Leeds Festival 2016: What you need to know

Leeds Festival at Bramham Park
Leeds Festival at Bramham Park

WONDERING what the weather be like, who’s playing and what you need to pack? Our guides to Leeds Festival reveal all...

Biffy Clyro. Foals. Red Hot Chili Peppers. We could well be in for a classic Leeds Festival.

Heavy rain may have meant the weekend started miserably for the hardy souls who turned up to Bramham Park on Thursday, but those camped at Bramham Park for Leeds Festival can also expect long sunny spells, in a mixed weekend of weather for West Yorkshire.

By Saturday morning, revellers will see the turn of perfect festival weather, as it will be another fine day, with warm sunny spells, light winds, and only patchy cloud.

During the late afternoon and early evening, there will be some thicker clouds appearing, with the possibility of some heavy rain showers.

However, throughout the day, the temperature is set to be hot with 22 C, so be sure to apply sun cream.

Although the outlook for Sunday shows scattered showers across the county, with cloud coverage for most of the day, the sunshine should return for the evening.

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Leeds, Moortown, 12th April 1984''Comic actor Roy Kinnear turned to "The Twits" when he visited Allerton Grange Middle School, Moortown, Leeds.''The television and stage star, who is appearing this week at the Grand Theatre, Leeds, took tim eoff for a spot of story telling in the school hall and is pictured here with some of the second year pupils.

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