BML’s line up lights up with rising local stars
We’re currently in negotiations for our next big band announcement. So while we dot the i’s and cross the t’s of the contractual paperwork, we thought we’d give you a little teaser to keep you all chomping at the bit! Added to the line up over 31st August - 2nd September we can confirm two local bands; The Chevin and Ellen and the Escapades. Plus two more from further afield: Citizens! and Sadie and the Hotheads.
Taking to two of our three stages in Myrtle Park our new recruits join: Nero, DJ Fresh, The Pigeon Detectives, Hard-Fi, The Charlatans, Maverick Sabre, Delilah, Kids in Glass Houses, Katzenjammer, The Idiot B*stard Band, StooShe, Yes Sir Boss, Miles & Erica, Skinny Lister, King Charles and The Lancashire Hot Pots.
Bingley Music Live has firmly established itself on the festival circuit; impressing audiences and performers alike with its intimate, friendly atmosphere and professional organisation. The chance to really get up close and personal to your favourite bands is one of the event’s stand-out features, meaning that festival goers can get to the heart of the action.
The improved Raise the Roof stage will include a bigger tent, beefed-up production and a new musical policy to provide a point of difference to the main stage while maintaining a high calibre of bands. This year also see the introduction of a new third stage. Organised in association with the Musician’s Centre the new stage is dedicated to local acts and will focus on uncovering the latest unsigned talent.
BML benefits from its amazing venue, Myrtle Park, the perfect festival location. Set in a natural amphitheatre and bordered by stunning mature woodland near the pretty River Aire, first timers are always blown away by the beauty of this hidden gem. With its picturesque backdrop BML is a great destination for families wanting to share the festival experience. Not only is there space to chill out, there are specially organised kids activities in a dedicated family area.