Lakota’s Rum Punch Brunch returns next weekend!

Lakota’s Rum Punch Brunch returns next weekend!

Posted on: 22 Mar 2024

The days are heating up and that means that Lakota’s outdoor extravaganzas are back, so get ready for an ultimate Easter Saturday all-dayer!


Rum Punch Brunch will take place at Lakota between 1 PM and 9 PM on Easter Saturday 30 March 2024.


In association with Ujima Radio, this extra special event will feature an ultimate rum punch hour, mouth-watering Caribbean food and thumping dance music with an incredible lineup of Dancehall, R&B, hip hop, Afrobeats and Amapiano music – get yourself back into the festival season spirit this Easter weekend!


Grab your tickets from the Lakota website.

Bristolian music lovers will be treated to a series of amazing performances, exciting competitions, an unlimited rum punch hour, horns and whistles, a delicious Caribbean food stall and much, much more this Easter Saturday.


There will be sensational sets from one of the UK’s most renowned sound systems and award-winning broadcasters Rampage Sound, hotly tipped UK DJ PURE VIBES ENT, and experienced North West London favourite DJ Predz UK.


The lineup will be completed by DJ Prime, DJ Denny Hus, DJ Pandora, Dancehall Generals, DJ Mac 3, DJ Paz and Dimpz & Laws. This jaw-dropping programme is courtesy of local radio station, CIC and tastemakers, Ujima Radio.


With tickets starting at £10 for entry, or £15 for entry with an unlimited rum punch hour, this looks all set to be a pretty special all-dayer – secure your entry, HERE.

Lakota is one of Bristol’s most legendary underground venues; built on creativity and diversity, the local favourite has operated out of the historic Stokes Croft Brewery site for over thirty years - watching the world change while maintaining the true spirit of Bristol’s underground culture.


Find out more about Lakota and browse the venue’s upcoming events here.

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Stanley Gray

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.