Crazy P to headline Breaking Bread's debut Dance Sunday party

Crazy P to headline Breaking Bread's debut Dance Sunday party

Posted on: 03 Aug 2021

Expect more fine dining and smooth grooves on The Downs this weekend.


Breaking Bread have confirmed a lineup for the first edition of Dance Sunday, a new weekly event for the BS8 hospitality pop-up made possible by the government's recent removal of Covid-19 restrictions on nightlife venues.


Alongside Team Love co-founder Dave Harvey and frequent collaborator Christophe, the inimitable Crazy P collective will be taking care of headlining duties to complete a full night of carefree electronic music on The Downs this Sunday 8 August.


The Breaking Bread team have also announced a brand-new lunch menu for the Dance Sunday series, put together by Ben Harvey of Bianchis and Pasta Loco.



Opened initially in July 2020, Breaking Bread has been a hit with Bristolians in its first year, providing a unique dining experience for locals as well as a range of employment opportunities for the struggling hospitality industry.


Thousands visited the pop-up tipi village during its first stint, with a programme made up of guest kitchen takeovers, live music, live comedy, DJ residencies from local promoters and more.


Returning this year, the Breaking Bread team have unveiled a series of new additions to the complex, including refurbished events space The Pergola and brand-new restaurant concept Homegrown.


Now, following the UK government's nationwide removal of Covid-19 safety restrictions last month, Breaking Bread are launching their first full-scale events series, inviting a selection of renowned DJs and promoters to perform as part of weekly Dance Sundays.


Attendees can enjoy a specially-created lunch menu as part of the event before the music starts at 16:30. Across five courses, diners will be treated to a range of fresh, vibrant and locally-sourced dishes, with a full menu available to view here.


Tickets are available via Headfirst, and are bookable as Dancing only or Dining and Dancing packages, in groups of two, four or six people. 


For more information, or to find out what else is coming up this month, head to the Breaking Bread website.

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