August

Motion Summer Garden Party

Tickets selling fast: http://moti.onl/gardenparty After last years sell out party with Skream and Route 94, our Summer Garden Party is back this August bank holiday weekend. We take the party outside bringing life to our newly developed spaces overlooking the river Avon, capturing the spirit of outdoor partying with sunshine, cocktails and outdoor dancing for an all day extravaganza. We will be turning our space into a wonderland of colours alongside a mammoth line-up of DJs playing the finest in house and techno all day long... If the weathers not looking great don\'t worry, we\'ve got you covered!

Bristol Motion, Bristol, United Kingdom

Motion Summer Garden Pa...

Bristol Motion
Bristol

Sunday

25 Aug

Bubblejam Presents The Mad Hatters Techno Party

"why is a raven like a writing desk?" FANCY! DRESS Techno - Acid - Hardcore - Punk & Funk The concept of bubblejam presents the mad hatters techno party stems right back to the late 90s and early 00s, I miss the concept of multi room events, it is this way you are introduced to new music you may not of heard before, DJs would play one thing in one room sometimes under a different recording or artists name and then another completely different set in another room. Mad hatters has all of this and more, our event is constructed around the influence of my past residency at North Radical Technology, one of the most respected UK hard techno brands from back when . On this occasion I have added an extra area for the daytime on the terrace, it is here we will introduce Punk and Ska, bands as well as old school and funk. We will also be running an open decks slot throughout the day for our up and coming DJs and techno fans, in this way we feel it involves everybody. Techno Family and Community Create nil Imitate We are Bubblejam

Blue Mountain, Bristol, United Kingdom

Bubblejam Presents The ...

Blue Mountain
Bristol

Sunday

25 Aug

Stokes Croft Summer Party

Something to dream about for sunnier climes! Join us as we celebrate the Summer Bank Holiday in the only way we know how; inviting down the best of Bristol\'s musical talent alongside some special guests TBA and throwing a huge party! Expect: A musical journey spanning many genres. Dedicated Summer inspired cocktail menu. Street food vendors and BBQ. Mesmerising decor and stage builds. Don your dancing shoes, grab your friends and save the date for what is set to be our biggest day party ever.

Lakota, Bristol, United Kingdom

Stokes Croft Summer Par...

Lakota
Bristol

Sunday

25 Aug

Specialist Subject Records Alldayer!

It\'s coming up to two years since we opened our record shop on the first floor of Exchange. To celebrate we\'re throwing a party (ahem, punk and indie-rock alldayer). Expect loads of bands*, a vegan BBQ (weather permitting), karaoke afterparty(!) and Cosmic Misery DJs! *Onsind! WOAHNOWS! Witching Waves! Erica Freas Music! Charmpit! Don\'t Worry! Crumbs! Garden Centre! Katie Malco! ME REX! El Morgan and the Divers! Toodles & the Hectic Pity! Want to get in the mood? Open Spotify for a special playlist featuring everyone https://open.spotify.com/user/specialistsubject/playlist/3RVlOXXSBzceCYdjipK3sp?si=sKQ3ECnCTXujIQ1eyzdDQQ Tickets 15.00 advance from Specialist Subject Records (cash only, no booking fee!) and exchangebristol.com If income or circumstances mean you can\'t afford a ticket but would like to attend, please contact info@specialistsubjectrecords.co.uk. 14+, under 18s need adult supervision Exchange has a step free entrance from the street to the bar and main venue however the toilets are not accessible as they are on the first floor. They have an agreement with the pub next door who are happy to let customers use their accessible toilets. Please note they close at 11pm. If you would like a member of staff to accompany you to the pub, please ask at the bar.

The Exchange, Bristol, United Kingdom

Specialist Subject Reco...

