New outdoor dance music festival Till Dusk is set to launch in rural Leeds this summer
Till Dusk will debut on Friday, June 3 with a minimal, house and techno soundtrack.
The 500-capacity event will see local DJs perform for 12 hours in a celebration of “all things Leeds”.
Josh Butler, who burst onto the house music scene in 2013 with his track “Got A Feeling”, will close the party from 9 p.m.
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He will be joined by Leeds legend Bobby O’Donnell, long-time resident of System and Mint Warehouse, stalwart of Cocoon in the Park and head of label E Numbers.
Adding to the lineup will be Yorkshire talents Parker Smith, Floosky, Cucillo and Kylo, one of TETRA’s founding and resident members.
Event founder Eddy Dobson is a young organizer who grew up frequenting the city’s one-day festivals and wanted to bring a new event to the scenic countryside, with an uninterrupted view of what he hopes to be. a beautiful sunset.
Eddy said: “As the light fades at any festival, the visuals and atmosphere soar to new heights.
“The music and lighting captivate you. So Till Dusk is the perfect name for a brand new dynamic festival in Leeds.”
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