inner city electronic Leeds announce outdoor city centre festival site and last ever show at Church Leeds for Saturday 1st June28 May 2019 - Press release
Multi-venue festival and conference 'inner city electronic’ have announced the location of their 2019 festival hub and wristband exchange, with a unique site in the heart of the city center also hosting a selection of must see artists from this years festival line up. Leeds’ much loved promotion outfit ‘Flux' will present the line-up at this historic site outside the Leonardo Building on Rossington Street that until now has never been used for an event.
Motor City Drum Ensemble, Nightmares On Wax, Ralph Lawson & more set to perform at a one off outdoor site in Leeds city centre for inner city electronic 2019 on Saturday June 1st. The 2019 festival hub will also serve drinks and an assortment of local street food throughout the day.
Director Quote: “The team have been working hard behind the scenes to make this happen and we’re excited to have the opportunity to bring something unique to the site ahead of it’s re-development. The fact this is only ever going to happen once makes it event more special”. - Ben Thompson
inner city electronic will also host the last ever show at Church Leeds on June 1st, with the venue recently announcing it’s closer. In just two short years Church became an internationally acclaimed club, nominated for ‘Best Venue’ in the 2018 DJ Mag awards, with artists including Carl Cox, Floating Points, Green Velvet, Jeff Mills, Kolsch & many more all playing memorable sets in the picturesque 18th century Church.
The final dance will see Nina Kraviz headline alongside Octave One (live), Kelly Lee Owens, DJ Seinfeld & more, with the venues instigator Dave Beer set to play the final record.
Director Quote: “I’ve been personally attached to Church since it's inception and I’m sure looking back in a few years time the best nights there will be the stuff of legends. We will be bringing the full glory of the building to life with Leeds based visual artist Paul Miller projection mapping the historic building as well as fine tuning the awesome L’Acoustics Kara soundsystem to perfection.” - Ralph Lawson