The Exchange
Bristol

Sunday

25 Aug

Gravity Presents: Kem Cetlnay B2B Max Denham Sunday 25 08 19

Gravity Present\'s - Kem Cetlnay B2B Max Denham Take Over - Bank Holiday Sunday 25 08 19 For our Summer Bank Holiday Instalment we are bringing back one of the biggest names in the game... Max Denham back to back with Kem Cetlnay Tickets https://fixr.co/event/267597397 VIP Tables T: 07532692060 E: vip@gravitynightclub.com

Gravity Bristol, Bristol, United Kingdom

Gravity Presents: Kem C...

Gravity Bristol
Bristol

Sunday

25 Aug

Hatchet's 413th Birthday Party

It\'s our Birthday! We\'ve timed it to perfection and most of you can have Monday off to celebrate. This will also be tied in with our annual Pirate Party of treasure hunt

The Hatchet Inn, Bristol, United Kingdom

Hatchet's 413th Birthda...

The Hatchet Inn
Bristol

Sunday

25 Aug

No Future: Sami Baha

Sami Baha [Planet Mu] A long time favourite of ours, Sami Baha\'s crystalline 808 rhythms caught the attention of legendary electronic label Planet Mu, where he\'s since collaborated with the likes of Dimzy and Yung Lean on his album Free For All. He describes his sound as \'Arabesk trap\', with a clear sonic link to his previous home of Turkey - he\'s since become embedded in the London experimental club scene. Intricate bass constructions and rap beats for 2020 4 via Headfirst, 5 OTD Residents Rackz282, Alya L and DJ Uneasy will be playing fast & loose with tempo and genre Art by Mistareez

The Crofters Rights, Bristol, United Kingdom

No Future: Sam

The Crofters Rights
Bristol

Sunday

25 Aug

After Dark - Bank Holiday Soda Sunday

Soda Sundays is the place to be each and every Sunday night Expect something out of the ordinary each every Bank Holiday Sunday as we bring you Soda Sundays After Dark. Complete Venue Decoration Inside & Outside Live Musicians Special guests appearances MUSIC POLICY Soda Lounge DJ Jay Vivet & Guests...90\'s & 00\'s Sodabar Mista Bibs and DJ Veejay Chart, House & Dance Floor Fillers The Attic VIP RnB & Hip Hop with DJT & DJ Jigga BOOKINGS & TICKETS Please email Bookings@thesodabar.com or contact 02920 398380 for package details available or visit www.sodacardiff.co.uk Expect these to be booked up very quickly.

Soda, Cardiff, United Kingdom

After Dark - Bank Holid...

Soda
Cardiff

Sunday

25 Aug

The Bristol Vinyl Convention - 2019

The 2nd Bristol Vinyl Convention. Sunday 25th August - Bank Holiday Weekend FREE entry ALL day After last year excellent inaugural event that saw many folks converge to buy records, sample craft beers and rock out to DJ sets from 45 Live and Waxnerds, and then rounded off by an amazing live performance from The 45s, we just have to do it again! Get the date in your diary, we\'ll be announcing this year\'s line up in the coming months. Cheers! Record sellers that want to be involved, please drop us a message to reserve a table. No charge for table space.

The Lanes, Bristol, United Kingdom

The Bristol Vinyl Conve...

The Lanes
Bristol

Sunday

25 Aug

John McEnroe: In The Realm Of Perfection

JOHN MCENROE: IN THE REALM OF PERFECTION Dir: Julian Faraut, 2018, France, 95 mins, Cert: tbc Tue 25 June // 20:00 Tickets: 5 (full) / 4 (concession) Written and directed by Julian Faraut and narrated by Mathieu Amalric, In The Realm Of Perfection revisits the rich bounty of 16mm shot footage of the left-handed tennis star John McEnroe, at the time the worlds top-ranked player, as he competes in the French Open at Pariss Roland Garros Stadium in 1984. Close-ups and slow motion sequences of McEnroe competing, as well as instances of his notorious temper tantrums, highlight a man who played on the edge of his senses. Far from a traditional documentary, Faraut probes the archival film to unpack both McEnroes attention to the sport and the footage itself, creating a lively and immersive look at a driven athlete, a study on the sport of tennis and the human body and movement, and finally how these all intersect with cinema itself.

