- The inner-city one-dayer will run on June 13th, hosting six arenas and 5,000 people.
The debut edition of Made In Leeds Festival will take place on Saturday, June 13th, at The Tetley.
Billed as the city's "first city-centre dance music festival," the 11-hour event will feature six arenas, 47 acts and space for 5,000 punters. Several of Leeds's biggest clubbing brands have been brought onboard, with The Warehouse, Back To Basics, 20:20 Vision and Insomnia all hosting stages. Steve Lawler will headline the main stage, with support from Justin Robertson and Miguel Campbell. Claude VonStroke, Denney and wAFF are repping for Basics, while Ralph Lawson oversees the 20:20 VIP area. Laura Jones, Gez Varley (formerly of LFO) and Tough Love will also feature across the day. Doors open at midday.
For the lineup in full, head to the Made In Leeds's /event.aspx?712587>RA event page. Watch a teaser video below.