Weekend Tickets for Bingley Music Live have now completely sold out! Limited day tickets are still available.

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Day tickets for Bingley Music Live 2018 now on sale

Day tickets have been released today (Friday, 29 June) for Bingley Music Live at Myrtle Park, which will be headlined by Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds.

Due to record sales for the three-day event on 31 August and 1 and 2 September, organisers have made the decision to make day tickets available earlier than in previous years.

Day tickets go on sale in conjunction with the release of day-split schedules – revealing which of the impressive line-up will be gracing the stages Friday to Sunday – which allow prospective festival goers to plan their weekends.

Hotly anticipated headliner slots have now been unveiled with Friday night boasting Britpop sensations Shed Seven who are more than qualified to start the party after an explosive comeback year in 2017.

Supporting Shed Seven across Friday’s line-up are Gomez, The Sherlocks and The Lightning Seeds, among others.

Topping Saturday’s bill is fiery anthem maker Jake Bugg, who finds himself sharing a stage with a tour de force bill of huge proportions with The Cribs, PiL, Rat Boy, Melanie C and Spector all joining him on the Main Stage throughout the day.

Saving the best for last, Bingley Music Live ensures the show will have an explosive finale as Noel Gallagher and the High Flying Birds make a landmark headline appearance at the festival on Sunday night.

The Oasis legend comes to Bingley after a hugely successful 2017 which saw his critically acclaimed album ‘Who Built The Moon’ reach number 1 in the album charts.

Before Sunday’s Main Stage line-up builds to what is surely an unforgettable crescendo, festival goers can also delight at sets from Ride, Peace, Marmozets and Pulled Apart By Horses.

Day tickets for Friday at Bingley Music Live are now available for £45 for Adults and £30 for Children. Saturday / Sunday tickets are priced at £55 for Adults and £30 for Children.

Full weekend tickets for the festival are also still available although organisers warn that they are extremely limited after a record-breaking sales year for the festival with well over half the weekend tickets selling out just a week after the initial line-up announcements.

Cllr Sarah Ferriby, Bradford Council’s Executive Member for Healthy People and Places, said: “We anticipate the weekend tickets will be sold out very soon so we urge anyone wanting to see the whole line-up to purchase their tickets as soon as possible. For those who can’t make the whole weekend, the day tickets are a good option.”

Tickets can be purchased at www.bingleymusiclive.com.

Event organisers have also revealed a further wave of acts joining Bingley Music Live’s discovery stage, making for an even fuller weekend of music.

Joining the bill in Bingley’s final wave of act announcements are Pale Waves, No Hot Ashes, Nick JD Hodgson and The Brummies.

Also returning for 2018 is the BML emerging talent competition; winners have now been revealed with Ego Stages opening the main stage on Saturday and Critical Reaction opening it on Sunday. On the discovery stage, lucky winners Glue open Saturday and Kilnsey Green takes on Sunday.