Cube , Bristol, United Kingdom

John Mcenroe: In The Re...

Cube
Bristol

Sunday

25 Aug

FREE! Sun-Day & Night Party

Following the huge success of our last party at No.51, we know how much you lot love a cheeky bank holiday party, so we\'ve gone and organised another for you all! We\'ll be inviting some of our favourite DJs to come play alongside our residents. You can expect... Classic disco House + Techno Good (sunny ) vibes Free diffraction glasses (at night) Pizza Cocktails Photobooth And best of all...FREE entry until 9pm! --- FREE DAY TIME PARTY (3PM-10PM) --- As summer starts to draw to a close, we will be taking over the terrace at the back in the day so you can soak up the last of the sun\'s rays whilst boogieing to some feel-good dance music. Throughout the daytime, No. 51 will be offering their lovely cocktails and delicious pizza - so don\'t miss out on this! --- NIGHT TIME PARTY (10PM-LATE) --- Proceedings will then carry on inside as our DJs continue to serve up some of the best disco and house on offer around the city until the late AM. This event will get busy so come down early to avoid disappointment! ** Please note that new guests will be charged from 9pm ** ---- LINE UP ---- TERRACE (3PM - 10PM) TBA ATRIUM (9:30PM - LATE) TBA

No.51 Stokes Croft, Bristol, United Kingdom

Free! Sun-day & Night P...

No.51 Stokes Croft
Bristol

Sunday

25 Aug

Crunk Aug Bank Holiday Sunday

Crunk Aug Bank Holiday Sunday The last one of 2019 and always the best. Expect all the same amazing drinks offers as last year plus old and new bangers from DJ Piddy You can still get early bird queue jump ticket for just 1 so thats just 2 with booking fee!! FREE VIP tables including champagne, queue jump and access to the VIP rooms are available via this the Tic Toc at Tiger Facebook page @tictocfridays just send us a message. Double Vodka Mixer & Double Vodka Red Bull 3.50 Bottle of Stella, Budweiser Becks, Smirnoff Ice, Magners, Hooch (can) 2.50 Jager bomb 2.50 Sambuca, Olmeca Blanco Tequila Apple sours 2.00 Doors open 10pm - 3am Private Karaoke booths which are free to hire just ask when you message FB page TIC TOC Cardiff

Tiger Tiger, Cardiff, United Kingdom

Crunk Aug Bank Holiday ...

Tiger Tiger
Cardiff

Sunday

25 Aug

Jonestown @ The Hope & Ruin, Brighton

With support from In Fear They Follow, Deference & Ariandelle. £6 ADV./£10 On The Door JONESTOWN was formed in winter 2013 and quickly wrote and recorded their debut EP, The Erebus and the Terror which was self-released in 2014. Within their first two years Jonestown performed at a variety of well known UK festivals and supported various established metal bands from around the world. This gave them the confidence to enter the studio with Daniel Kerr at Avenue Studios to record their debut album Aokigahara, named after a forest at the foot of Mount Fuji in Japan; a place believed to be haunted by ancient spirits and a notorious site for suicides. At the time of recording they thought they merely had a collection of songs rather than a cohesive album, however it’s release resulted in a swathe of media attention from some of the biggest metal publications. Notably being included in Metal Hammer’s top 50 albums of the year 2016, along with being three of their editors’ debut album of the year. Since then the album has amassed over 1,000,000 streams on Spotify and other online music providers as word-of-mouth spread about Jonestown. The release and resulting accolades caught the attention of newly established record label Siege Music and an offer of a worldwide album release. This, in turn, caught the eye of promoters and festivals around the UK resulting in a busy and varied show/tour schedule to promote Aokigahara. Despite the self-awareness of the daunting task ahead of them, Jonestown found themselves drawn to continue the songwriting process for the follow-up to Aokigahara in early 2017, entering the studio in the winter of the same year. Jonestown chose to work again with Daniel Kerr at Avenue Studios as they felt his insight and understanding of the bands sound and identity was an integral part of the overall success of the previous album. When writing Dyatlov, Jonestown wrote 30 demo tracks and meticulously worked through a process of elimination until they felt they had a perfectly distilled collection of songs which told a cohesive story. They found that when writing the album they naturally covered many different styles and sub-genres, both within and outside metal, taking influences from obvious contemporaries such as Gojira, Lamb of God, Slipknot, Strapping Young Lad and Meshuggah whilst also taking inspiration from external sources such as film scores and progressive rock. Dyatlov is lyrically about the internal and external war and the individual’s inability to win yet still continue regardless. In the Spring of 2018 Jonestown received the final mixes back from Avenue Studios and with the help of their manager Kirstie Hopper of Incendia Music secured a further worldwide record deal with SPV imprint Long Branch Records, who released the album on 16th November 2018. “We are called Jonestown because regardless of the illusion of prosperity and safety in the western world, we are in fact completely vulnerable, to the innate nature of the human condition. Ultimately we have absolutely no control over world-events, nor our collective destiny. We are one mistake away from annihilation.”

