Handmade Festival is an independent music,comedy, art, film, performance and photography festival that takes place in Leicester in April.
Originally created by John Helps, of Leicester band Maybeshewill, as a way to bring new and original music, art and comedy to the city, the first event saw the festival take over spaces such as a former library, the citys historic guildhall, a church and some of the oldest buildings in the city, with headline sets from Rolo Tomasi, Nine Black Alps, Dutch Uncles and The Twilight Sad as well as festival curators Maybeshewill themselves.
The festival has seen performances from the likes of And So I Watch You From Afar, Shonen Knife, Dry the River, Iliketrains, Eagulls, Bo Bingen, TOY, Slaves, Future of the Left, 65daysofstatic, We Are Scientists, Deaf Havana, Lonely The Brave, Swim Deep, Circa Waves, Idles and Los Campesinos.
Metronomy will headline Leicester's Handmade Festival in May 2019. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.