Leeds has one of the most thriving club scenes in the UK, and on Sunday 28 May the UK's most talented DJs and biggest clubs will jointly host a local dance music festival called 'Love Leeds'.
Launched last year, 'Love Leeds' in 2006 will take place at Lotherton Hall over 14 hours, and will feature an array of trance, house, and hard house DJs.
M.A.N.D.Y., Tiefschwarz, Paul Woolford, Ralph Lawson's 20/20 Soundsystem, Jon Carter, Mr. C, Felix Da Housecat, Axwell, Marco V, The Tidy Boys, Scott Project, Rob Tissera, Sander Van Doorn, and Alex Kidd, are just some of the DJs performing at the Bank Holiday Love Leeds bash.
Clubs involved in Love Leeds include: Back To Basics, Goodgreef, The Gallery, Tribal Gathering, Miss Moneypennies, Retro, and Federation/Kissdafunk.
Jonathan Llewellyn who's helping to promote the event said: "Leeds has one of the most exciting dance scenes in the UK, and it has become a destination city for those who live outside.
"By inviting big name clubs to be a part of Love Leeds, we're able to appeal across the market."
What sets Love Leeds apart from other dance music festivals is the fact that it only has a capacity of 10,000, which will ensure an intimate and friendly atmosphere.