This article was published in 2013.
Organisers of the annual Leeds Festival have today revealed another wave of bands for the summer 2013 festival.
Today's mammoth announcement includes over sixty bands to join the original Leeds festival announcement made in March.
The Main Stage now includes Skindred (Saturday), Lower Than Atlantis (Sunday), We Are The In Crowd (Friday) and Bury Tomorrow (Friday).
Frightened Rabbit have been added to the Saturday line up for the NME/Radio 1 Stage, where they are joined by Fidlar and Kodaline.
Meanwhile, Tribes will appear on the Friday, as will AlunaGeorge.
The Lock Up Stage / Rock Stage was also announced today. Shikari Sound System take the top spot honours on Friday; Alkaline Trio grab the headliner slot on the Saturday; and Tomahawk close off the festival on the Sunday.
They are joined by Sick Of It All, The Living End, The Bronx, RX Bandits, King Pawn, Quicksand, The Computers, Cerebral Ballzy, Funeral For A Friend, Gallows, And So I Watch You From Afar, Crossfaith, Arcane Toots and Heaven's Basement.
And the announcement didn't end there. Additions to the Dance Stage include Fenech-Soler, Friction, A-Trak, Flux Pavillion, Dillon Francis, Redlight, Charli XCX, Clean Bandit, Fred V & Grafix, Is Tropical, Bondax, Jacob Plant ft. Majestic, Willy Moon, Jagwar Ma, Big Black Delta, Robert DeLong, and Night Works.
And if that wasn't enough, we also got the Festival Republic Stage line up, which will be headlined by Spector (Friday), Crystal Fighters (Saturday), and British Sea Power (Sunday). Also announced were Chvrches, Lucy Rose, Pure Love, Surfer Blood, Tim Burgess, The Jim Jones Revue, Kate Nash, Merchandise, Parquet Courts, MØ, Splashh, California X, MS MR, Drenge, Chapel Club, Skaters, Half Moon Run, Twenty One Pilots, Findlay, Balthazar, To Kill A King, and The Family Rain.
Leeds Festival takes place at Bramham Park between 23rd-25th August 2013 and Leeds Festival tickets are already on sale.
Prices are £202.50 for a weekend ticket and £90 for a day ticket and all ticket types can be bought via the major online ticket agencies Ticketmaster and See Tickets.
Leeds Music Scene interviewed festival organiser Melvin Benn recently. Watch what he had to say below.