Let’s Rock Leeds 2021 line up, set times, banned items, transport, tickets and more

There’ll be lots of shoulder pads and fluorescent clothes when 80s festival Let’s Rock Leeds returns this weekend.

Let’s Rock Leeds will take place on Saturday, September 18 with lots of huge name nostalgic acts taking to the stage at Temple Newsam.

Big acts on the bill include Tony Hadley, Adam Ant, ABC and Heaven 17 amongst others.

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Ahead of the event, we’ll bring you all the important information you need about Let’s Rock Leeds such as the full line up and set times, travel details and what you can bring to the site.

Take a scroll below and get prepared to enjoy Let’s Rock Leeds 2021.

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Line up and set times

As we said, there’s a mammoth line up of top artists playing at the festival.

Have a look below at when you can find your favourites at Temple Newsam:

  • Tony Hadley -11.55am
  • The Retrobates Party Live – 1.10pm
  • Betty Boo – 1.42pm
  • T’Pau – 2.09pm
  • Five Star – 2.31pm
  • Heaven 17 – 3.21pm
  • Sister Sledge – 4.16pm
  • Kim Wilde – 5.11pm
  • Howard Jones – 6.06pm
  • ABC – 7.16pm
  • OMD – 8.26pm
  • Adam Ant – 9.46pm

Let’s Rock Leeds is due to finish at 10.30pm.

Banned items

There are some items you are not allowed to bring to Let’s Rock Leeds.

So make a note of the following which aren’t allowed on site:

  • You are not allowed to bring your own alcohol to the festival – of course, it is being sold on-site
  • No glass
  • No sharp objects
  • No drugs

You are allowed to bring picnics to the festival and small tents. You are not allowed to bring dogs to the event – so you’ll have to tell them all about it when you get home.

Shuttle bus

The Arriva service will now be running from Sovereign Street.

Buses will operate on the shuttle service from 9.30am until 3pm to the site with returns in operation from 6pm until 11.30pm.

The journey will take around 20 minutes on each leg.

An adult ticket will cost £7 for the return and £4 for children aged between three and 16.


If you’d love to go to the big nostalgic party there are tickets still available.

You can buy them and find out more details by visiting the Let’s Rock website.

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