Groove Armada are playing the Harbourside this weekend

Groove Armada are playing the Harbourside this weekend

Posted on: 26 Jul 2022

Another fantastic lineup is coming to Bristol Harbourside this summer.

 

Bristolians really are spoiled for choice this summer when it comes to great live music – we’ve had Bristol Sounds, Bristol Beacon Presents & concerts at the Harbour Festival (just to name a few).

 

Now, that collection grows even larger with Bristol’s next huge outdoor music event – Siren.

 

Siren is taking place over two days – this weekend, Friday 29th and Saturday 30th – and offers a star-studded lineup.

Tickets for Saturday have already sold out, but there are still a few still remaining for Friday – which will see Groove Armada headlining as part of their final live UK tour, celebrating the 25th anniversary of their first musical debut with their largest ever show in Bristol.

 

Supporting Groove Armada is Huey Morgan – the former frontman of legendary American rock/hip-hop band Fun Lovin’ Criminals – as well as globe-trotting London DJ Scarlett O Malley, and DJs from Saffron – a gender inclusivity initiative who run their own record label.

And don’t eat beforehand – Siren is offering some truly mouth-watering catering options, like Beetbox’s flavour-packed veggie and vegan offerings: falafel Buddha bowls, lentil curries and more – with ethically sourced coffee alongside.

 

Joining Beetbox are Burger Bear, serving up their “monstrous” dirty burgers and fries, and Spice is Right are bringing chicken tikka flatbreads – featured on the Hairy Bikers – alongside their delicious homemade dhesi grub.

Finally, if you need something to wash all that down with, craft beer heroes Bristol Beer Factory will be on-site, stocked up with goodies like Independence, Badlands, and the ever-popular North Street Cider. And those with dietary restrictions, don’t worry – all their brews are gluten-free and vegan!

 

Tickets for Siren are £40, with two tiers of discount for group bookings of 4 or more people – one of which is almost sold out. You can get tickets through Siren’s website.


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Patrick Bate

Patrick is a filmmaker with so much Bristol in his blood the white blood cells are graffiti'd. Educated at the Northern Film School in Leeds, he’s returned home to be a Videographer and Reviewer for 365Bristol and BARBI. When he’s not messing about with cameras, he enjoys playing guitar, spending far too much time on tabletop RPGs, and being an awful snob about cider.