club return to play Radio 1/NME stage. Plus dance acts Sigma and Duke Dumont will play their big hits as well as rising stars Lapsley and The Hunna.
How do I get there?
You can get their via train as Transpennine Express is there official partner offering 20% off train tickets to festival goers.
All you have to do is book your ticket to York or Leeds and get one of the shuttle buses then travelling into Bramham Park which is included in the price.
16-25 railcards can be used with the offer and flexible tickets mean you can travel back within five days - so you’re not stuck to getting an early train after a heavy weekend.
You can book these tickets on the Transpennine website here.
Big Green Coach is the official coach partner of the festival travelling from 27 locations.
Coach travel to Leeds Festival from: Birkenhead, Birmingham, Blackpool, Carlisle, Chester, Chesterfield, Coventry, Derby, Doncaster, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Grimsby, Hull, Leicester, Liverpool, Llandudno, London (Victoria Coach Station), Manchester, Middlesbrough, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Nottingham, Preston, Rhyl, Scunthorpe, Sheffield, Stafford, Stockport, Stoke-on-Trent, Sunderland, Warrington, Wigan and York.
You can book the coach from a limited number of destinations if you’re just travelling for the day.
Book your Big Green Coach tickets on the website here.