Two Door Cinema Membership have been introduced because the headliners of Stay At Leeds: In The Park 2023.
The one-day pageant is about to return to Temple Newsam on Might 27, 2023 following its inaugural version in 2022, which featured performances from the likes of Bombay Bicycle Membership, The Vaccines and Arlo Parks.
Two Door Cinema Membership lead the brand new additions for Stay At Leeds: In The Park 2023, with the band commenting: “Excited to say we’ll be coming to Stay At Leeds within the park subsequent yr for the primary time! Yoooooooooooorkshire!”
Becoming a member of TDCC on the line-up are The Lathums, All the things All the things, The Huge Moon, Black Honey, Tom Walker, CMAT, Brooke Combe and Låpsley.
The Beths, Lime Cordiale, Dolores Ceaselessly, Enola Homosexual, Low Hummer, Panic Shack, Prima Queen and Psymon Backbone full immediately’s line-up announcement (October 27) – you may see the present line-up poster for Stay At Leeds: In The Park 2023 beneath.
“After such an unimaginable first yr in 2022, we’re delighted to be returning to Temple Newsam for Stay At Leeds: In The Park 2023!” Joe Hubbard, Stay At Leeds: In The Park’s Pageant Promoter, mentioned in a press release.
“Bringing collectively bonafide pageant headliners comparable to Two Door Cinema Membership alongside a few of the greatest in fashionable indie/different music – it’s going to be an unforgettable day and the proper summer time social gathering not solely stuffed with singalongs left, proper and centre but in addition a great deal of alternatives to find your subsequent favorite artist. It’s what we do greatest at Stay At Leeds and we are able to’t wait to welcome everybody again for an excellent larger and even higher Stay At Leeds: In The Park in Might. Catch ya down the entrance!”
Tickets for Stay At Leeds: In The Park 2023 will go on normal sale at 10am tomorrow (October 28) – yow will discover out extra data right here and tickets right here.
Two Door Cinema Membership launched their newest album ‘Preserve On Smiling’ again in September.