Tickets on sale for Bristol’s major festivalsPosted on: 11 Jan 2023
As always, summer 2023 will see several brilliant music festivals take over the city and tickets are already flying out the door.
Early Birds and pre-sales are now available for Ritual Union, Dot To Dot, Tokyo World, and Love Saves The Day with other festivals such as Forwards yet to release tickets.
Read on for ticket details for all of Bristol’s best-loved festivals.
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Bristol’s first major festival of 2023 is Ritual Union, taking place at SWX, Rough Trade, Strange Brew and Dareshack on Saturday 25 March. Boasting a stellar lineup including indie rock band Porridge Radio, live techno group Scalping and Bristol noise rockers Heavy Lungs, this is shaping up to be one hell of a party.
Super Early Bird and Early Bird tickets have already sold out, but Tier 1 passes are currently available for £30 with a deposit option also available. Grab yours HERE.
The last weekend of May sees two massive festivals descend on the city. First, Love Saves The Day – Bristol’s largest music festival – takes over Ashton Court on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 May. No lineup has been announced yet for this one but it’s sure to be pretty special.
Early Birds for Saturday, Sunday and the Weekend are sold out but Tier 1 is available. Saturday tickets are priced at £49.50, Sunday at £45 and weekend passes at £79.50. Grab yours HERE.
Saturday 27 May also will see the multi-venue festival Dot to Dot Festival make its yearly return to the city’s top venues. As always, the event boasts a busy programme with sharp-witted Yorkshire outfit Yard Act, Canadian indie pop outfit Alvvays and Birmingham rapper Kofi Stone all booked.
Dot to Dot Early Bird and Second Release tickets are already sold out with the Third (and final) Release available for £33.75. Book yours HERE.
Next is the 5-day festival, Bristol Sounds. Taking place at Canons Marsh Amphitheatre between 21 and 25 June, organisers have already the lineup for three of the days. On Thursday 22 June, Jacob Collier plays followed by James on Friday 23 June with special all-day event, ‘A Beautiful Day Out’, featuring Levellers on Saturday 24 June.
Closing our list is one of the city’s favourite outdoor events, with over one hundred urban and dance music artists heading to BS5’s Eastville Park. Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 September as thousands of music lovers head to Tokyo World for a weekend of partying.
Tokyo World Tickets are still on first release with day tickets priced at £34.50 and weekend tickets available for £59.50. Purchase yours HERE.
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Stan is a born and bred Bristolian, recently graduated from studying English Literature in Sheffield. His passions are music and literature and he 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 Saturdays are spent watching his team both home and away.