DJ sets from The Allergies, Big Jeff Johns + more coming up at The Lanes in May

DJ sets from The Allergies, Big Jeff Johns + more coming up at The Lanes in May

Posted on: 06 May 2021

Don't miss a series of top-notch DJ events at the popular city-centre venue.


The Lanes have unveiled an extensive musical programme for their courtyard space, inviting some of Bristol's top DJs and musicians for a series of takeovers running from Friday 7 - Sunday 16 May.


With decks, a soundsystem and a cosy seating area set up in their tucked-away outdoor area, the team are getting ready to welcome the likes of Big Jeff Johns, Slagheap, The Allergies and more in the coming days.


Tickets for the full series are on sale now via Headfirst, but are moving quickly, with three out of ten sessions sold out already.



After tomorrow night's (Friday 7 May) sold-out opening event hosted by Bristol-based party starters Psyched, The Lanes will be hosting a special Bag of Nails fundraiser on Sunday 9 May in support of the struggling Hotwells 'cat pub'.


From there, The Lanes will be serving up no-nonsense punk cuts when Big Jeff Johns & Slagheap take to the decks on Monday 10 May, before the Tara Clerkin Trio and Felix Drake headline on Wednesday 12.


Tickets for all of the above are still available in limited numbers, as well as later events hosted by Schwet (Thursday 13 May), Oh My Rosh & Friends (Friday 14), Ur So Emo (Saturday 15) and iconic Bristol hip-hop duo, The Allergies (Sunday 16).



The new additions to The Lanes' live outdoor programme come following a successful launch for the series in April, with Heavy Lungs, Boca 45 and Wax Music among previous headliners.


Alongside a stellar musical offering, the venue team will be on hand to serve up a wide range of drinks throughout each of their outdoor events, as well as freshly-made pizza courtesy of their in-house kitchen, Ray's.


For more information, to book your tickets or to find out what else is coming up at The Lanes, find the venue on Headfirst or head to their Facebook page.

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Matt Robson


Editor - & LOUD Magazine

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