What's On: Strange Brew release December events programme

What's On: Strange Brew release December events programme

Posted on: 23 Nov 2021

Catch Danielle, Cousin Kula, Avon Terror Corps and more on Fairfax Street during the buildup to Christmas.


Popular city centre venue Strange Brew have unveiled their full December 2021 events programme, set to showcase a vibrant mix of live and club music as we approach the festive season.


Bristol-based live acts and DJs are joined on the lineup by an impressive selection of daytime events, including a Creatives Market and a Record Fair at Strange Brew's in-house record store, Planet Caravan.


Tickets for Strange Brew's full December programme are available now via Headfirst.



Opened in September 2020 after well over 18 months of planning and fundraising, Strange Brew was heralded among the Bristol music scene last year as a much-needed addition to the city's dwindling selection of small venues.


Owners and operators Dirtytalk are aiming to establish Strange Brew as a hub for underground music in Bristol, complementing its performance space with a listening bar, record store and cafe.


December on Fairfax Street will kick off with a BIMM Showcase on Wednesday 1, before bringing cult record label The Trilogy Tapes to BS1 for a night of forward-thinking electronic music courtesy of Josey Rebelle, founder Will Bankhead and Bristol's own Danielle.


A diverse live offering will see acclaimed Bristol outfit Cousin Kula appear on Saturday 4 December, with Newcastle band Hen Ogledd, Avon Terror Corps, Iceman Furniss Quartet and Tara Clerkin all set to feature before the end of the year.


A busy festive schedule launches on Friday 17 with Idle Hands' Christmas Party, followed by a Christmas Creatives Market, a Christmas special from local drag favourites Slaughterhaus, and three bar nights featuring Strange Brew residents.


2021 will be brought to a close with a Dirtytalk x PLU New Year's Eve special at Strange Brew, with a full lineup yet to be released. 


For more information, to browse a full programme or to book tickets for any of the above events, head to Strange Brew's website or find the venue on Headfirst.

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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.