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Recon Festival Announces Set Times
Christian Eede , October 13th, 2015 16:14

Set times announced below for this year's Recon Festival which starts on Thursday

With this year’s Recon Festival set to return to Leeds and Bradford this weekend, the organisers have shared set times for this year’s event which will take in sets from the likes of Mumdance, Clark, Karen Gwyer, Helm, Container, Wanda Group and many more.

You can check out the full run of set times below with the festival set to kick off this Thursday (October 15) and run through until Sunday (October 18) taking in events at Brudenell Social Club, Belgrave Music Hall, Headrow House and Bradford Playhouse.

You can get tickets and find out more information here. You can also check out a mix featuring music from acts playing this year's Recon Festival at the foot of this piece.

Thursday, October 15: Brudenell Social Club, Leeds

10pm: Plaid
9.15pm: Galaxians
8.30pm: Golden Meat

Friday, October 16: Belgrave Music Hall, Leeds

1.45 am: Mumdance (XL Recordings)
12.30 am: Clark (Warp)
10.40 pm: Helm (PAN)
9.30pm: Wanda Group (Opal Tapes)

Saturday, October 17: Headrow House, Leeds

1.00am: Container
12.00am: Karen Gwyer
9.30pm: Hookworms w/ Richard Formby
8.45pm: Richard Formby
7.45pm: Moon Gangs
6.30pm: XAM
5.30pm: Game Program
4.15pm: Neil Campbell (with films by David Larcher)

Sunday, October 18: Bradford Playhouse
in partnership with FUSE ART SPACE and GOLDEN CABINET, an afternoon of out there sounds for all the family

Main Auditorium
7:00pm: The Space Lady (USA)
6:00pm: Mia La Metta
4:00pm: ICHI
1:00pm Hookworms (kids' gig)

Burnel Rooms
6:15pm: Tomaga
4:45pm: Eric Boros (France)
3:00pm: Survival Skills

Bar
2pm: The Bongoleeros
12:15pm: The Incredible Niblo

Recon Festival 2015 mix by Silent Snake Gang on Mixcloud

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