When is Leeds Festival 2013
The Leeds Festival is the sister festival to the Reading Festival and take places on 23rd – 25th August 2013 the August Bank Holiday weekend
Where does Leeds Festival take place
Bramham Park, Wetherby, West Yorkshire LS23 6ND
Leeds Festival Tickets 2013
Tickets supplied by seatwave any queries contact them online
Leeds Festival Hotels
IF you don’t fancy camping why not book a hotel neat to Leeds Festival whose post code is LS23 6ND
Travelodge have 5 hotels in the Leeds Festival Area
Leeds Colton 5.8 miles away from Leeds Festival Site
York Tadcaster 7.8 miles away from Leeds Music Festival
Leeds Central Vicar Lane 8.1 miles away from Leeds Fest Site
Leeds Central 8.5 miles away from Leeds Festival
Leeds Bradford Airport 11.4 miles away from Leeds Festival
Flights to Leeds Festival
If you are coming to Leeds Festival from overseas, the nearest airport to Leeds is Leeds Bradford Airport 11.4 miles away
Leeds Festival Travel Directions and Travel Information
Great North Eastern Railway, Virgin Trains and First TransPennine Express run trains to Leeds City Station.
Coach (National Express)
National Express are running special festival coaches to and from the Festival. Bus Station at Yellow Gate to and from the various locations in the UK. They also travel all over the UK from Leeds Bus / Coach Station. The shuttle buses to and from the festival site run to and from Leeds Bus / Coach Station at Dyer Street.
READING ARENA OPENING TIMES: Friday 27 August – opens 11am
Saturday 24 August – opens 11am
Sunday 25 August – opens 11am
LEEDS ARENA OPENING TIMES:
Friday – opens 10am – 6pm Saturday – 10am – 6pm Sunday – 10am – 6pm
Purple Campsite Village Area
Open 23 hours a day from Wednesday onwards. This area has a large sit down cafe, a juice bar, a camp shop, an off sales bar and a firewood shop.
Any weekend ticket holders can camp here but if bringing a car, you must have a white car pass to park here. Food traders based here open 23 hours a day.
This is situated in the Red Campsite.
CAMPERVANS: Passes must be pre-booked. There is a £10 charge and passes are strictly limited. Access to the site with a campervan will be via White Gate. They will NOT be permitted access into Red Gate.
CAMPERVANS: Anyone wanting to bring a campervan must email their request to firstname.lastname@example.org prior to the event.
Car Parking Information
All festival car parking passes must be booked in advance.
Car Parking will be in nearby fields and a park and boat service will run between the car parks and the festival site.
Parking is separate to the campsites in adjacent fields.
There are six areas for public car parks – red, orange, green, brown, guest / disabled and campervan. Drop Off/Pick Up Points:
Located in the Red Day Car Park/Drop Off accessed via Red Gate 1 on the A64 travelling eastbound.
READING AND LEEDS:
No unaccompanied under 16′s.
Under 13 (12 and under) are admitted free but MUST be accompanied by a ticket holding adult.