Audiences can expect to witness some of the sharpest social commentary possible to hear in the UK right now.
The whole of the centre of town was swept up by the newly located festival.
Having migrated into central Bristol from its former outpost at Ashton Court, Brisfest has morphed into Brisfest Soundscape, a celebration of the ludicrous amount of...
Troublesome northern pair Sleaford Mods hit Bristol in pissed-off fashion.
Sleaford Mods bring lyrical matters of bad drugs, Weetabix, toilets and unemployment to Bristol's Exchange this May.
Bunty brings the multi-sensory experience of Multimos to Bristol' Trinity.
A much needed female presence on the reggae scene, Bunty hits Trinity this April.
The Bristol Jazz & Blues Festival book only the finest artists to entertain the good people of Bristol who are a musically astute, discerning...
The music press just can't get enough of Ibeyi at the moment, we caught their show at The Louisiana.
Ibeyi's gig at The Louisiana will be a chance to witness two talented musicians exploring themes of loss, separation and ancestry.
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