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Bingley Festival..

August 3 - August 6
Hi Sienna

HI SIENNA are a female-fronted, alternative-pop band from Manchester, UK. Their unique song-writing, infectious melodies and boisterous live performances captivate audiences from start to finish.

Formed in late 2019, they bounced onto the scene with their debut single, Favourite Thing, headlined Manchester’s Deaf Institute and supported Scouting For Girls at the O2 Ritz.

Lead singer PoppyJo’s unique vocals are often compared to the likes of Cerys Matthews and (a very manc) Bjork, with the band mostly taking influence from the 80’s and 90’s music scene and their Manchester roots.


Emerging from Wigan, a small industrial town just outside Manchester in the North of England, Stanleys are the next in a long line of illustrious musicians to emerge from the town. Bands and artists ranging from George Formby Senior and Junior to The Verve, Starsailor to The Lathums are proud to call Wigan home, eventually taking their poignant songwriting across the rest of the country and Stanleys are set to follow in their footsteps.

Perhaps there’s something about hearing a regional accent singing in full flow that’s endearing, or their jangly riffs and subtle drum beats reminiscent of other great North West bands such as The Smiths or The La’s. Some would argue the recognisable relatable stories told by front man Tom Concannon is the focal point of the band, with Jake Dorsman (guitar), Harry Ivory (bass) and Rob Hilton (drums and backing vocals) completing the line up. But ultimately, it is a combination of all these things that have seen Stanleys make their mark on the North West scene so quickly.


BERRIES are a London based trio who have been gaining increasing recognition for their incendiary blend of Rock, Grunge and Indie sounds. Their debut album ‘How We Function’ is out now on Xtra Mile Recordings.

The Sheratons

The four mates from Leeds portray a sound characteristic of their age, exuding tongue in cheek short stories about culture and life. From rock anthems to feel good melodies The Sheratons proudly express their individual and collective talents to make refreshing yet relevant music. 
 Since The Sheratons formed they have caught the well respected ears of BBC 6 DJ Steve Lamacq, Radio X DJ John Kennedy and industry legend Alan Mcgee. To add to their acclaim BBC Introducing DJ’s Alan Raw and Jericho Keys have taken a keen liking to the band, pushing The Sheratons to the frontier of the UK’s up and coming music scene. They have also been tipped off for success by This Feeling playing in London for their “Big in 2022”, with stellar sets at Y Not Festival, Isle Of Wight Festival, Bingley Weekender and Gateways Festival backing up the claims.


Dirty Blonde are a fierce female alternative duo comprising members Ailis Mackay (vocals, guitar) and Hayley Tait (guitar, backing vocals).

Hailing from the North West of England the duo have quickly gathered pace as one of the most exciting new acts right now and were praised as ‘one of the most exciting acts to come though Radio 1’s Future Alternative’.

Adept at delivering storytelling arena ready anthems, Dirty Blonde live shows are a must see. The girls have the ability to address each crowd uniquely whilst playing tightly honed songs with heavy riffs leaving everyone wanting more. It’s clear to see why they are growing such a dedicated fanbase in such a short space of time, shaping 2023 up to be a busy year ahead.

Liam Fender

Newcastle-based musician Liam Fender’s genuine, intuitive and articulate songs are proof that music truly can be a calling. “I haven’t chosen to do this,” he says. “It’s just in my DNA.” If you’ve joined the dots between Liam’s surname and his place of birth you may think he’s onto something with his point about DNA, but his earthy, honest songs showcase an artist in his own right, with Love Will Conquer just a small taste of what’s to come. Liam describes his style as post-industrial romance, taking lyrical and thematic cues from the likes of Richard Hawley. “There’s a distinct sense of a bygone era,” he says, “but in all that you find real people, real voices and real stories.”

Abbie Ozard

Refining her talents as a songwriter and vocalist at Manchester’s BIMM, Abbie Ozard was catapulted into the public consciousness after signing with Liverpool based Modern Sky Entertainment UK.

The continued successes across fan engagement, media coverage and musical development caught the attention of London based independent label House Anxiety – home to Genesis Owusu, Bad Boy Chiller Crew and carpetgarden. Previous acclaimed signees include King Krule, Courtney Barnett and Vagabon.

