Four new acts announced for Skyline Series in Bristol this summer

Four new acts announced for Skyline Series in Bristol this summer

Posted on: 14 Feb 2018

An exciting new series of music events are coming to Bristol this summer. Skyline Series is to host a slew of live performances in new spaces throughout June to September 2018.

***Get Tickets Here***

They have just announced four new acts for the Bristol shows this summer at St Philips Gate. The acts are; Echo and the Bunnymen, Bananarama (cancelled) James Arthur and Garbage.


Tickets for the new acts are on sale from 9am Friday 16th February, we will add prices and links once we have received them.

Skyline Series Bristol 2018

The famous bands join the likes of UB40 on Saturday 23rd June, Future Islands on Friday 20th July, Texas + Imelda May on Friday 31st August and The The on Sunday 9th September.


Skyline Series aims to be more than just live music. Each event will feature an unique food village Each event in both cities will feature a unique food village containing an exciting variety of the finest local street food purveyors and innovative pop up restaurateurs from across the UK.


There will be plenty of full service draft bars to quench festival thirst which will be complimented by specialist VIP bars featuring local and craft beer, wine, bubbles and creative cocktails for all tastes supplied by local drink artisans and brands.


Click below to buy tickets:


 Friday 22nd June 2018: Echo & The Bunnymen Bristol tickets


Saturday 23rd June 2018: UB40 Bristol tickets


  Friday 20th July 2018: Future Islands Bristol tickets


Sunday 22nd July 2018: BANANARAMA CANCELLED


Friday 24th August 2018: James Arthur Bristol tickets


 Friday 31st August 2018: Texas and Imelda May Bristol tickets


 Friday 7th September 2018: Garbage Bristol tickets


 Sunday 9th September 2018: The The Bristol tickets



Article by:

Hannah Moll

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.