This article was published in 2011.

Organisers of Rock & Rail 2011 have announced that Steve Cradock, well known as a long standing member of Paul Weller's band and guitarist in Ocean Colour Scene, will be headlining the inaugural festival this June.

Rock & Rail is a new 3-day festival that will feature approximately 40 bands and musicians performing live on and around the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway.

The event will feature many different styles of music and there will even be live music and bars serving hand-pulled ale on most of the historical steam trains servicing the event.

The venues are Oxenhope and Keighley stations, with the Jubilee Bar on board the train also offering live music.

Friday, 10th June (5pm - 10.30pm)

OXENHOPE: Sharp Darts, The Mexanines, Marmozets, You Had Me At Hello, and Ti Amo.
KEIGHLEY: State of Error, I Swim With Sharks, Paper Smiles, and Do Miss America.
JUBILEE BAR: Ben Peel and The Wool City Folk Club, Gaz Blackburn, Den Miller, and Tim Moon.

Saturday, 11th June (noon - 10.30pm)

OXENHOPE: Steve Cradock, OperatorSix, Talk To Angels, Middleman, Club Smith, Kava Kava, Kath and the Mighty Menace, Jack's aTTic, Penguin, and The 27 Club.
KEIGHLEY: Covered in Cool, Last Orders, Talking to Strangers, Monitor Rock, and Escort Knights.
JUBILEE BAR: Tom Hingley, Jasmine Kennedy, Silverlode, Adam Findlay, Louise Distras, Mr Gary C, and Matt Bentley.

Sunday, 12th June (noon - 7pm)

OXENHOPE: Anne Marie Hurst, Exoterik, The Yalla Yallas, Sounds of Swami, Kill To Gain, Propane Penny, and Pray For Hayden.
KEIGHLEY: Silence Rises, My First Addiction, Andy Doonan and the Lightwalks, and Keep the Drummer Happy.
JUBILEE BAR: Ann Drury, Changing Horses, and Miranda Versus The Crok.

Tickets for Rock & Rail are available to buy now.