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Leicester Music Festival running times

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The Leicester Music Festival is almost here and the approximate running times have been announced.

Welford Road hosts LMF this Friday (July 25) and Saturday (July 26) and tickets are on sale now. Gates open at 11am on each day.
Brit Award winner Tinie Tempah is due to take to the stage at 9.30pm for his Friday night headline set. Professor Green (8pm), Soul II Soul (6.30pm) and Katy B (5pm) will provide the supporting bill with Diversity (4.10pm) Billy Ocean (2.50pm) and Aswad (1.30pm).

The day kicks off at 11am with a local artist before Heatwave (11.40am) and Hannah Boleyn.
Labrinth, who collaborated with Tinie Tempah on their UK number one single Pass Out and had another chart-topper with Beneath Your Beautiful, featuring Emeli Sande, headlines the Saturday bill and is due on stage at 9.30pm.
The support bill includes The Saturdays (8.30pm), Diversity (7.50pm) and Kool and the Gang (6.40pm) as well as Union J (5.45pm), Sam Bailey (5pm) and UB40 (3.10pm).

The Real Thing (2pm), Hannah Boleyn (1.15pm), Stereo Nation (12.10pm) and Formal Warning (11.20am) are also on the bill.

Tickets are on sale now from the Tigers' ticket office at Welford Road, call 0844 856 1880 (option 2) or book online by clicking here. Tickets are priced £25 per day standing and £30 seating.

More information on the Leicester Music Festival is available by clicking here.

Friday Line up:
9.30pm Tinie Tempah
Curtis Clacey
8pm Professor Green
6.30pm Soul II Soul
5pm Katy B
4.10pm Diversity
2.50pm Billy Ocean
1.30pm Aswad
12.50 pm Hannah Boleyn 
11.40 am Heatwave
11 am Local Band

Saturday Line up:
11.20am Formal Warning
12.10 Stereo Nation
1.15pm Hannah Boleyn
2pm The Real Thing
3.10pm UB40
5pm Sam Bailey
5.45pm Union J
6.40pm Kool and the Gang
7.50 Diversity
8.30pm The Saturdays
Curtis Clacey
9.30pm Labrinth
All running times are subject to change and this is only a guide to the artists' start times not the duration of their performances.