The Hope and Ruin, Brighton, United Kingdom

Jonestown @ The Hope & ...

The Hope and Ruin
Brighton

Sunday

25 Aug

Jonestown At The Hope And Ruin, Brighton

With support from In Fear They Follow, DEFERENCE and Ariandelle. 6 ADV./10 OTD (18+) Jonestown was formed in winter 2013 and quickly wrote and recorded their debut EP, The Erebus and the Terror which was self-released in 2014. Within their first two years Jonestown performed at a variety of well known UK festivals and supported various established metal bands from around the world. This gave them the confidence to enter the studio with Daniel Kerr at Avenue Studios to record their debut album Aokigahara, named after a forest at the foot of Mount Fuji in Japan; a place believed to be haunted by ancient spirits and a notorious site for suicides. At the time of recording they thought they merely had a collection of songs rather than a cohesive album, however its release resulted in a swathe of media attention from some of the biggest metal publications. Notably being included in Metal Hammers top 50 albums of the year 2016, along with being three of their editors debut album of the year. Since then the album has amassed over 1,000,000 streams on Spotify and other online music providers as word-of-mouth spread about Jonestown. The release and resulting accolades caught the attention of newly established record label Siege Music and an offer of a worldwide album release. This, in turn, caught the eye of promoters and festivals around the UK resulting in a busy and varied show/tour schedule to promote Aokigahara. Despite the self-awareness of the daunting task ahead of them, Jonestown found themselves drawn to continue the songwriting process for the follow-up to Aokigahara in early 2017, entering the studio in the winter of the same year. Jonestown chose to work again with Daniel Kerr at Avenue Studios as they felt his insight and understanding of the bands sound and identity was an integral part of the overall success of the previous album. When writing Dyatlov, Jonestown wrote 30 demo tracks and meticulously worked through a process of elimination until they felt they had a perfectly distilled collection of songs which told a cohesive story. They found that when writing the album they naturally covered many different styles and sub-genres, both within and outside metal, taking influences from obvious contemporaries such as Gojira, Lamb of God, Slipknot, Strapping Young Lad and Meshuggah whilst also taking inspiration from external sources such as film scores and progressive rock. Dyatlov is lyrically about the internal and external war and the individuals inability to win yet still continue regardless. In the Spring of 2018 Jonestown received the final mixes back from Avenue Studios and with the help of their manager Kirstie Hopper of Incendia Music secured a further worldwide record deal with SPV imprint Long Branch Records, who released the album on 16th November 2018. We are called Jonestown because regardless of the illusion of prosperity and safety in the western world, we are in fact completely vulnerable, to the innate nature of the human condition. Ultimately we have absolutely no control over world-events, nor our collective destiny. We are one mistake away from annihilation.

The Hope and Ruin, Brighton, United Kingdom

Jonestown At The Hope A...

The Hope and Ruin
Brighton

Sunday

25 Aug

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