Editors to join Doves, Calvin Harris at Bingley festival

Zutons, Toploader and Undertones already confirmed to play

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Editors have been confirmed as headliners of the Bingley Music Live festival.

The band will play their slot on the Sunday (September 6) of the Yorkshire bash, which will also see performances from Doves, Calvin Harris, Reverend And The Makers and The Futureheads.

The event takes place at Myrtle Park on September 4-6.

The Bingley Music Live line-up is:

The Undertones
Toploader
Doves
The Zutons
Ocean Colour Scene
The Sunshine Underground
Detroit Social Club
The Moons
Editors
Calvin Harris
Reverend And The Makers
The Futureheads
VV Brown
White Belt Yellow Tag


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