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20OCT

Arizona’s Courtney Marie Andrews is coming to Bristol on Wednesday 27 October

The US singer-songwriter kicks off her UK and European tour next week in support of her GRAMMY nominated album Old Flowers.   Acclaimed musician and poet, Courtney Marie Andrews, is playing Bristol St George’s next Wednesday.   Fresh...
20OCT

Heavy Metal in Bristol: November 2021 at The Gryphon

If you’re a metal fan living in Bristol, it’s likely you’ve seen a live show at The Gryphon - a first port of call in the city for real ale and hard-hitting live music.   The Gryphon's live calendar is...
19OCT

Covid wipes out 1 in 3 music jobs, UK Music reports

The industry-funded body is calling on the government to boost recovery from the pandemic with tax incentives and employment boosting measures.   In a report published today (Tuesday 19 October), UK Music has revealed that Covid-19...
19OCT

What’s On: Halloween events for all the family in Bristol 2021

Halloween isn’t just for the kids, but Bristol has got an array of exciting events going on over the half-term to get them into a spooky mood.   From pumpkin patches grown with elephant poo to creepy children’s plays, there’s...
18OCT

What’s On: Halloween parties in Bristol 2021

Celebrate spooky season in style at one of Bristol's best-loved venues.   Halloween 2021 is just around the corner, with venues, revelers, promoters and DJs alike all buzzing for a non-socially distanced celebration of all things terrifying.   After...
18OCT

Imarhan announce March 2022 date in Bristol

Catch the Tuareg frontrunners renowned for their raucous live shows in Old Market, BS2.   Imarhan has announced a gig next spring (Tuesday 15 Match) at esteemed Bristol venue Exchange.    The Algerian outfit will...
15OCT

Craig Charles is bringing his festive Funk & Soul party back to Bristol this Christmas

The renowned Radio 6 DJ's popular Funk & Soul party will be given a festive shake-up on Saturday 18 December.   Craig Charles is set to bring his unmissable festive Funk & Soul special back to Bristol this Christmas, taking...
15OCT

Bristol Radical Film Festival returns for its 9th edition this month

The event celebrates the work of political, activist, and experimental filmmakers.   Bristol Radical Film Festival's latest programme will hit screens at Trinity Centre later this month (Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 October) as...
14OCT

The Love Inn to reopen this weekend following 18 months of closure

Don't miss huge sets from Hodge, Ellie Stokes, Dave Harvey and more as the renowned Stokes Croft venue returns.   Popular bar and club venue The Love Inn has revealed a full lineup for its long-awaited Reopening Weekender, taking place...
14OCT

Indie mainstay Baxter Dury is coming to Bristol next month

The musician will play The Marble Factory on Tuesday 2 November to kick off a limited four date tour.   The poetic voice of the desperate and depraved, Baxter Dury, is heading to Bristol at the start of November. After a dismal couple of years...
14OCT

The Sherlocks announce March 2022 date in Bristol

Indie Rock band, The Sherlocks, have announced they’ll be playing Bristol on 3 March 2022 with tickets on sale tomorrow (Friday 15 October).   The Bolton-upon-Dearne band will be playing The Marble Factory as part of a massive UK tour...
13OCT

Britpop icons Suede are heading to Bristol next month

The band are going back on the road to celebrate 25 years of their seminal 1996 album, Coming Up.   Suede, who rose to prominence as part of the Britpop movement that gripped the country during the 1990s, are performing at Bristol’s...
13OCT

The West Bristol Arts trail is returning this weekend

Local creators will showcase their work to the public for free.   The annual West Bristol Arts trail will return this weekend (Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 October) to celebrate the work of artists living in Clifton, Clifton Wood,...
13OCT

Catch Bristol-based band Damefrisør at The Exchange this weekend

The five-piece, fresh from the release of their new single, ‘Do You Think I’m Special?’, are playing the Bristol venue on Saturday 16 October.   Bristol Post-Punk band, Damefrisør, will be at The Exchange on Saturday...
12OCT

Sam Fender is coming to Bristol as part of a huge Autumn/Winter tour

The fast-rising singer-songwriter is on course for his second Number One album with his sophomore release, Seventeen Going Under.   Geordie musician Sam Fender is preparing to embark on an extensive Autumn/Winter tour of the UK &...
12OCT

Milo’s Planes, Modern Rituals and The Rothmans to launch joint EP at The Lanes

The trio of bands are playing the venue on Sunday 17 October to celebrate their limited-run, joint release EP.   Noise rockers Milo’s Planes, Modern Rituals and The Rothmans will be playing The Lanes on Sunday 17 October to...
12OCT

Tonight: Bristol & Bath Rum Distillery are launching a new events series with Blackbox

Don't miss a huge collaboration between Dead Man's Fingers and the renowned Bristol promoters.    The Bristol home of Dead Man's Fingers spiced rum, the Bristol & Bath Rum Distillery, is hosting a huge launch party...
11OCT

Report links close to 90,000 UK nighttime economy job losses to the pandemic

The Night Time Industries Association (NTIA) is pushing to raise awareness of the cultural sector's huge contributions to the UK economy.   A new report released today (Monday 11 September) has revealed around 86,000 jobs have been...