Leeds Festival is one of Britain’s most well known and well loved festivals. It boasts an ever impressive and diverse line up, ranging all the way from punk and metal, through to rock, alternative, indie, dance, and electro.
About Leeds Festival
There are various camping choices (you do not have to ‘slum’ it)
Pink Moon Luxury Camping, Pod Pads accommodation and many more please see Leeds Fest
Campsites – open 2pm Wednesday 24th August for Early Entry Ticket holders only. For all Weekend ticket holders without early entry permits, the campsites open at 3am on Thursday 25th August.
The Arena also has cash points, water points, phone charging and meeting points and plenty of eating places.
Do remember to pack essentials - Tissues, hand sanitizer, baby wipes, and paracetamol, almost as important as the line up - they will make your life so much easier. Do not forget your wellies it is very muddy!
Helpful information about the Festival
No one will be able to camp without a Weekend Camping wristband. You will not be able to camp with a Day Wristband. No rogue camping will be tolerated. No under 16’s can camp unless they are accompanied by an adult over 18. There are a number of campsites but customers do not need to specify where they want to camp before they arrive at the festival.
Travelling to Leeds Festival:
Car: - if you are driving to Leeds Festival, please drive carefully. Remember that traffic will be heavy along the festival routes - so please drive safely and carefully. All routes to the festival are from the A1 or M1. Travel to the A1 or M1 whether from the north, south, east or west and follow the festival signs.
Train: - Book your train tickets in advance with First Trans Pennine Express and you could save over 50% at tpexpress.co.uk.
Bus: - there will be frequent shuttle buses running from Leeds City Railway Station and Leeds Coach Station to Bramham Park.
Where to stay in Leeds
If you are planning to visit the Carnival in London, choose from rental apartments, houses, flats, studios and B&B’s close to the venue. Check out our accommodation: -
Things to do near the Festival
There is so much to see and do in and around Leeds including: The Royal Armouries, Kirkstall Abbey, Temple Newson, Golden Acre Park, Thackray Medical Museum and many more. However for shoppers/ browers an absolute must is the Victorian quarter. The stained glass and varied architectural features are really impressive.
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