In a double whammy for fans of the festival, not only are the Myrtle Park faithful set to see the return of James, but tickets are to be frozen at last years prices of an incredible £49 for three days of international acts with the option to pay by installments for those that are quick off the mark.
James are the first headliner to ever be asked to play the festival a second time after a poll on the festival’s social media saw them voted the band most people would like to see return to the festival that has earned itself the reputation of being the ‘North’s Last Party of Summer.’
James need little introduction, since forming in Manchester in 1982, James’s enduring creativity and musical legacy has made them one of the most influential British indie bands. Amongst 20 Top 40 singles in the UK, James’ anthemic hits include: ‘She’s A Star’, ‘Laid’, ‘Born Of Frustration’, ‘Sometimes’, ‘Getting Away With It (All Messed Up)’, ‘Come home’, ‘How Was It For You’ and ‘Sit Down’ and are behind some of the biggest hits in the past 30 years selling millions of albums worldwide.
Their 13th studio album La Petite Mort was released last year to critical acclaim and hailed as one of the “Best Albums of 2014” by The Guardian featuring the singles ‘Moving On’, ’Frozen Britain’ ‘Curse Curse’ and “All I’m saying”, all mainstays on BBC6 Music.
In a career spanning over 3 decades, top 10 albums like ‘Gold Mother’, ‘Seven’, ‘Laid’, ‘Whiplash’ and ‘Millionaires’ have contributed to over 13 million worldwide album sales and have helped to build one of the most intensely loyal fanbases in the business. Famed for their incendiary live performances,
James can be sure of an ecstatic reception on their return to Bingley Music Live.
Tickets are now on sale at £49 for adult weekend tickets and £34 for child weekend tickets plus booking fee.
Bingley Music Live website: http://www.bingleymusiclive.com
James website: http://www.wearejames.com