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Bingley Music Live

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Bingley Music Live
GenreRock, alternative rock, indie rock, pop music
DatesFriday, Saturday and Sunday at the end August
Location(s)Bingley, England, United Kingdom
Years active2007 - Present
Websitebingleymusiclive.com

Bingley Music Live is an annual music festival held in Myrtle Park, Bingley, West Yorkshire, England. The festival features a range of musical genres including rock, alternative rock, indie rock and pop music. Organised by City of Bradford Council, it is held on the Saturday and Sunday and since the 2009 event, also on the Friday at the end of August, with one of the days having free admission. First held in 2007, it was shortlisted in the ‘Best New Festival’ category of the Virtual Festival Awards.[1][2] The ethos of the event is to present high quality music at an affordable price and give a platform for local bands from across West Yorkshire to a large audience.[3]

History

Crowds are entertained by a performance from Feeder at Bingley Music Live: 2011
Crowds are entertained by a performance from Feeder at Bingley Music Live: 2011

Bingley Music Live evolved from a previous event at the same venue called Music At Myrtle. Music at Myrtle was first held in 1991, had free admission, and featured headline performances by tribute acts and bands from the 1960s and 1970s, such as The Searchers, Alvin Stardust, local band Smokie, Suzi Quatro, Showaddywaddy, Hot Chocolate, Edwin Starr and Boney M.

In 1998, it became a two-day event with the addition of The Pulse Party in The Park (external link). Programming for the Party in the Park was by local radio station, Pulse FM and featured contemporary pop acts, such as Rachel Stevens, McFly, Liberty X, Busted and Gareth Gates. In this format, it continued successfully for eight years.

In February 2007, it was announced that the event was to be cancelled because of escalating costs, shrinking audiences and a decline in support from the music industry for this type of event.[4] Bradford Council took on the sole responsibility for organising the event giving it a new identity as Bingley Music Live in September that year.[5]

In 2009 the format was a free family night followed by a ticketed Saturday and Sunday lineup.[6]

2007

Saturday 1 September Line Up - Free Admission

Sunday 2 September Line Up - Ticketed day

Saturday Sunday

2008

Saturday 30 August Line Up - Ticketed day

Sunday 31 August Line Up - Free Admission

Saturday Sunday

2009

Friday 4 September - Free Admission

Saturday 5 September / Sunday 6 September - Ticketed

Friday Saturday Sunday

2010

Friday Saturday Sunday

2011

Friday Saturday Sunday

2012

Friday Saturday Sunday

2013

Friday Saturday Sunday

2016

2,3 and 4 September.[7]

Friday Saturday Sunday

2017

1, 2 and 3 September.

Main stage

Friday Saturday Sunday

Discovery stage

Friday Saturday Sunday
  • Tom Grennan
  • The Pale White
  • Dead Pretties
  • Lea Porcelain
  • The Big Moon
  • Stevie Parker
  • Tigercub
  • Anteros
  • Fangclub
  • The Old Pink House
  • Shimmerband
  • The Harriets
  • The Orielles
  • Muncie Girls
  • Get Inuit
  • Island
  • Neon Waltz
  • Tom Walker
  • Marsicans
  • Able's Army

2018

31 August, 1 and 2 September.

Main stage

Friday Saturday Sunday
Jake Bugg Shed Seven Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds

References

  1. ^ BBC Bradford & West Yorkshire
  2. ^ Virtual Festival Awards 2008 Archived 30 October 2007 at the Wayback Machine.
  3. ^ Community Pride June 2008 Local free paper produced by Bradford Council
  4. ^ Davies, Ali (21 February 2007). "Plug pulled on big music festival". Bradford Telegraph and Argus. Retrieved 24 August 2017.
  5. ^ The Telegraph and Argus 1 September 2008.
  6. ^ The Telegraph and Argus 10 June 2009.
  7. ^ "2016 poster blue". bingleymusiclive.com. Retrieved 24 August 2017.
  8. ^ "Day Planner - Bingley Music Live 2017". bingleymusiclive.com. Retrieved 24 August 2017.

External links

This page was last edited on 7 November 2018, at 11:11
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