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Bingley Music Live is Set to Sell Out

Bingley Music Live weekend and Saturday tickets have now sold out and are going fast for the Friday and Sunday.

Tickets for this year’s Bradford Council-run festival at Myrtle Park, on 1-3 September are disappearing fast, so anyone not wanting to miss out on Friday’s or Sunday’s performances needs to act now.

Big hitters Manic Street Preachers, who played last weekend at Carfest North, top the bill for Friday 1 September. They are joined by Newcastle four-piece Maximo Park and Glasgow’s Twin Atlantic. Sunday 3 September features The Wombats, Feeder, Soul II Soul, Badly Drawn Boy and Little Comets. There is also a chance to see up and coming breakthrough acts throughout the weekend on the Discovery Stage.

Saturday’s sell-out line up includes Kaiser Chiefs, Pete Doherty, Milburn and Sundara Karma.

It is not expected that there will be any tickets left to buy at the gates on the day, so anyone thinking about going to the festival is strongly advised to buy now in advance. In the unlikely event that there are tickets remaining they will be at a higher price than pre-booked ones – £45 for adults and £40 for children’s Friday tickets (the only children’s tickets which have not sold out).

Single day tickets are priced at £35 each for adults (plus booking fee) and £30 for children (plus booking fee). Tickets can be purchased online via the website bingleymusiclive.com, by ringing Ticketline on 0844 8889991. Adult day tickets are also available at Bingley Pool and Bradford and Saltaire Visitor Information Centres.

People can keep up to date on the event by following Bingley Music Live on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. #BMLive17

Coun Sarah Ferriby, Executive Member for Environment, Sport and Culture said: “This year’s stellar line up has seen a huge surge in ticket sales and we are likely to completely sell out soon. Anyone wanting to grab tickets for the Friday or Sunday needs to do it very soon to avoid disappointment.”

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