This weekend at The Crofters Rights | What's On Bristol

This weekend at The Crofters Rights | What's On Bristol

Posted on: 07 Feb 2020

Expect stellar live and DJ sets this weekend across three events at The Crofters Rights.


Despite developers' best efforts, Stokes Croft remains a hub for Bristol's vibrant music scene. If you're after nothing more than a good pint and a proper party in the city this weekend, get yourself down to one (or all) of these three unmissable events going down at The Crofters Rights.


Soul Shake & Friends pres. Monika Taneska | Friday 7 February


After a tough few weeks in January we've all earned a bit of a knees-up. The Soul Shake crew understand this better than most, and as such, they've enlisted the services of in-demand DJ Monika Taneska to carry you through 'till the early hours of Saturday.


Expect the very best in house, techno, garage and more from start to finish, courtesy of Taneska and the accompanying Soul Shake residents.

Monika Taneska at The Crofters Rights.

Caswell live | Saturday 8 February


Described by Wonderful Magazine as "stunningly soulful, hypnotising and brooding", Caswell arrives in Bristol on Saturday evening for her first-ever appearance at The Crofters Rights.


Caswell and her live band are undoubtedly one of the most exciting young live acts in the UK at the moment, and they'll be joined on the night by acclaimed Bristol-based outfit Swallowfall.

Caswell live at The Crofters Rights.

Rye Wax Takeover #4 | Saturday 8 February


Rye Wax are back again this weekend for their fourth headline outing at The Crofters Rights, bringing with them their signature no-holds-barred, no-genre-too-west, no-line-they-won't-cross style.


After three succesful editions of the Rye Wax takeover in the last three years, the Peckham-based store have packed up as many tunes as they can carry for this one. Expect more b2b2b2b madness from the likes of MSSS, Rachael, Andrzej and more.

Rye Wax Takeover #4 at The Crofters Rights.

For more information on The Crofters Rights or to find out what else is coming up in 2020, head to their website.

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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