Since the signing, Abbie has spent the summer of 2021 writing and recording in London with Will Bloomfield, recognised for his work with Alfie Templeman. During this period, she has developed a more mature sound – evolving beyond the confines of her bedroom-pop origins, without losing any of her infectious spark. The first taste of this new era is set to be revealed in late 2021, laying the groundwork for a defining 2022.


Alternative Pop outfit Hourglvss create a sound that purposefully lives in the divide between fantasy and reality. Citing inspiration from artists such as Wendy and Lisa, Depeche mode, Confidence Man and Self Esteem. Hourglvss tell tales of love and loss with hypnotic vocals, intoxicating harmonies while displaying a forceful sense of groove and drama that transverses through Pop and Clubland.

The Band have received great support from BBC INTRODUCING & BBC 6MUSIC with HUW STEPHENS calling ‘Cool Reaction’ – “An Undisputed Pop Banger” and BBC WALES Adam Walton stating “the best from every Era”

The band are currently producing new music, “expect heartbreak, happiness and late night feelings as we explore the realms of love, pain, mental health, vulnerability, and youth through an electro girl pop lens.”


TRAMPOLENE were formed in 2014 in the green, green grass of Swansea, South Wales, by handsome local enigma Jack Jones the self styled ‘dole-queue Dylan Thomas’, who met bassist Wayne Thomas when he tried to bum a fag off him outside a chip shop in Fforestfach.  Following the swathe cut by Welsh heroes The Manic Street Preachers and Super Furry Animals TRAMPOLENE have composed a clutch of extraordinary songs that speak of the ordinary existential struggle of a stony broke dreamer armed only with a loud guitar and an overdue library book.

TRAMPOLENE  have toured continuously, with stand out supports for Liam Gallagher, The Libertines, Kasabian, Buzzcocks, Peter Doherty, Reverend & The Makers, The Enemy, Pretty Vicious, Catfish & The Bottlemen and Carl Barat & The Jackals. In 2018 the band played their biggest headline tour to date including a sold out night at The Scala in London and appeared at BBC Biggest Weekend, Truck Festival, The Great Escape, Y Not, Victorious, Cotton Clouds and Kendall Calling festivals. During 2019 the band tour with the Sherlocks and Kasabian and in 2020 toured with the Libertines and Sherlocks.  2022 saw TRAMPOLENE open the prestigious Swansea Arena in Wales and so far in 2023 TRAMPOLENE have played two tours of the UK, February (Independent Venue Week) and April (Sold-out shows in Swansea/London/Manchester/Bristol), they will also be playing Summer Festivals accross the UK and Europe.

Dea Matrona

Dea Matrona was formed in 2018 by school friends Mollie McGinn and Orlaith Forsythe. The wave of support started through the band’s viral busking videos with over 8 million views on YouTube. The band have had 2 singles reach No.1 on the U.K iTunes Rock Charts



  • Access to the music arena FROM THURSDAY 3RD – SUNDAY 6TH AUGUST 2023

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Weekend Adult Ticket (Age 16+)

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  • Camping from THURSDAY 3RD – SUNDAY 6TH AUGUST 2023 (4 Nights)
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Adult Camping (Age 16+)

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Live In Vehicles (Motorhomes, Camper vans) No caravans.

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  • Access to the music arena ON THURSDAY 3RD AUGUST 2023 ONLY

Adult Thursday Day Ticket (Age 16+)

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  • Access to the music arena ON FRIDAY 4TH AUGUST 2023 ONLY

Adult Friday Day Ticket (Age 16+)

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Child Friday Day Ticket (Age 6-10)

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  • Access to the music arena ON SATURDAY 5TH AUGUST 2023 ONLY

Adult Saturday Day Ticket (Age 16+)

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Teen Saturday Day Ticket (Age 11-15)

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Child Saturday Day Ticket (Age 6-10)

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  • Access to the music arena ON SUNDAY 6TH AUGUST 2023 ONLY

Adult Sunday Day Ticket (Age 16+)

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Teen Sunday Day Ticket (Age 11-15)

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Child Sunday Day Ticket (Age 6-10)

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August 3
August 6


Bingley Festival
Myrtle Park, Myrtle Grove
Bingley, BD16 2LQ
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