To celebrate the hugeness of this years Leestock 2010, the Leestock team are proud to announce a series of sexually challenging gigs between now and the bigger than life festival that takes place on May 1st and May 2nd.
Each Friday leading up to the event, we will be showcasing some of the amazing new bands playing on the day plus a whole host of new, local bands that we just didn’t have space for on the event itself. It’ll be your chance to get even more fun out of the event, see even more live music and drink even more.
FRIDAY 2ND APRIL
The first event is slightly different on Friday 2nd April – some people call it Good, we call it Great Friday because one of the event founders and loveable rogue EDD KEOGH will be relaunching his DJ night with an extra special Indie Blueprint in the form of “THE LEESTOCK INDIE BLUEPRINT” dragging in special guests from the Leestock team and bands like the Bimmys. Big Mr Keogh will be playing a whole host of classic 90’s and beyond indie rock. It’ll all kick off at 9pm and we will be waiting for you!
FRIDAY 9TH APRIL
HI JACK + CRAB MEAT MOON + TEDDY JAMES DRISCOLL + TBC
The bands booked so far are the awesomely rocking HI JACK from Colchester, currently due to support Sorry & The Sinatras on their UK tour plus the sexily named and just as rocking CRAB MEAT MOON. More bands/artists to be announced shortly.
FRIDAY 16TH APRIL
THE RASCOS + THE MUNDENS + STEPHEN BARKER + TBC
Leestock main stagers THE RASCOS headline the 16th with support from indie South East rockers THE MUNDENS and two more bands/artists to be announced shortly.
FRIDAY 23RD APRIL
CHUNKY ATE A BEE + TRACEYS LOVE + THE 633 + TBC
Amazing Leestock rockers CHUNKY ATE A BEE headline the 23rd with support from TRACEYS LOVE made up of some members of the Bimmys plus extra support from lovable rogues THE 633 and the bouncy indie pop beauty of OVER THE SUN.
FRIDAY 30TH APRIL
HI-FI IDOLS + TBC
The Sudbury based boys HI-FI IDOLS headline the final night of Road To Leestock doing an extra special long set just for you the night before the world goes Leestock crazy with a support act to be announced.
All the nights are totally free although there may be some peeps a-wandering with buckets to glean some pre-Leestock cash from you. Its all for an amazingly good cause and all helps with an amazing bank holiday festival the likes of Sudbury has never seen before.