Leeds Festival is bringing an exclusive headline show to The Brudenell on Monday 24 February. Pop punk band All Time Low (Dear Maria; Count Me In) will perform in the Brude’s intimate space.
They’ll be supported by Leeds five piece, Venus. Tickets are on general sale Friday 21 February
The 400-strong audience at The Brudenell will be in stark contrast to when the band takes to the main stage at both Reading and Leeds this year, for what is considered will be a euphoric performance and testament to their brilliance. Hard-hitting alt rock band Venus will again be in support in front of their home crowd.
The band’s explosion onto the scene in 2003 has since developed into some notoriety, given their influence in modern pop punk. They have released no fewer than 7 studio albums, sold out at many venues and headlined the world’s festivals. Their new single ‘Some Kind of Disaster’ has so far attracted 2.6million streams. Since their inception in 2003, All Time Low have exploded and gained notoriety as an influential voice in the genre.
Vocalist Alex Gaskarth explains, “Reading & Leeds has become a staple in our touring schedule after years of climbing the ranks on various stages. It feels like whenever we have new music, that’s the place we want to go and play it first. Coming back to the main stage will be equal parts nostalgic and something entirely brand new, and we can’t wait to share that with everyone.”
Reading & Leeds Festivals recently announced Stormzy, Liam Gallagher and Rage Against The Machine as its 2020 headliners plus over 90 names set to play at Reading’s famous Richfield Avenue and Leeds’ legendary Bramham Park this August bank holiday weekend (28-30th). Tickets are available.
Feature image is by Jimmy Fontaine.