This article was published in 2010.

To complete a week of festival line up announcements, the full and final Live At Leeds 2010 line up was this week confirmed. And the organisers have released the event timetable and programme so that you can plan your day's venue-hopping well in advance.

Over 150 bands will be appearing at 17 venues in Leeds as part of the festivities on Saturday 1st May 2010 and tickets for the day-long city-wide event are still available for £15 from See Tickets. Tickets are exchangeable for wristbands prior to the event.

The full band list is ... wait for it ...

65daysofstatic; ABC Club; Afraid Like You; Apples; Bear Driver; Bear Mask; Benjamin Wetherill and the Trumpets of Death; Black Diamond Bay; Blacklisters; Bleech; Blood Crips; Blood Oranges; Blood Red Shoes; Blue Roses; British Sea Power; Broadcast Society; Castrovalva; Clifford Village Band; Clock Opera; Crystal Antlers; Darwin Deez; Deathretro; Doll and the Kicks; Dolphins; Duke Special; Ed Sheeran; Egyptian Hip Hop; Eliza Doolittle; Ellen and the Escapades; Erland and the Carnival; Esben and the Witch; Escort Knights; Eureka Machines; Everything Everything; Exit Calm; Exlovers; Fools Gold; Fran Rodgers; Frankie and The Heartstrings; Gaggle; Gallops; Gary Stewart; Glaciers; Gold Panda; Goldhawks; Goldheart Assembly; Hadouken!; Hail Animator; Heads We Dance; Holy State; Honour Before Glory; Hurts; I Concur; Insect Guide; Invasion; Is Tropical; Islet; Japanese Fighting Fish; Jesca Hoop; Johnny Foreigner; Juffage; Just Handshakes (We're British); Kassidy; Kid Adrift; Kill It Kid; La Shark; Leah Mason; Leodis; Lightspeed Champion; Little Black Hearts; Lone Wolf; Loops Haunt; Loose Talk Costs Lives; Lunar Youth; Lyrebirds; Machine Guns and Leather Jackets; Maggie8; Male Bonding; Mariachi el Bronx; Matthew Halsall; Matthew P; Mazes; Melodic, Melody and Me; Middleman; Milk White White Teeth; Mojo Fury; Morning Parade; Napoleon IIIrd; New Education; New Vinyl; Nic Dawson Kelly; North Atlantic Oscillation; Olfar & The Feral Pets; Paul Thomas Saunders; Philadelphia Grand Jury; Piskie Sits; Plank; Princeton; Remember The Hurricanes; Rent Boys; Robert George Saul and the Purgatory Players; Rolo Tomassi; Sam Airey; Scars on 45; Sennen; Shakinouts; Silverlode; Sketches; Sky Larkin; Solus Locus; Soul Circus; Sound of Guns; Spectrals; St Pierre; Stagecoach; Swanton Bombs; T3ETH; Talk To Angels; Tall Like Giants; Tall Ships; Telegraphs; The Acutes; The Agitator; The Bacchae; The Boy Who Trapped The Sun; The Bronx; The Brute Chorus; The Cheek; The Commune of Rochefourchat; The Crookes; The Drums; The Finnlys; The Good Natured; The Heebie Jeebies; The Hickey Underworld; The Horn The Hunt; The Invisible; The Jessie Rose Trip; The Neat; The Renaissance Dolls; The Ridings; The Spills; The Sunshine Underground; The Twilight Sad; The Ugly Guys; These Monsters; Three Blind Wolves; Tigers That Talked; To Kill a King; Tripwires; Tubelord; Twisted; Twisted Wheel; Vessels; Vest For Tysso; We Have Band; We'll Die Smiling; White Belt Yellow Tag; Wild Beasts; Wilder; William; Wolf Gang; Wonderswan; Woodpigeon; Worriedaboutsatan; Wot Gorilla?; Yonderboy; Young Father's; and Young Rebel Set.

You can download the timetable here to find out which venue is hosting which bands.

Live At Leeds wristband holders will receive a special bonus on Sunday, 2nd May 2010 with a free gig at Brudenell Social Club (or £5 on the door to those without a wristband). The gig is headlined by Crystal Antlers, with support from Spectrals, T33th, Blood Crips, Juffage, Twisted and Plank!

Read more about Live At Leeds 2010 on our dedicated Live At Leeds festival page.