Bingley Music Live 2012 add even more headliners

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Bingley are adding even more fantastic acts to the ever increase line up.

BML set to keep you ‘up all night’ with Razorlight 
Joining Bingley Music Live 2012 expanding line up this week, will be our final main stage headliner RAZORLIGHT alongside Martha Reeves & The Vandellas / Space / Black Spiders / We Were Evergreen / Jake Bugg.
More acts will be announced mid June, with the final announcement of our main stage acts on July 16th when we can reveal this years very special guests!
 
In addition to the Main Stage and vastly developed Raise the Roof stage there will be a brand new Musicians Centre stage – a dedicated platform for local, unsigned talent. 

BML 2012 - so far : RAZORLIGHT / Martha Reeves & The Vandellas / Space / Black Spiders / We Were Evergreen / Jake Bugg / NERO / Kids In Glass Houses / Katzenjammer/ King Charles / Skinny Lister / THE CHARLATANS / DJ Fresh live  / The Pigeon Detectives / Maverick Sabre / Hard Fi / Delilah / Stooshe  / Miles & Erica  / The Lancashire Hotpots / The Idiot B*stard Band / Yes Sir Boss / The Chevin / Citizens! / Sadie & The Hotheads / Ellen And The Escapades / Ballyhoo Eventide / Foxes Faux / Ti Amo / The Coopers / The Simon Pollard Band / Tom Savage & The Hash Mafia / Den Miller / Control is Dead / Bearfoot Beware / Return to Ajustrel / Small Words / Talking To Strangers / All too human / Down The Machine / Deadwall / Dan Audio / Eskimo Fandango / Lunar Coup / Joe Tilston / Gods of Hellfire
In addition to the Main Stage and vastly developed Raise the Roof stage there will be a brand new Musicians Centre stage – a dedicated platform for local, unsigned talent. 


With its picturesque backdrop BML is a great destination for families of all ages wanting to share the festival experience. Not only is there space to chill out there are also a whole host of kids play and fun activities, graffiti art, hair straightening/braiding face painting, bespoke traders and a real ale bar to keep you happy.
With over 15,000 happy revellers per day for three glorious days of diverse music and at just £45 for a three day ticket Bingley Music Live is the steal of the festival season.

Published on 12 June 2012 by festivaldave

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