WITH A MUSICAL DIFFERENCE
|Back for its fourth year, the original Leeds Rum Festival returns to the Corn Exchange in September for one night only – and this time it has teamed up with the Black Music Festival.
Black Music Festival has been celebrating music of black origin every summer for over five years superseding Leeds Reggae Concert. It takes place at Leeds’ Potternewton Park in August and brings together a host of local, national and international bands, DJs, food and entertainment.
Leeds Rum Festival launched in 2016 and is now a staple in the What’s On calendar with people travelling far and wide to attend.
With over 30 Rum brands – eight that are new to the festival for 2019, over 100 Rum expressions including new ones from festival regulars, the return of the popular Masterclasses presented by industry professionals, DJ and live entertainment, street food, and the Desert Island Disco taking the Festival into the night, this year’s Festival promises to be bigger than ever.
Leeds Rum Festival is at The Corn Exchange, Leeds City Centre, on Saturday September 21st from 7pm ‘til late. Advance booking advisable contact leedsrumfest.eventbrite.com/