Red Eagle Events Ltd Presents Leeds Ska & Mod Festival
Celebrating the 40th anniversary of 2Tone 1979 -2019
Millennium Square, Leeds will play host to a live outdoor performance by The Dualers, Bad Manners, From the Jam & Death of Guitar Pop on Sunday 11 August 2019 as part of the annual Summer Series.
Celebrating the 40th anniversary of 2Tone which was created by the founder of The Specials & 2Tone Records Jerry Dammers in 1979, the 2019 Leeds Ska & Mod Festival will delight the audience with a spectacular concert featuring an array of hugely popular songs including Johnny Too Bad, A Town Called Malice, Rickety Old Train & Special Brew.
Joining legendary Mod and Ska bands; From the Jam and Bad Manners at the event are
The Dualers. Led by lead singer Tyber Cranston, the South London based Ska band which one can only be described as a mixture of UB40 & The selector rolled into one, are selling out venues as soon as tickets go on sale!
Another London based ska band who will be appearing in Leeds for the first time are Death of Guitar Pop led by singers Oliver Hookings & Jonny Hicks. Described as the 4th generation of Ska they are already being hailed as the new Madness, their influences are Madness (of course!) Ian Dury & The Clash amongst others!
Will Jerry Dammers himself be making an appearance…………Watch this space!!!
Tickets will go on sale from 10am on Wednesday 21 November with a limited number of Early Bird tickets at £26.50 (including booking fees), followed by general release tickets priced at £34 (including booking fees). A special group ticket for 4 or more tickets will also be available.
Gates for the festival will open from 3pm with the first band due to perform at 4pm. A Licensed bar, catering and toilet facilities will be available on site. For further event, ticketing and venue information including details of accessibility arrangements visit