Leeds Festival 2015 Tickets
Leeds Festival info
Genres: Rock, Dancehall, Indie, Metal, Alternative, Punk
Leeds Festival is one of Britain’s most well known and well loved festivals returns, and promises to be bigger and better than ever before. Once again Skiddle returns as an official outlet for Leeds Festival tickets.
Along with her sister festival, Leeds Festival boasts an ever impressive and diverse line up, ranging all the way from punk and metal, through to rock, alternative, indie, dance, and electro; these are a few of the reasons why Leeds Festival 2015 is going to be very special.
Leeds Festival has developed something of a habit of attracting some of the biggest global superstars, and world beating bands on the planet to their Yorkshire home. 2015 is set to be no different.
At Leeds Festival 2015 music fans will also have a chance to see a whole host of new acts and local bands in the smaller tents as well as the more established ones on the main stage. There are also great comedy acts in the alternative tent for when you require a welcome rest from the mosh pit!
Leeds Festival is set to be one of the most electrifying, and unforgettable festival experiences happening in Britain this year.
Disabled Access Information
All individual event websites will have full information on 2015 disabled access and the 2-for-1 PA/Carer ticketing scheme from March 2015. The link to the application form will also be available here close to when it is accepting applications.
Our disabled access facilities are for the use of disabled customers wishing to attend our events. We cannot cater to people with broken bones, healing wounds or women who are pregnant. There are other ways and means of attending the event if you are temporarily impaired but please be aware that the facilities available for disabled customers are strictly regulated for its specific use.
As of 2012, any ticket holder aged 13 years and over may apply for the 2-for-1 PA/Carer ticket providing the carer attending with them is 18 years or over. We hope that this will enable many more disabled teens to attend.
Please note that for any application for disabled access or a 2-for-1 ticket you must provide us with sufficient medical documentation to support your application and to validate your request. We ask for this so that we can gauge the numbers who are wishing to attend and so that the facilities that we provide are used by the people they are intended for.
Ideally, for supportive material for validation of your request, we accept DLA entitlements clearly stating the levels of mobility and care awarded, hospital or doctor letters giving a brief description on your situation and/or other medical documentation pertaining to your disability. We never need to see any financial information in relation to anything you provide to us in support of your disabled access application.
Disabled access at each of our events differs but across all events we provide;
Disabled Customer Check-in service
Information tent with helpful staff and volunteers from Attitude is Everything
Viewing platform and viewing areas
Accessible toilets and showers located in the campsite and throughout the event
Easy access routes into the arena
We are hoping to introduce more interpreted performances at some of our other events
For queries in the meantime, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that this email will be checked monthly while we are off season but you will receive a response as soon as it is possible for us to reply.
Leeds Festival 2015 Lineup
To see this years lineup, please use the link below
Leeds Festival News
Here are the latest news items about this event.
Location of Leeds Festival 2015
History of Leeds Festival
Leeds Festival was inaugurated in 1999, as a sister festival to the well established and ever popular Reading festival. With the original festival being unable to handle the demand from an overwhelming number of loyal fans, Leeds was set up, to share the same lineup and make sure everyone could enjoy the incredible acts that the southern version of the festival had signed.
Taking over from the site that V festival had been on the two years previous, Leeds Festival had an incredibly successful start, and in 2003 moved to its current home at Bramham Park, North East of Leeds. Since then it has continually become larger and more impressive, Leeds Festival is now firmly established as one of the most essential festivals in Britain.