Bingley Music Live 2014, Myrtle Park – Friday, August 29 – Sunday, August 31 | Events
Bingley Music Live are proud to announce their final line up for this year’s three day festival, and it is safe to say the festival have gone BIG. This not to be missed festival is kicking off on the 29th of August and ending on the 31st. Now in their 8th edition, Bingley Music Live have made sure that the very best in emerging new music are joined by world famous names such as the man himself Example, the legendary Pet Shop Boys, which is a real score for Bingley as it is the only UK festival appearance for the six times Grammy Award-nominees as part of their Electric World tour. Also added to the line up are Nick Mulvey, Womens Hour and the Mispers. As you can see, Bingley have really risen to the challenge this year, and brought you one heck of a line up.
Not only is the festival jammed with some of the biggest names on the current music scene, but Bingley is proud to be celebrating the twentieth anniversary of Brit Pop with acts like Shed Seven, former Supergrass frontman Gaz Coombes, and Simon and Oscar from Ocean Colour Scene as they perform some amazing acoustic versions of some of the band’s greatest hits. Showcasing the best in emerging music this year, Bingley are bringing you names such as the incredible rising MNEK who is now getting some well deserved attention – as a star who is about to blow up – by just about everyone in the music industry, and Jess Glynne, the singer who has appeared on Clean Bandit’s and Route 94’s massive number one singles.
Bringing some electrifying guitar music to the stages include The Strypes, Catfish and the Bottlemen, Eliza and the Bear, Dexters and the Mispers. There are also some real class acts on the line up this year including pop vocalists Chloe Howl, Bipolar Sunshine and Young Kato. Singer/Songwriters Nick Mulvey and Charlie Cunningham also join John Lennon McCullagh on the bill. Representing the best and latest in the current urban and dance scenes is the incredible Naughty Boy as well as Gorgon City, Etta Bond, and Joel Compass.
So can you really put a price on the experience of all these amazing acts? Well actually yeah you can, as Bingley Music Live are charging £49 for all of this, which probably makes them the best value for money festival in the country. Do not miss out on this incredible hidden gem of a festival and head over to www.BingleyMusicLive.com for tickets and more information on the festival and line up.
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