Propyard are hosting a massive Stuck in the 90s Music Festival this SundayPosted on: 22 May 2023
Don’t fancy dancing the night away to Fatboy Slim at Love Saves The Day or rocking out to Yard Act at Dot To Dot? Well, Propyard may well have the perfect alternative.
Stuck in the 90s Music Festival will take place at Propyard on Sunday 28 May 2023.
This epic bank holiday extravaganza will transport revellers back to the 90s with an all-day party featuring headline sets from the legendary Dawn Penn, So Solid Crew and Heartless Crew; four mouth-watering food stalls; and as many as 2000 ravers.
Secure your tickets now from the Propyard website.
UpTown Bristol’s Stuck in the 90s is all set to fulfil your Dancehall, Reggae, R&B, Hip Hop, Garage and Funky House needs this Bank Holiday weekend (Sunday 28 May) with a vibrant all-day festival at Feeder Road’s Propyard – one of Bristol top cultural hubs.
Spearheading a top lineup of 90s mainstays is the incredible Dawn Penn who will be performing her soaring reggae vocals live to a sun-kissed crowd. The epitome of urban entertainment, music lovers can expect UpTown Bristol to bring a diverse mix of musical styles and infectious rhythms throughout the day.
She will be joined by South-West London’s UK Garage heavyweights, So Solid Crew, who will be taking over the stage for an energetic set of nonstop bangers. The 90s vibes don’t stop here as North London UK garage outfit and grime music pioneers, Heartless Crew are sure to draw a fervent crowd.
The lineup will be completed by a selection of top DJs with DJ Silk, Rampage, Loyal Squad, Fire Team, Tony V and DJ Skel all taking to the deck. There will also be Authentic Caribbean Food and Rum Punch available throughout the day to put you right in the mood. The event will take across Propyard’s Crane Room & Courtyard, providing access to indoor and outdoor space!
UpTown Bristol’s Stuck in the 90s Music Festival will take place at Propyard on Sunday 28 May 2023. Grab your tickets 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.