North Yorkshire Music Festival Unveils 2021 Line Up
Canada Fields Park will be home to the North Yorkshire Music Festival. It’ll run between 13th and 15th August and feature live entertainment, and a variety of attractions. There’ll be a whole host of street food and drink on offer too.
And while its opening night celebrates the sound of Ibiza, music lovers can also enjoy performances from other musical genres.
Club classics take centre stage on Friday. Judge Jules, who was once voted the best DJ in the world kicks things off. And Danny Rampling and Grammy-nominated K-Klass will also control the decks. Also performing are Lost in DJs and 20 piece orchestra Ibiza in Symphony. Their musicians and vocalists will end the night, along with a stunning pyrotechnics display.
Those attending on Saturday can enjoy performances from headliners Toploader. They’ve sold more than 2 million albums, and also performed at festivals such as Glastonbury, T in the Park and V-Festival. The Hoosiers will also take to the stage, best known for hit songs ‘Worried About Ray’ and ‘Goodbye Mr A’. Pop rock band Lawson, who enjoyed a string of top ten hits including ‘When She Was Mine’ and ‘Juliet’ also play.
And Saturday’s line-up will also feature North East talent. With West End star Zoe Birkett and singer-songwriter Will Jennison, along with popular tribute artists Re-Take That, Coldplay UK, Proud Tina and Voulez 2.
“A variety of entertainment”
Sunday is Family Day with a variety of entertainment for all ages. Hosted by CBBC stars Sam and Mark, the day includes performances from the Military Wives Choir and a visit from the official Peppa Pig.
Animatronic dinosaurs and hatchlings will put on a show during Dino Live. And music fans can enjoy their favourite pop singles from tribute acts Ariana Live, Mac*Busted and Little Fix.
And those who want to immerse themselves in the festival experience can camp at the site over the weekend.
Paul Waite, CEO at ISG is confident there is something for everyone across the three-day event. “We are delighted to be hosting some incredibly talented DJs and artists in Northallerton this summer, which I hope will give everyone something to look forward to,” he said.
“It’s fantastic to have the opportunity to showcase some northern talent alongside our big-name acts. And it’s certain to be a great weekend.”
Tickets for North Yorkshire Music Festival are now on sale, priced at £30 for Friday, £35 for Saturday and £20 on Sunday, with camping and parking tickets also available. To book, or for more information, visit northyorkshiremusicfestival.co.uk