Day tickets launched for Bingley Music Live

Day tickets launched for Bingley Music Live

With only two months until one of the best UK independent festivals Bingley Music Live day tickets are now on sale.

The Bradford Council-run festival, which takes place 2-4 September boasts an awesome line up including, Echo and the Bunnymen, Tinie Tempah, Travis, Sigma, All Saints, Sigala, We Are Scientists, Black Grape, Peter Hook and the Light, Anne-Marie, Ordinary Boys and many more.

Chic Featuring Nile Rodgers perform at Bingley Music Live 2013, Myrtle Park, Bingley, 1st September 2013.

Headlining on Friday 2 September are Echo and the Bunnymen, who are set to deliver classic hits such as Nothing Lasts Forever, The Cutter, The Killing Fields and Bring On The Dancing Horses.

Joining them are the Lightning Seeds, with Ian Brodie and band with their popular hits like Lucky You, The Life of Riley, Pure and Three Lions.

Revellers will also be treated to a DJ set by Sigala, best known for his number one Easy Love which sampled ABC by The Jackson 5 and hits Sweet Lovin’ and recent single Say You Do featuring Imani Williams who will also be making an appearance.

There will be a special slot dedicated to David Bowie where a number of acts will perform their favourite David Bowie track.

Saturday sees multi-Brit Award winner Tinie Tempah headline the main stage. Following his stellar performance at last weekend’s T in the Park, crowds can expect to see him perform mammoth hits such as Pass Out, Wonderman, Written In The Stars and the Jess Glynne guest track Not Letting Go.

Multi-platinum selling drum and bass duo Sigma are guaranteed to start the mass sing-alongs with their anthemic hits Nobody to Love, Changing co-written with 2015 BML artist Ella Eyre, Glitterball and Coming Home featuring Rita Ora.

Saturday also features former Joy Division bassist Peter Hook and his band who make a welcome return with classics such as Blue Monday and Love Will Tear Us Apart.

Canadian band Barenaked Ladies will air their array of super pop hits like One Week, Brian Wilson, If I had a $1,000,00 and the theme tune to the hit America comedy The Big Bang Theory.

Sunday’s line up includes a return for BML’s 2008 headliners Happy Mondays members Sean Ryder and Bez who will bring a dose of tracks from their Black Grape outfit. The band are most noted for their outrageously clever It’s Great When You’re Straight Yeah album with hits such as Reverend Black Grape and Kelly’s Heroes.

Also appearing on Sunday are We Are Scientists who are regarded as one of the best festival acts on the circuit.

Multi-Brit and MTV Award winning All Saints will join the party on the Sunday night with their huge hits – Under The Bridge, Lady Marmalade, Pure Shores, Black Coffee and the second biggest selling girl group track of all time Never Ever, making the band a must see.

Concluding the festival on Sunday will be one of the biggest acts to hit the UK music scene in the ‘90s, Travis, who are once again at the top of their game following the long awaited return to the British musical landscape.

As well as tracks like 3 Miles High and Animals from their new album expect to hear classics such as Sing, Writing to Reach You, Side, Flowers In The Window, Driftwood and anthem of all anthems Why Does it Always Rain on Me.

A tiered ticket system is in place this year, which means the sooner people buy tickets, the cheaper the price. Tier 1 weekend tickets are now getting low so organisers are urging people to buy soon before stock runs out.

Coun Sarah Ferriby, Executive Member for Environment, Sport and Culture, said: “This year’s line up is amazing. With so many great acts across all three days, I’m sure people will have difficulty in choosing which day to get tickets for.

“With the Tier 1 tickets running low I would urge people to get their tickets bought sooner rather that later.”

To see the full line up for both stages visit www.bingleymusiclive.com. Tickets are available on-line via Ticketline on the BML website and at other local outlets.

 

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