Breeze Arts Festival

2015 Breeze Arts Festival!

Breeze Live at Trinity Leeds on Thursday 23rd July is looking for YOUR act! If you are aged 11-19 and interested read on...

Download an application form here if you would like to perform.

Closing date for applications Friday 15th May 2015.

The 2015 Breeze Arts Festival will take place from Sat 18th – Sat 25th July, and will be packed full of workshops, performances, exhibitions and much more for young people aged 11-19. The programme will be released in June, so keep checking back for more details!

First event announced!

Breeze Arts Festival presents:

Under the Owls

Wednesday 22 July | Gates open from 12 noon | Music from 2 – 7.30pm

Millennium Square, Leeds City Centre, LS2 3AD

Music, Dance, Bands, Skatepark, Arts and Crafts Market, Food, DJs, Activities

Featuring Project Pulse, with live DJs, dancers and vocalists from DJ School UK, Yorkshire Dance and First Floor.

Free with your BreezeCard. £3 for over 19s.

Don’t have a BreezeCard? Pick yours up at your local leisure centre or library, or sign up at the Under the Owls gate.

Please arrive early as we reserve the right to refuse entry once the Square reaches capacity.

No alcohol will be permitted on Millennium Square.

2014 Festival - take a trip down memory lane here... 

Take a look at the day by day guide to the 2014 festival:  click here to find an electronic copy of the brochure.

The 2014 festival included over 30 events for young people, including the Breezereads Bookfest events in Leeds libraries, March of the Robots workshops, a film premiere, a special effects make up workshop, a young people’s tour of Leeds Town Hall and various performances by young people for young people.

Here are some photos from our festival opening event, Breeze on Briggate:

Flashmob 2014

Please tell us what you thought of the festival and do our (very short!) survey.

Click here for the survey



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The Young People's Arts Award supports young people to develop as artists and arts leaders and is available throughout England. The Arts Award is a nationally recognised qualification at three levels - Bronze, Silver and Gold. It is run by Arts Council England and Trinity Guildhall.

Breeze Arts Festival is an Arts Award supporter. If you take part in a workshop or see a performance, it can count towards your Arts Award.

More details about the scheme can be found at


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