Leeds Festival 2023: Live on Saturday as Yard Act tell fans 'it's a honour' and Sam Fender set to headline

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Though there may be some sore heads across the campsite, there’s no rest for the wicked as Leeds Festival 2023 heads into its second day.

Saturday at the festival will be headlined by the Geordie troubadour Sam Fender – whose tunes ‘Seventeen Going Under’ and ‘Hypersonic Missiles’ will likely lead to some of the biggest singalongs of the weekend – and Oxford indie rock titans Foals.

There are also sets scheduled from the likes of Wet Leg, Loyle Carner, Bicep and Leeds’ own Yard Act.

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Yorkshire Evening Post reporter Charles Gray will be live from the site providing updates, pictures and reviews throughout the day. Follow our blog below and refresh the page for the latest updates...

Live updates from Leeds Festival 2023

Right, everybody. I’m signing off for the weekend. It’s been an absolute joy and a pleasure. See you next year!

‘It’s been blessed'

Ben Owen and Kieran Pell were having a hell of a time.

Ben said: “The weekend has been blessed. We have forgiven many sins while we’ve been here.”

Nothing But Thieves

Nothing But Thieves playing to the crowds at Leeds Fest:

Big crowds have gathered for Chase Atlantic on the Main Stage West

Easy Life now performing on stage at Leeds Fest

BBC Introducing stage

Here’s HotWax, an alternative rock trio, performing on the BBC Introducing stage.

Baby Queen on stage

Baby Queen are now playing on the Main Stage East

Rain hits Bramham Park

Rain has just started coming down at Bramham Park.