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2nd March 2011
Villagers announced for Live at Leeds

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Dinosaur Pile Up, The Twilight Sad, Mazes, Let's Wrestle and Morning Parade among the new acts announced today

Live At Leeds announce the last wave of bands and a special Friday gig. Villagers will open Live At Leeds on the Friday night with a special show at The Brudenell Social Club. Dinosaur Pile Up, The Twilight Sad, Mazes, Let's Wrestle and Morning Parade lead the list of new bands added to the Saturday. They join an incredible list of bands for the whole weekend including James Blake, Glasvegas, Frightened Rabbit, The Futureheads, Pulled Apart by Horses, Anna Calvi, The Duke Spirit, Young Knives and Aloe Blacc.

Live at Leeds is a multi venue music and arts festival based in Leeds City Centre and is now into its 5th year on the musical calendar and runs from Friday 29th April until Sunday 1st May 2011.
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Newly Added
Villagers - Friday night (separate tickets needed)

Saturday

Dinosaur Pile-Up
The Twilight Sad
Mazes
Let's Wrestle
Morning Parade
Breton
Alpines
Romance
Paul Thomas Saunders
Stagecoach
Alice Gold
Humanfly
We Are Losers
Bearfoot Beware
Mojo Fury
Blood Command
Young Liar
Killing Fields Of Ontario
Piskie Sits
Satellite
Gold

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