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Made In Leeds have now unveiled their 2020 line up which features a host of world renowned headline acts for the first time ever across 3 mega arena?s and it?s huge!

6th Feb 2020

MADE IN LEEDS FESTIVAL 2020
LINE UP ANNOUNCED

MK, DJ EZ, HANNAH WANTS,
HOLY GOOF & MANY MORE

SATURDAY 27TH JUNE 2PM-11PM
SOUTH LEEDS STADIUM

Following on from the announcement that Made in Leeds will be heading to the 10,000 capacity South Leeds Stadium for their 7th edition on Saturday 27th June, organisers have now unveiled their 2020 line up which features a host of world renowned headline acts for the first time ever across 3 mega arena?s and it?s huge!

The main stage, where fans will witness a huge main stage production hosted by Insomnia, will feature some of the biggest house acts on the planet right now, Headed up by revered DJ, Producer & Remixer MK who is responsible for creating some of the defining sounds and biggest tracks of early house & smashing the UK top 10 charts in recent years with his singles such as ?17?, ?Back & Forth?,?Piece of Me?.

MK will be joined by none other than Hannah Wants who is without a doubt one of the brightest stars on the electronic music scene, alongside her Brummie counterpart Low Steppa, House Music?s leading lady Sam Divine, Roberto Surace, Mirko Di Florio and Leeds? very own Josh Demello, K.O.Kane & LUke Tibble.

Expect Bass driven beats as the one and only DJ EZ will be heading up the second of Made In Leeds? mega arenas and as one of the most prolific English DJ?s on the scene right now, he is known for his garage sound and powerhouse sets that are a firm favourite with festival goers. Genre mash up artist and Fabric mix veteran Holy Goof will join DJ EZ alongside dance music?s Darlin?: Tom Zanetti. Preditah, Jamie Duggan, Danny T, plus support from Corrupt, Jake Duggan and Ryan James.

No music festival would be complete without an exclusive VIP arena which will see Leeds? very own Dollhouse bringing the VIP vibe to Made in Leeds Festival 2020. With music from Rickie DH, Josh Weekes, Sara Garvey, Tom Garnett & Sean Davies, Dollhouse is a place to enjoy the high life and where festival goers can sit back and relax in the exclusive relaxation area with it?s own private VIP bar and toilets. For the more discerning festival goer, there will be a limited number of VIP tables complete with drinks packages and waitress service direct to your exclusive area.

Since it?s conception back in 2014 at The Tetley Brewery, Leeds? only inner city festival has continued to grow year on year, setting itself as a firm favourite amongst Leeds? party people. With the success of the last party at the beautiful Thwaite Mills combined with their ambitious plans for 2020, the brand new super sized stadium venue will see Made in Leeds Festival deliver their biggest and boldest year to date.

General sale tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday 7th February and with Early Bird tickets having already sold out in record time, organisers urge fans to purchase early to avoid disappointment. Tickets available at www.madeinleedsfestival.com

EVENT INFORMATION:

Made In Leeds Festival
Saturday 27th June 2020
South Leeds Stadium
2pm - 11pm

Main Stage - Insomnia
MK
Hannah Wants
Low Steppa
Sam Divine
Roberto Surace
Mirko Di Florio
Josh Demello
K.O Kane
Luke Tibble

Arena - Freak

DJ EZ
Holy Goof
Tom Zanetti
Preditah
Jamie Duggan
Danny T
Corrupt
Jake Duggan
Ryan James

VIP - Dollhouse

Rickie DH
Josh Weekes
Sara Garvey
Tom Garnett
Sean Davies

Tickets on Sale at 9am on Friday 7th February at www.madeinleedsfestival.com

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