This year will see the will see the first ever “Ritual Union presents” all dayer


Following the recent announcement of the multi-venue event Ritual Union in March 2024, Bristol Sounds will see the first ever “Ritual Union presents” all-day event, on Sunday 30 June 2024. With Crosstown Concerts promoters Simon Bailey and Richard Walsh bringing the multi-venue Ritual Union energy to the Bristol Harbourside, Sunday will see an all-day indie rock event at Lloyds Amphitheatre, headlined by American nineties icons, The Breeders.

With their volatile mix of hooky pop and experimental tangents, The Breeders shaped the early-90s alternative rock revolution and have forged a resolutely independent path ever since. 'Cannonball' basslines and a punk rock attitude will ensure this won't be the band's last splash in Bristol waters. One of the leaders of the new psych-influenced garage rock scene that erupted in California in the late 2000s, Ty Segall will support with a catalogue as prolific as it is diverse to the Bristol harbourside.

The marvellous Squid will support, fresh from two nights at Bristol’s SWX earlier this year. Teeming with melodic epiphanies and layered sounds, Squid’s second album O Monolith is a musical evocation of environment, domesticity and self-made folklore, and makes for a truly energetic live performance. Further main stage acts and a second stage line up will be announced shortly.


Tickets for this show go on sale at 10 AM on Friday 8 December 2023.