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Leeds West Indian Carnival

Leeds West Indian Carnival

It’s time to get happy and prepare for carnival fever to hit the city! This August, Leeds West Indian Carnival returns for 2015, bringing an explosion of colour, soca rhythms, authentic flavour (and if we’re really lucky, maybe even sunshine) to Bank Holiday Monday (31st).


And if the bank holiday feels just that little bit too far away for you, well what are you doing next weekend?! If you head on down to Briggate on Saturday 15th, you can catch Carnival in the City.


Europe’s longest running authentic Caribbean carnival will be bringing music, masquerade and some serious wow factor to the heart of Leeds; with dazzling costumes, New World Steel Orchestra and Carnival atmosphere galore!


Find out more here

 

 

Rugby World Cup Trophy Tour

The Rugby World Cup is now just around the corner and this week we have the perfect warm up, as the Webb Ellis Cup is in town!

The trophy arrived in Leeds today and was welcomed into Headingley Stadium – a place that as we know is no stranger to a trophy. The cup is on day 57 of the Trophy Tour and is staying in town for the weekend, so you can catch it at various locations on Friday and Saturday, including Leeds Central Library, Trinity Leeds Shopping Centre, and Leeds Dock.

In fact – Leeds Dock are so excited to host the Web Ellis Cup, they’re throwing a mini festival! Upon its arrival there will be photo opportunities with the trophy, live music, and further festivities! Most importantly, there will also be the opportunity to put your own skills to the test on the RFU’s official Tri Kicking Simulator.


Check out the full list of events and timings here

The Tetley Credit Tom Joy

Summer 2015 welcomes the return of The Faversham Garden Party (celebrating 10 Years this August) with an exceptional two-day festival. The festival will take place over the August bank holiday weekend at the Tetley Brewery.


Partnered with some of the biggest brands in music including Sound Channel, The Warehouse Project, Canal Mills and more, The Garden Party will host a plethora of live acts including Roisin Murphy, Talib Kweli, Little Dragon plus DJ acts including Kerri Chandler, Julio Bashmore and Joy Orbison.


Food & Drink over the weekend has been curated by Leeds Indie Food following their inaugural year and will be bringing a special food offer to the party.
Festival packages are available online or in person at Trinity Leeds Service Lounge, Crash & Jumbo Records.

The Tetley -29th & 30th August

Full line-up and details here

 

 

Schwizgebel - Credit Vaughn Ridley / SWPIX.COM

It’s been three years since the Leeds International Piano Competition last took the city by storm, bringing the finest young international pianists to our doorstep, and now it’s time for a revival.

This year’s competition promises to be one of the best yet – with more than 300 applications from over 40 nationalities, the talent is sure to be off the scale!

 

Taking place in the suitably grandiose University of Leeds and Leeds Town Hall from 26th August – 13th September 2015, you can book your tickets to this prestigious event on the Leeds Piano website, it’ll only take a minuet….

 

Find out more here

 

 

The Brownlee Brothers - Credit RB Create Ltd

The UK leg of the prestigious ITU World Triathlon Series is coming to Leeds on the 11th & 12th June 2016, providing you with a once in a lifetime opportunity to be one of 5,000 participants who will swim, bike and run on the same course, on the same day in front of the same crowds as some of the world’s best triathletes, including home heroes Ali and Jonny Brownlee, Vicky Holland and Non Stanford who will be competing in their last event on home soil before the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.


Entries aren’t open just yet, but you can pre-register your interest and be the first to know when entries go on sale later on this month.

 

To find out more, please visit the ITU World Triathlon Website

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