Nick Mulvey, Woman's Hour and The Mispers complete Bingley Music Live bill

Nick Mulvey, Woman’s Hour and The Mispers complete Bingley Music Live bill

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Bingley Music Live have announced their final lineup for 2014! This hidden gem of a festival, now in its eighth year, has ensured the very best of new talent have joined global stars like Example and the legendary Pet Shop Boys.

Nick Mulvey, Woman’s Hour (currently on a European tour supporting Metronomy) and The Mispers, are included in the final additions to this year’s incredible Bingley Music Live – probably the best value for money festival in the country at just £49 for three days!

The festival boasts its biggest ever lineup for 2014. The Pet Shop Boys attendance is a real coup for Bingley Music Live as it is the only UK festival appearance for the six times Grammy nominees in their five mainland UK dates of their Electric World Tour.

Not only jam packed with some of the biggest acts of today, Bingley Music Live is celebrating the twentieth anniversary of Britpop with acts like Shed Seven, former Supergrass frontman, Gaz Coombes, and Simon and Oscar from Ocean Colour Scene as they deliver amazing acoustic versions of some of the band’s greatest hits.

The very best of new talent is represented this year with acts like MNEK who is on an incredible rise and recognised by just about everyone in the music industry as about to blow up stellar, and Jess Glynne the singer behind two of the biggest hits of the year having appeared on Clean Bandit’s and Route 94’s massive Number Ones.

Guitars are back at Bingley with a charge led by The Strypes, Catfish and the Bottlemen, Eliza and the Bear, Dexters and The Mispers, whilst The Selecter add some class heritage to the lineup that includes pop troubadours Chloe Howl, Bipolar Sunshine and Young Kato. Singer Songwriters Nick Mulvey and Charlie Cunningham now join John Lennon McCullagh on the bill.

The best of the current urban and dance scenes are represented with Sam Smith partner Naughty Boy making an appearance as well as Gorgon City, Etta Bond, Joel Compass.

The festival even has the changeovers covered with sets from Ultimate Power, legendary music journalist Simon Price, Pet Sounds, and Bingley stalwart Joel Young, whilst Goldblade frontman John Robb will compere the event.

The full lineup can be seen at

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