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Have a great Aire Do this month!
Rising stars of the national music scene play on the same bill as leading local bands at this month's Aire Do.
The Cliffe Castle event hosts number one dance act Rudimental and singer-songwriter Jake Bugg on Saturday July 28.
Then on Sunday July 29 there are T-Rex, glam rock and Rihanna tribute acts slong with a host of acoustic performers.
The Aire Do, now its seventh year, is Keighley Town Council's free-admission open-air music festival.
This year the organisers of the successful Beat Herder Festival have arranged the three headline Saturday acts.
These include DJ duo Rudimental, who recently gained a UK number one with Feel the Love.
The dubstep experimentalists are described as one of the most promising new acts to emerge in electronic music for some time.
Nottingham singer-songwriter Jake Bugg, who is influenced by Oasis, The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix and Bob Dylan, is a veteran of Glastonbury Festival and BBC radio playlists.
Finally, The Milk is described by a Beat Herder spokesman as "a very tight and skilled act full of live energy".
The spokesman added: "We are presenting the best of local talent alongside what are the best and most exciting new acts in the UK.
"All the three acts are are very different in terms of style, it's going to be a very eclectic end to the Saturday."
"Jake Bugg is everyone's favourite and never off the radio and guest on the recent Jools Holland Show, as a teenager he really is fantastic."
The Saturday line-up on the main stage, beginning at noon, includes (in order) Revolt, Can't Kill the Heat, Halycon Days, Keep the Drummer Happy and Foxes Faux.
Scheduled for 4.30pm is goth rock queen Anne-Marie Hurst, from Skeletal Family and Ghost Dance, performing with her band.
Saturday also features the Musicians Centre stage, from 1.20pm to 7pm, with local acts Dawn Chorus, Samantha Binns, Tia, BNA and Rosie.
Aire Do organisers say the Sunday concert, running from noon to 6pm, has a 70s feel with The Glam Rocks, the T Rex Experience and the Bar Steward Sons of Val Doonican.
The main stage opener on Sunday is Keighley woman Amy Harper with her popular Rihanna tribute act ReAnna.
Sunday also features the Acoustic Sundae marquee, hour-long performances beginning at 1pm with award-winning songwriter John Palmer and "ace" guitarist Nick Settle.
Also performing will be leading Sheffield folk band Jack's Rake (2.20pm) and The Sail Pattern with their "raucous broadside of folk" (5pm).
Both days' concerts will be compered by stand-up comedian Chris Brooker. There will be a third stage on both days, hosted by Jam on Top, featuring varied acts.
Sunday will begin with a Jubilee Carnival Parade to Cliffe Castle, leaving Church Green at 11.30am. People can join in with the Jamba Samba band, floats and dancers.
The Aire Do ties in with Woodfest, at Cross Roads, tomorrow and Saturday. Aire Doers can camp at Woodfest on Friday and Saturday nights for £3, and travel by bus between the sites on Saturday for £2, or from the camp to the Aire Do on Sunday.
* More details on the Aire Do, including performance times, are available at keighley.gov.uk by typing "aire do" into the search box.