Mon 30 May


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Doors open at 2pm
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DICE is launching in Leeds and to celebrate we're dishing out £1 tickets to seven of the best gigs in town.

The Wytches / Tom Vek / Japanese House / Kero Kero Bonita / Joanna Gruesome / Bill Ryder-Jones / Dilly Dally / Diet Cig / Weird / Julian Baker / Trust Fund / Pixx / Let’s Eat Grandma / Julia Jacklin / Harkin / Lail Arad / Cowtown / The Orielle / Dirty Girl / Chest Pains / Two White Cranes / Oh Peas

This Must Be The Place kicks off festival season in Leeds, supplying Bank Holiday vibes and sheltering you from the inevitable downpour at the same time. Spread across two venues on May 30th, the all-dayer is taking over Headrow House and Belgrave Music Hall.

Headliners The Wytches will be slinging their gritty grooves and carnal fuzz after winning fans with debut album Annabel Dream Reader, recorded in just two days flat. Electro-indie heavyweight Tom Vek is also topping the the line up with the abstract lyricism, and intelligent pop that gave us 2011’s acclaimed Leisure Seizure.

Also taking the stage is Joanna Gruesome's warm melodies and thrashing guitars, the breathtaking dream pop of Japanese House, Bill Ryder Jones' love-tinged lyrics, the icy vocals and warping synths of teen outfit Let’s Eat Grandma and plenty more.

Presented by Superfriendz.

This is a 14+ event.

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Doors open2:00 PM

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