We are proud to announce the mighty KELIS as your Saturday night Main Stage headliner for this year’s Leopallooza Festival!
First catching the public’s attention in ODB’s mega-hit ‘Got Your Money‘, the international, multi award-winning singer has gone on to sell millions of albums and achieve a string of top 10 hits, including the songs Milkshake, Millionaire, Acapella and Trick Me.
Kelis now joins the line-up alongside the confirmed acts so far, including St Paul and The Broken Bones, Rat Boy, Tom Grennan as well as comedians Russell Kane and Josh Widdicombe – see the full line-up so far right here. Plenty more to come, including your Friday night headliner!
Festival tickets are selling fast, so if you haven’t already got your entry to the party of the summer in the bag… now is that time.
Keep watch on our social media channels… there are many more bands, artists, comedians and all-new areas to be revealed in the coming days and weeks!
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