Bingley Festival takes place this year from Friday 4th August through to Sunday 6th August.
Organisers urge music fans to purchase tickets quickly to avoid disappointment as they anticipate a sell out year.
Nearly Noel Gallagher's High Flyin' Birdz
The most authentic tribute to Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds with a full five piece band: lead guitar, bass, keyboards, percussion and of course acoustic guitar and vocals!
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Jake Bugg's incredible ascent began in 2012 when his self-titled debut album entered the UK charts at number one (aged 18, making him the youngest British male artist ever to achieve this), going on to sell double platinum and get shortlisted for the UK Mercury Music Prize. And with three further UK Top 10 albums, it seems his fans have still got the bug for his music.
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Kate Nash is a multi-instrumental recording artist from London. With a platinum selling album and a BRIT Award tucked firmly under her belt, Kate is known across both the music and fashion industries as a forthright songwriter, unabashed feminist and front row style icon. Nash's biggest musical influences include grunge band Hole, and riot grrrl group Bikini Kill, crediting front woman Kathleen Hanna as her idol.
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Former Stone Roses frontman pursuing his groove-edged funky solo career. The monkey man of Britpop is still flying high while those around him have crashed and burned; Ian's stars have never burned brighter.
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Formed in 2002 around lead singer Johnny Borrell, Razorlight quickly became one of the key bands of the new millennia, selling 4 million albums, winning the 2005 NME New Band Award, nominated for two BRIT Awards and two NME Awards ‘Best Band’ and ‘Best Album’ in 2007.
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From the unlikely beginning of a toilet paper factory in Wakefield to touring the world and notching up three Top 10 albums in the UK, The Cribs are masters of addictive, wiry indie pop suss. Since 2002 the Yorkshire men have produced passionate anti-hipster anthems including ‘Men's Needs’, ‘Mirror Kissers’ and ‘Hey Scenesters!’.
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Veterans of the UK indie pop scene who led the way for bands like Coldplay. Fran Healy and the boys hit the big time with their award winning multi-million selling 1999 album 'The Man Who...', containing the hits including Driftwood and Why Does It Always Rain On Me and have continued to release new material throughout the Noughties.
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James Bay is an artist and songwriter from Hitchin. Only in his early twenties, he has already grasped a mature gravelled vocal. His influences include Corrine Bailey Rae, Bill Withers, Adele and James Taylor. Relying on his creative strengths as a guitarist and songwriter, Bay weaves together lyrical guitar work with pop-hook melodies, for a fresh take on the Rock/Pop genre. He’s been called “a folksier Ed Sheeran”, but also has a lot in common with fellow acoustic songwriter George Ezra.
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The Liverpool band known for their big, ballsy anthems brimming with urgent saxophone and meaty riffs; swampy rhythms and pop to jump around to. The Zutons scored two Top 10 hits with Why Won’t You Give Me Your Love? and Valerie which went on to become one of Amy Winehouse's biggest hits produced by Mark Ronson. On hiatus since 2009, The Zutons members have each continued their own impressive careers. Dave McCabe released an album under his solo moniker ‘Dave McCabe And The Ramifications’ in 2015, whilst bass player Russell Pritchard is a part of Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds. The original line-up reunited in 2016.
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The four-piece indie band who have been dubbed as 'Nu Madchester' and who claim to be channeling the 'spirit of Spike Island'.
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Cian Godfrey, AKA Somebody's Child, started his musical journey at the age of 5, playing the piano at his family's apartment in Paris. Upon moving back to Ireland he started writing songs to tell his own stories, often reflecting upon mental health issues and his experiences of growing up in Dublin. A groundbreaking voice in the Dublin music scene, Somebody's Child has fast become one of the hottest prospects in Ireland having accumulated millions of streams and significant support.
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Forming her passions at a young age, and having penned her thoughts to songs for over a decade, Lizzie's desire to express herself through music hasn’t faded. Finding influence in Wolf Alice, Beabadoobee, and Radiohead, she’s keen to blow the lid off any one sonic box.
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