A CIRCUS skills workshop and photo booth are among the other diversions on offer at this year's Bingley Music Live festival.
As well as 55 music acts, including Pet Shop Boys, Example, Shed Seven, Gaz Coombes, Naughty Boy and Gorgon City, the Bradford Council-run event will boast a host of stalls and children's attractions.
Younger festival-goers can this year enjoy a larger area of the site, which will feature a wide range of play equipment and activities, such as circus skills workshops, a rodeo bull and 'Spider Mountain' climbing equipment. There will also be free face painting, arts and crafts and den-building activities. This area will also be manned by festival staff.
There will also be stalls selling goods ranging from vintage clothing and jewellery to a piercing studio or photo booth, which will have a prop box for dressing up.
Councillor Andrew Thornton, executive member for Sport and Leisure, said: "This year's BML has a host of attractions for all the family and promises to be bigger and better than ever."