Leeds Stylus – A local blessing for shows

For those who live in Leeds, there are many venues to choose from when it comes to live music. From Wardrobe, to the Arena, there is something for everyone. But we would like to focus on one venue in particular, and that is Leeds University Union; better known as Leeds Stylus.

There are many shows scheduled to take place in Stylus, and there are also many iconic musicians who have previously played on the stage. From the likes of Turnstile, , The Story So Far, and many more, the list is practically endless.

With regards to upcoming events, take a look below at some of the amazing bands who are set to play in the venue. We have also provided ticket links, and all relevant details regarding the shows.

Knuckle Puck / Tiny Moving Parts / Movements 

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This show was supposed to be in Key Club, however it was upgraded to Stylus. A mixed bag in terms of opinions from the fans regarding this, but at least it wasn’t moved to the O2..

They will be joined by Tiny Moving Parts, and Movements, and it is set to be an amazing night.

Tickets are £11.50 plus booking fees, and tickets purchased for the Key Club show are still valid. (Go to our friends at See Tickets to bag your spot in the crowd.)

The show is also on Saturday October 6th, and there will probably be an after party at Key Club. Doors open at 7, and is will be a great night.

 

Against the Current / The Faim

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So far, we know that The Faim will be going ATC for this show, and there are also VIP packages available.

Once again, head over to See Tickets for your spot, and they are £15 plus booking fees.

The date for the show is September 22nd, and doors are open at 6.30pm.

Deafhaven / Inter Arma

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Another great band who are set to play Stylus; Deafhaven. They will be joined by Inter Arma, and the show takes place on October 3rd 2018, with doors opening at 7.

Grab your tickets here, and they are £18 plus booking fees.


 

Let us know in the comments if you’re going to any of the above shows!

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