Sequences Festival returns to Bristol this Saturday at a brand new venue

Sequences Festival returns to Bristol this Saturday at a brand new venue

Posted on: 01 Oct 2021

The rescheduled event is set to showcase some of the very best bass-driven music the UK has to offer.

 

Ever-popular all-day party Sequences is returning to Bristol this weekend, with renowned local promoters The Blast ready to bring the festival to the city's open-air Lloyds Amphitheatre on Saturday 2 October.

 

Due to take place in July, Sequences' summer edition was postponed due to ongoing uncertainty regarding the coronavirus pandemic. Three months later, though, organisers are finally ready to host a day of innovative electronic music.

 

While general release tickets have completely sold out, there are a limited number of resale tickets available - find out more and get yours here

World-renowned duo Chase & Status are certain to provide an unmissable headline set on the day, joined by the likes of DJ Marky and GQ, a huge Critical Soundsystem showcase, influential DJ, producer and Titan Records boss A.M.C and many more.

 

Festival organisers and established bass music connoisseurs The Blast will be taking over the Second Stage, bringing together an array of talented artists including Shamboom, Georgia, K Stylz, Koast, Jaydrop and TS2W.

 

Attendees will be required to provide either proof of a negative lateral flow test (through the NHS app or NHS email/SMS) OR proof of double vaccination (either on the NHS App Covid Pass or EU Covid Passport or equivalent) to gain entry.

 

Doors open at 14:00 and close at 22:30 with acts playing throughout, Sequences promises to be a real highlight of 2021 for underground music fans in Bristol.

 

For more information on Sequences, or to follow updates, head to the festival's Facebook page


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Article by:

Stanley Gray

Stan is a born and bred Bristolian, recently graduated from studying English Literature in Sheffield. His passions are music and literature and spends the majority of his time in venues all over the city immersing himself in Bristol’s alternative music scene. A lifelong Bristol City fan, Stan’s Saturday’s are spent watching his team both home and away.