The Chapel music venue set to launch in Leeds

By February 15, 2017 January 16th, 2022 Leeds, News

Brought to you from the minds behind Fac251, Digital and the newly opened Church, Chapel will be the newest offering to the live music scene in Leeds. Set in one end of Trinity St. David’s Church, a 17th Century masterpiece of gothic architecture, the new venue will play host to intimate live gigs, regular acoustic nights and street food from all over the North.


Twinned with a daytime cafe-bar feel and weekly offerings of bands and events, the Chapel will be a haven for artists, students, lecturers and musicians alike. As well as this all first-release tickets to events at Church will be available from the box office. Bands and acts in town will join us for evening chats, and DJ sets from bands playing Church will fill up your late night weekends.

To launch; Market Wraps, The Dilla Deli and Wood | Fire | Dine have taken up residence, serving top notch grub all day and night long. North Star coffee in Leeds and Bluebird Tea Co. will also be available from our bar all day long. Confession begins 16th February; up and coming local bands will play alongside out of town guest acts fortnightly, alongside our residents from The Speak Easy, acoustic sessions and film showings to wind down your week.

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