Leeds Festival 2015 Review Show with Interviews

So if you didn’t know or you missed it, I recently aired my Leeds Festival 2015 review show on ARfm with all the interviews conducted over the weekend of the festival. Featuring FrnkIero, Hunter and The Bear, Modern Life Is War, Atreyu, Cancer Bats

Which I’ve got to say was a bangin festival with great weather….generally, and of course an eclectic mix of bands and artists performing over the weekend.

If you want to listen to the show again or check out the interviews then you can click on the image below to take you to our Mixcloud page. Looking forward to Leeds 2016 now!

The Unchained Rock Show on ARfm

The Unchained Rock Show on ARfm – Leeds Festival 2015 Review Show


Leeds Festival 2015 Review Show on ARFM Thursday 3rd September

That’s right, on a special edition of The Unchained Rock Show on ARfm, Thursday at 9pm, you can hear my take on the festival as well as all the interviews conducted over what was a fantastic weekend of live music.

Interviews with Frank Iero, Hunter and The Bear, Liam from Cancer Bats, Atreyu, Modern Life Is War as well as Calls Landing.

Tune in at 9pm UK Thursday 3rd September on ARfm.

The Unchained Rock Show


Leeds Festival 2016 Tickets now available

So after an awesome weekend, no sooner is the bag unpacked and the washing machine on, dive into the shower and sleep for a week….you guessed it! Leeds Festival 2016 tickets are available. Have a gander here.

‘Reading and Leeds 2015 saw over 150,000 festival fans revel in an unforgettable weekend of music, including headline acts Mumford & Sons, Metallica and The Libertines, plus hundreds of performances from artists, bands, comedians and DJs. Weekend and Instalment tickets for Reading & Leeds Festivals 2016 will be on sale Tuesday 1st September at 9am for a limited time at this year’s price of £205.00. Tickets are available from www.seetickets.com and www.ticketmaster.co.uk‘. The dual site event will take place on 26th, 27th, 28th August 2016.’
‘Festival Republic’s Melvin Benn reflects on the weekend: “This year has been an incredible highlight for Reading and Leeds. Metallica brought us the largest production in the history of the festivals, whilst Mumford & Sons and The Libertines proved themselves worthy of their headline name. I would like to thank our sponsors and media partners for their ongoing support. I know it will be difficult to beat, but I can already promise 2016 is going to be worth the wait.”’

BabyMetal - Main Stage Sunday. Photo Credit Tom Martin

BabyMetal – Main Stage Sunday. Photo Credit Tom Martin