BRADFORD City Park is set to ring out to the sounds of a rich and varied international music line-up in this July’s Bradford Festival.

The programme covers rock, pop and indie, rock n’ roll, folk, Gypsy, bhangra, country and western, soul, funk, brass, jazz , Panjabi, Turkish and Latin music.

Hailing from Dublin, emerging Irish band The Eskies will bring their unique brand of folk noir, Gypsy jazz, and sea shanty to the Bradford Festival’s main stage.

English indie-pop band from Canterbury, CoCo and the Butterfields bring their crowd-pleasing live act which showcases music from their first four EPs. Since their inception in 2012, CoCo and the Butterfields have spent much of their time on the road, touring the UK and Europe, selling out headline shows and featuring at many major festivals.

Multinational gypsy folk band, The Odd Beats, bring a blend of Turkish folk and irresistible Balkan dance beats with hints of Greek rebetiko and other world music flavours to the Bradford Festival.

Up-and-coming indie folk band Huw Eddy & The Carnival from Leeds will light up the main stage in Centenary Square with energetic songs with vocal melodies that tug at the heartstrings.

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