THERE'S little over a fortnight left to grab yourself a ticket for the Leeds Festival - one of the best-loved fixtures on the UK festival circuit.
Between August 26-28, Bramham Park will welcome hundreds of bands and tens of thousands of fans for a three-day music extravaganza.
Topping the bill are Muse, My Chemical Romance and recently reformed Sheffield indie heroes Pulp, who all headline the main stage.
On the NME/Radio 1, 2manydjs, Beady Eye and Jane's Addiction are the main event.
The StrokesAlso on the bill over the weekend are Elbow, The Streets, The Strokes, Friendly Fires, Interpol, White Lies and Everything Everything, while dubstep giants Nero play the dance tent on the Saturday night.
The Horrors, Ed Sheeran and Pete Doherty are lined up for the Festival Republic stage and the BBC Introducing stage, with Leeds promoters Futuresound and festival promoters Festival Republic, will feature the best new talent around.
Leeds-based record label Dance To The Radio will be hosting a ‘Welcome To Leeds’ party on Thursday 25th August, featuring Young Knives, Dog Is Dead, We Are Losers, Runaround Kids and Blacklisters.