The Cribs will headline one of Leeds’ most popular music festivals this weekend.
The indie rockers, from Netherton, Wakefield, will perform at Live at Leeds, which is expected to draw hundreds of music fans to the city.
Around 200 artists and bands will perform on Saturday, May 2 at venues across the city.
The Cribs will headline Leeds Town Hall from 10pm.
Bassist Gary Jarman said: “We are really looking forward to headlining Live at Leeds.
“It is cool because Leeds has always embraced us and so to be asked to play our comeback show headlining the festival is something that we are really looking forward to.”
The band released their sixth studio album ‘For All My Sisters’, their first in three years, earlier this year.
Pop band Lawson, Palma Violets, Swim Deep and Emmy the Great are among the other acts performing at the festival.
For tickets log onto www.liveatleeds.com/tickets.