Live Music Highlights this week in BristolPosted on: 11 Dec 2017
There is, as always, loads going on this week in terms of live music in Bristol, and it can occasionally be hard to choose where to invest that ticket money. We have done the hard work for you and narrowed it down to a few key events you don't want to miss this week!
The Fleece Presents a night of local music; five incredible acts from all over the South West. THE BIG MASSIVE ORCHESTRA return to the Fleece with their unique blend of classical instruments and electronic influences.
To headline the show they have bought a large collective in Drum and Bass, Kings of the Rollers (Bladerunner dnb b2b Serum Dnb b2b Voltage) hosted by Inja at Lakota.
Folk Around Fishponds (FAF) is an acoustic folk club run by live music enthusiasts that meet every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month at The Cross Hands in Bristol.
This midweek rave at Blue Mountain costs only £1 and will be playing the finest of DnB, Jungle and UK Garage tunes.
To celebrate the 50th Revinyl Session and just over 2 ½ years in the game, they have gone all out inviting a wicked string of artists down to contribute their wax collections to this landmark session at The Plough, Easton. The event is free.
Part of punk-rock mega week at Exchange, it is set to be a huge show!
Taking over the Fleece with a full live band, Manchester’s 9-piece Hip Hop collective are back in Bristol.
With a Jazz, Folk and Hip Hop infused sound, this show is sure to be a creative wonder.
It’s been 16 years since Shed Seven’s last record, but fans can now look forward to the release of their anticipated album later this year. To support the forthcoming album, ‘The Sheds’ will embark on an extensive UK tour in December. The indie band, known for top 40 singles like ‘Chasing Rainbows’ and ‘Disco Down’ will play classic hits and new material at their live dates.
To follow the release of their fifth album later this year, The Darkness is proud to return once again to the stages of our sceptered isle! Showcasing their trademark mix of relentless rifferama, effortless haute couture, ridiculously loud noises and bright things that flash on and off, this will be a glorious night for every die hard rock and roll fan.
An evening of dub, roots and steppers to raise money for Feed The Homeless Bristol. Entry is free and donations welcome.
Bristol Roots Syndicate & Dub Encounters present a unique night of dub with two of the best roots sound systems in the UK going head to head at the Trinity Centre.
The titan of dubstep is back with a huge show at The Marble Factory.
Venue TBA. This night is sure to be a dance lovers heaven. With sounds ranging from minimal techno to acid house and dubs.
An evening host to a slew of sounds. From violin to beatboxing, it will showcase a unique blend of genres and instruments.
A big line up of punk bands, will see the Exchange partying till the early hours.
Bristol's weekly Reggae session is back - the perfect way to spend a Sunday.
Hannah recently graduated with a degree in English with Writing. She is an avid writer, freelancer and creative. She is currently writing her first full-length novel and a collection of poetry. Always out and about in Bristol's music scene, she attends music events on a weekly basis.