Midland, HAAi, Josh Caffe + more confirmed for Motion Pride afterparty

Midland, HAAi, Josh Caffe + more confirmed for Motion Pride afterparty

Posted on: 14 May 2021

LGBTQ+ party purveyors Bitch, Please! return to Motion with some of the UK's most in-demand DJs.


Motion, Bristol Pride and promoters Bitch, Please! have confirmed a lineup for their official 2021 Pride afterparty, with Midland and HAAi topping a huge lineup to coincide with the long-awaited reopening of Bristol's biggest club venue.


Working under current UK government guidelines that state indoor spaces will be permitted to open from 21 June onwards, Bristol Pride organisers have set to work on a two-week events programme running from Saturday 3 - Friday 16 July.


Tickets for the party, set to take place following Pride Day celebrations on Saturday 10 July, are on sale now and can be found here.



After such a long time away from the dancefloor, renowned Bristol party starters Bitch, Please! are ready to make a triumphant comeback with this year's Pride afterparty, their first full-scale event since 2019.


Alongside world-renowned headliners Midland and HAAi, expect stellar sets from DJ and Paranoid London vocalist Josh Caffe, London-based DJ and radio host Jaye Ward and Bitch, Please! resident Suze Rosser.


Attendees will also be treated to a huge Tunnel takeover from new LGBTQ+ drum & bass promoters Unorthodox, featuring sets from a selection of established and emerging Bristol-based DJs.



Committed to creating a safe space for all individuals to attend their events, Bitch, Please! and the venue team will be adopting a zero-tolerance policy towards behaviour that doesn't support their ethos.


Tickets for the official 2021 Pride afterparty are on sale now but are moving fast, with Early Bird and First Release tickets completely sold out. Find out more and get yours here.


For more information on Motion, or to find out what's coming up this summer as the venue starts to reopen, head to their website.

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Article by:

Matt Robson


Editor - 365Bristol.com & LOUD Magazine

Matt is a Journalism graduate and writer, passionate about supporting Bristol music, art and independent business. Get in touch via email at matt@365bristol.com.