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25JUN

Last few tickets remaining for the return of Love International Festival from 3rd-10th July

The return of the world-renowned Love International Festival is almost upon us, with an all-star cast of some of the world's best electronic music artists set to descend on the Adriatic coast for the fourth outing of the Bristol-run party....
25JUN

US rockers Beartooth announce UK headline tour to open at Bristol's O2 Academy

Ohio-based hard-rock outfit Beartooth have announced plans for a huge UK headline tour for early 2020, kicking off with a show at Bristol's O2 Academy on Monday 24th February.  Formed back in 2012, Beartooth have been honing their hardcore-punk...
25JUN

The Criterion to host St Paul's Pub Quiz on Thursday 27th June

Much-loved St Paul's pub The Criterion is ready to host a St Paul's Quiz Night on Thursday 27th June. Taking place from 8pm-10pm, entry costs just £1 per person - respond to the pub's Facebook event listing to reserve your...
24JUN

Bristol City 2019/20 Championship fixtures released

Bristol City will be back in action in just a few short weeks, with another Championship season getting underway in which they'll be looking to mount another challenge for promotion to the Premier League. Kicking off with a home match against Leeds...
24JUN

Bristol Rovers 2019/20 League One fixtures released

Bristol Rovers will be back in action in August, kicking off another season in League One away at Blackpool on Saturday 3rd August. After an up-and-down season last time out Rovers may be looking to push for the play-off places this year, but they face...
21JUN

DogFest returns to Bristol this weekend!

The UK's biggest and best day out for dogs is back this weekend as DogFest sets up on the grounds of Ashton Court Estate on Saturday 22nd & Sunday 23rd June!  Now in its sixth year, DogFest promises to be a weekend full of fun...
21JUN

Sample some of the finest Indian cuisine in Bristol at The Mint Room

Renowned across the city as one of the best Indian restaurants in the area, The Mint Room is firmly established among Bristol's dining frontrunners. Opened back in 2014, the restaurant has since become a staple of the food scene in the Clifton area. This...
21JUN

Look no further than Shotgun Barbers for a top-quality haircut in Bristol

It takes a lot to beat that contented, satisfied feeling of having the ol' barnet trimmed. A snip here, a trim there and you come out feeling and looking like a million quid. Of course, though getting the prerequisite short, back and sides represents...
21JUN

Arnos Vale Cemetery to host special late-night screening of Blade Runner on Friday 28th June

Sci-fi classic Blade Runner will get a special late night screening at Arnos Vale Cemetary in Bristol on Friday 28th June 2019. Back by popular demand, there's no disputing the fact this film is a classic. Released in 1982, directed by Ridley...
21JUN

Bristol Concert Orchestra to perform a concert of timeless American classics at St George's on Saturday 29th June

Four legendary American composers will get some of their most famous works performed by the marvellous Bristol Concert Orchestra at St George's Concert Hall on Saturday 29th June 2019. It's line-up of pure, unadulterated Americana - not...
20JUN

WIN two tickets to this year's Woodspring Wings Air Show with 365Bristol!

The much-loved Woodspring Wings Model Air Show is returning to Yatton next month, bringing with it another showstopping display of some of the world's most advanced model aircraft carrying out mind-bending stunts and tricks. The good news doesn't...
20JUN

Tickets still available for Rhod Gilbert's November show at the Bristol Hippodrome

Welsh comedian Rhod Gilbert will hit Bristol Hippodrome to spread his unique and inimitable brand of mirth across two dates at the venue, first on Thursday 27th June and then again, later in the year, on Friday 29th November 2019. Undoubtedly...
20JUN

Avery's to host New World wines masterclass next Wednesday 26th June

Glasses at the ready everyone. Those bastions of bottles of the fine, fermented grape (that'll be wine, then) at Avery's in Bristol will be holding a masterclass in the very best of New World wines on Wednesday 26th June 2019. Historically,...
20JUN

Pop-up community shop opens in St Paul's ahead of 2019 Carnival

A selection of the St Paul's Carnival organisers and members of the local community came together this morning to open a Grosvenor Road pop-up shop, selling a wide variety of community-made products from handmade soaps to greetings cards, jewellery...
19JUN

Tickets now on sale for The Book of Mormon at The Bristol Hippodrome

The smash-hit musical The Book of Mormon is coming to The Hippodrome in Bristol from Wednesday 15th January 2020 until Saturday 1st February 2020. CLICK HERE TO BUY TICKETS Most know writers Trey Parker and Matt Stone as creators of the...
19JUN

Tommy Tiger plays free gig at Bag of Nails 23rd June

A few days ahead of his appearance at Glastonbury (Rabbit Hole stage, The Park, Saturday 4pm) Tommy Tiger brings his sound and vision spectacular to this well-loved Bristol institution Bag of Nails pub in Hotwells Bristol for a free gig on Sunday 23rd...
19JUN

Want to contribute your St Paul's Carnival photos to 365Bristol's new print magazine?

We are looking for photo contributions for our new free print magazine! The content is focused around Bristol nightlife and music, and we would love to see people's flicks captured from St Paul's Carnival 2019. So, if you are planning...
19JUN

Monthly Jam on the Hill session taking place next week at The Rising Sun pub

The Rising Sun's Jam on the Hill is back next week, taking place on the last Tuesday of every month and inviting the people of Bristol to jam in a friendly pub setting alongside a full back line of musicians. This month's event will be taking...