The Fleece’s regular live music event Scouting Sessions is back in OctoberPosted on: 19 Sep 2022
Each month, The Fleece presents a whole day and night of brand new music acts from in and around the Bristol area.
The next Scouting Session event takes place on Sunday 2 October between 14:00 and 22:15.
Those attending can expect a packed day of diverse and exciting local music with as many as ten acts scheduled to play throughout the day.
Tickets for the October Scouting Session are £8 in advance and can be found here.
Next month, The Fleece presents ten artists from around the South West performing at the venue for the first time. The mini-festival will kick off with indie group Honeybuzz at 14:15.
Next up will be Wiltshire-based five-piece Here Come The Crows at 15:05, followed by a blues-jazz set from Two Floors Up at 15:55. South Wales indie-rock four-piece The Stray Pursuit follow at 16:45.
Indie pop newcomers Tawny Falls play at 17:35 with Bath-based four-piece Paperboy performing at 18:25. Then, as proceedings move into the evening, gloomy psych-rock band Holy Reptile (pictured below) playing at 19:15.
Moving onto the final three groups; Bristol punk band Underbliss play at 20:05 and skate punk group Brislingtonez take to the stage at 20:55 before grunge-metal trio Incursion round off this epic night of music at 21:45.
Each of these bands has a unique code that attendees can enter at the checkout – visit their respective social media pages to find out more.
These ten exciting acts will have the chance to play at one of Bristol’s longest-running music venues. The former Victorian wool hall has seen some of the world’s most prominent artists take to the stage: from Radiohead to Oasis, Amy Winehouse to Queens of The Stone Age (see video below), Ed Sheeran to Coldplay.
The October Scouting Session takes throughout the day on Sunday 2 October, with tickets available now for £8 – entry at the door will be £10.
Buy your ticket here.
For a comprehensive look at what’s coming up at The Fleece, head to the venue website now.
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.