Brudenell Social Club- If you’re a music fan around the Leeds area then you’ve no doubt been to Brudenell. The working mans club is located in Burley Park and if you’re looking for up close and personal live gig then this is the place for you. Cheap pints and live bands who could ask for more…? The Venue has had bands play from the likes of The Cribs, Milburn and The Sunshine Underground.

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Leeds O2 Academy- O2 academy has a capacity of 2,300 people. It arguably claims the best acts from across the globe to play in Leeds. Ignoring the ridiculous time it takes to get served at the bar the venue does have its perks. It has an upper tier balcony seats and an open plan standing arrangement on the ground.

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Belgrave Music Hall- Belgrave is a fairly new venue on the scene, with 200 person capacity its quite small. This is a good starting place to play if you’re a fairly new on the scene. The venue also holds a roof terrace that look over the whole of Leeds city centre which is truly beautiful on a warm summers day it even has a bar on the roof so you don’t have to walk down three flights of stairs for another pint.

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The Wardrobe- The venue is situated underground and get be a bit over whelming when going inside. However it can really add to the vibe and experience of going to see a band here. The venue has seen the likes of ghostpoet,  The Cribs and has a capacity of 380. The stage is only a ft higher than the standing area which brings you eye to eye with the band while still being able to see from the back.

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