Established in 2019, following the cancellation of the Bingley Music Live in the same year, having programmed the previous 3 years, we launched Bingley Weekender to fill the gap left void and to keep talent rocking and rolling through Bingley, including brimming and bustling local talent.
The festival is held over 3 days at the Bradford & Bingley Rugby Club, just a short walk from the previous Myrtle Park site and the previous location for camping. With boutique feeling, the festival is curated not just for festival regulars, but a festival that all the family can attend and is a marker in the calendar as one of the final festivals of the summer.
“The first Bingley Weekender, in a new venue, despite everything being stacked against them, was an incredible success that SSD Concerts and Bradford & Bingley Rugby Club should be proud of. I’m expecting next year to be bigger and better, with even more punters attending. The Bingley Phoenix has arisen!”
Mo Modern Magazine
“£90 for a weekend ticket, it firmly sits in the bracket of “absolute bargain”. It’s great to see live music can still be found at affordable prices.”
Get Into This
In 2019, the line up featured headliners Ocean Colour Scene, Doves and James who were well received, and support by IDLES, Tom Grennan, Echo & The Bunnymen, Billy Bragg, Miles Kane and many more.
Venue: Bradford & Bingley Rugby Club, Bingley
Dates: 30th August - 1st September 2019
Artists: Ocean Colour Scene, Doves, James, IDLES, Tom Grennan, Circa Waves, Echo & The Bunnymen, Billy Bragg, Miles Kane, Ten Tonnes, The Night Cafe, Anteros, The Snuts, The Blinders, Marsicans, Twisted Wheel, Louis Berry, James Walsh, Kawala, King No-One, Catherine McGrath, Only The Poets, Sports Team, Zuzu.