REVELLERS planning to visit Bingley Music Live this weekend are being advised to buy tickets in advance if they still need them.

Organisers have warned that those bought on the day will be more expensive and with only ten child weekend tickets still available, advance purchase is the only way to ensure disappointment is avoided for those still needing them.

Visitors have also been advised to prepare for changeable weather as the forecast is for mixed conditions over the weekend.

Younger visitors will also need ID, as anyone who appears to be under 21 will be refused service at the bars without it.

Tickets which have been bought but have not arrived by post can be picked up from the on-site ticket office, for those with a confirmation and reference number.

Councillor Andrew Thornton Bradford Council’s executive member for sport and leisure said: "At less than £50 for over 50 acts Bingley Music Live is one of the best value festivals around. This year’s line up has some really big names and also some fantastic up and coming artists.”

Headliners for this year’s festival include Pet Shop Boys, Example, Shed Seven, Nick Mulvey, Gaz Coombes (from Supergrass), Naughty Boy, MNEK, Gorgon City and Simon and Oscar of Ocean Colour Scene.

Front men Dave McCabe of The Zutons and Ian Skelly of The Coral will also get together to form a 'superband' in homage to record label boss Alan Wills who founded the Liverpool-based Deltasonic record label and signed the bands, both of which have played at the Myrtle Park festival in previous years.