Love International Festival release full 2019 music schedule

Love International Festival release full 2019 music schedule

Posted on: 17 Jun 2019

The fourth edition of the much-loved Love International Festival is just over two weeks away, and Bristol-based organisers Team Love have just revealed the full 2019 music programme. Find all the info below, including acts and set times at all the stages, as well as a night-by-night rundown of what's to come at Barbarella's open-air nightclub and this year's boat parties.

Barbarella's at Love International Festival.

Having already announced a huge lineup that includes the likes of Peggy GouJoy OrbisonShanti CelestePeachBen UFOGerd JansonDJ Harvey and many more, Love International Festival have just released a free download of their 2019 schedule, including a stage map, set times, boat party programme and the all-important Barbarella's timetable.


Kicking things off on Wednesday 3rd July at the main festival site will be the South West-based Viscera crew, with London-based DJ Moxie headlining the first night at the Beach Stage. Renowned label Percolate will be hosting the first night at Barbarella's, and they've gone all out for the club's opening party, inviting Young MarcoPeachK&F and Raw Silk to provide the soundtrack until 6am.


From there the lineup will be spread across seven more full days and nights of music and six main stages, including The Garden, the Beach StageSunrise Sessions, the Olive GroveThe Terrazza and, of course, the infamous Barbarella's Discotheque. You can check out the full schedule here, including stage times, boat party details and a full Barbarella's schedule, opening with the aforementioned Percolate party on Wednesday 3rd July and closing with an all-night Horse Meat Disco set on Tuesday 9th.


Tickets for Love International Festival 2019 from 3rd-10th July are still available in limited numbers and can be found here. For more information on the festival or to follow updates, visit their official website or check out their Facebook page.

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Matt Robson

Having moved to Bristol from Cornwall in 2015, Matt graduated from UWE with a degree in Journalism in 2018. He's 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 gigs and club nights regularly. Get in touch via email at