Last call for Loves Saves weekend ticketsPosted on: 05 May 2023
The sunny season is fast approaching, and with it comes the highly anticipated Love Saves the Day. Set to take place on the gorgeous grounds of Ashton Court, Love Saves boasts an eclectic lineup of the most essential names in the UK music scene - and final release tickets go on sale this Sunday.
As Love Saves The Day draws near - with just 22 days to go as of the time of writing - excitement is reaching a fever pitch, especially with the recent announcement of new additions to the already star-studded lineup. The festival has pulled out all the stops, inviting a whole host of top music acts to join the programme, including renowned musicians such as techno mainstay Mall Grab, grime star D Double E, and London DJ Michael Bibi.
Before these newest announcements, this year's festival was already shaping up to be a mind-blowing bank holiday weekend of music, with a veritable who's who of essential names ready to soundtrack the sunny season. With Fatboy Slim, Years & Years, Four Tet, Sugababes, Kelis, Andy C, Hybrid Minds, Sub Focus & Dimension, Overmono, Shy FX, and many more confirmed to take the stage, there's no shortage of talent on display.
But with less than a month to go until the festivities kick off, time is running out to secure your spot. Weekend tickets are moving up to Final Release at midnight on Sunday, so don't delay! Instalment plans and group deals are available across all ticket types, making it easier than ever to experience the festival in all its glory.
In this guest blog we caught up with #teamlove's Social Cohesion & Sustainability Manager, Pauline Bourdon, about the release of their 2022 sustainability impact report: looking at their 3 UK city festivals: @LSTDBristol, @ForwardsBristol & #Waterworks: https://t.co/8zRBwUJ1sp pic.twitter.com/mogYQy6SET— Vision:2025 (@EventVision2025) March 28, 2023
So if you're looking for the ultimate way to celebrate the sunny season, don't miss out on Love Saves the Day. With its eclectic lineup, stunning venue, and unbeatable atmosphere, it's sure to be an unforgettable experience for all who attend. Get your tickets here.
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