The Love Inn to reopen this weekend following 18 months of closure

The Love Inn to reopen this weekend following 18 months of closure

Posted on: 14 Oct 2021

Don't miss huge sets from Hodge, Ellie Stokes, Dave Harvey and more as the renowned Stokes Croft venue returns.


Popular bar and club venue The Love Inn has revealed a full lineup for its long-awaited Reopening Weekender, taking place across two nights this Friday 15 & Saturday 16 October.


A firm favourite on Bristol's electronic music scene thanks to its vibrant atmosphere and forward-thinking events programming, the venue has, until now, been unable to reopen following an extended closure during the coronavirus pandemic.


Tickets for the relaunch party, opening at 18:00 on Friday and 17:00 on Saturday, will be available entirely on the door - we advise getting down early to avoid disappointment.



Owned and operated by Bristol-based promoters Team Love, The Love Inn has been a staple of Bristol's nightlife scene since it opened in Stokes Croft in 2014.


The unique space has hosted an array of world-renowned DJs over the years, as well as acting as an incubator for emerging local artists and parties.


While the venue remained closed during successive coronavirus lockdowns, the team were busy at work operating their pop-up events and hospitality project, Breaking Bread, on The Downs.


Now, The Love Inn is set for a spectacular comeback party, featuring sets from a selection of leading Bristol DJs across two unmissable nights in BS2.


Livity Sound signee and respected producer Hodge tops a Friday night lineup that also features A For Alpha, Alya L, Em & Stav, Glances and Ido Plumes.


The following night, Team Love co-founder Dave Harvey will be kicking things off before handing over to Chez De Milo, Ellie Stokes and Jamie Tiller.


After an almost-18-month hiatus, The Love Inn is guaranteed to come back with a bang this weekend.


For more information, or to follow news and updates from the venue team over the coming weeks, head to their Facebook page or find them on Instagram.

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Matt Robson


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