Organisers of Leeds Digital Festival have announced details of a ‘mini-fest’ ahead of the main event in September.
The open platform festival is usually held at this time of the year but last year was split in two owing to the pandemic.
The festival, which has been running since 2016, saw over 400 events attended by 45,000 people during two Covid-interrupted festivals in 2020.
This year, organisers are holding a smaller, curated festival of just 12 events starting today, then returning in September with the usual two-week open-platform format, where everyone is invited to put on an event.
Over 300 events are expected in September.
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