Multiple venue changes announced for Bristol's 2018 Skyline Series

Multiple venue changes announced for Bristol's 2018 Skyline Series

Posted on: 12 Jul 2018

Skyline Series have announced a string of venue changes for their upcoming Bristol shows, moving the events away from St Philips Gate and into other venues across the city. See below for full details on all the announced changes as well as how to buy tickets for your favourite acts.

The updated Skyline Series lineup.

In a post on Facebook, the Skyline Series team explained that the venue changes were necessary due to minor delays with their St Philips Gate venue. They go on to state that

"for us, the guest experience is paramount and St Philips Gate won’t be ready in time to create the experience you deserve for Skyline Series. Our intention with Skyline Series is to utilise all of Bristol’s incredible music spaces over the coming years and following successful shows with Echo and The Bunnymen, The Jesus & Mary Chain, Peter Hook and The Light and UB40 we look forward to showcasing the rest of the series at both Harbourside Amphitheatre, Ashton Gate Stadium and SWX."

 

For a full rundown of venue changes as well as links to buy your tickets today, see our list below:

 

Future Islands, Friday 20th July. Moved to Ashton Gate Stadium (indoors). *GET TICKETS HERE*

Bristol Ska & Mod Festival, Friday 3rd August. Moved to SWX Bristol. *GET TICKETS HERE*

James Arthur, Friday 24th August. Moved to Harbourside - Lloyds Amphitheatre. *GET TICKETS HERE*

The Vamps, Sunday 26th August. Moved to Harbourside - Lloyds Amphitheatre. *GET TICKETS HERE*

Texas, Friday 31st August. Moved to O2 Academy Bristol. *GET TICKETS HERE*

Garbage, Friday 7th September. Moved to Ashton Gate Stadium (outdoors). *GET TICKETS HERE*

The The, Sunday 9th September. Moved to Ashton Gate Stadium (outdoors). *GET TICKETS HERE*

 


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Matt Robson

Having moved to Bristol from Cornwall in 2015, Matt recently completed a degree in Journalism at UWE. He is keen on a wide variety of musical genres, as well as taking an interest in art and illustration, producing his own work in his spare time. Matt makes the most of Bristol's diverse nightlife and attends live music and club nights regularly. Get in touch via email at matt@365bristol.com.