19 October 2020

Supporting Events

It’s a very important time to support the creative industries and music venues at the moment with such a continued threat towards them in the UK.

Here are a few venues around Bristol who are hosting Covid friendly music experiences.

Strange Brew

Strange Brew is a new music & arts venue open on Fairfax Street, Bristol.
Hosting sit down sessions with DJ’s throughout the week, with their cafe and record shop open from Tuesday-Saturday.

The Red Church

The Red Church is a new drinking & dining venue opened in St George, Bristol.
They will be hosting a couple of DJ’s at the venue every week, including some 1020 Radio residents. Booking available now.

High Rise

High Rise have created an outdoor event space at the boxing gym in St Judes, Bristol.
Hosting live music on a Firmly Rooted Sound System at the weekend, with pizza, jerk chicken & cocktail jugs to enjoy.

Lakota Gardens

Lakota’s outside area has been transformed into a beer garden and socially distanced event space, open from Tuesday-Sunday.

The Crofters Rights

The Crofters Rights, on Stokes Croft Bristol, is now open again, hosting sit down music events. They are hosting free entry events from Thursday-Saturday, tables available on a first come first serve basis.

The Pipe & Lovers | Breaking Bread

The Pipe & Lovers is a socially distance venue at Bristol’s ‘Breaking Bread’ pop up drinking & dining experience on The Downs. They are hosting a selection of live music, DJ’s and comedy events throughout autumn. You can also enjoy food from The Pony & Trap and Loco x Ripiena.

Trinity Centre Garden Sessions

The Trinity Centre are hosting their Garden Sessions series, with DJ’s & live music in a new outdoor venue in the grounds of the Trinity Centre.

The Lanes

The Lanes are back open hosting plenty of sit down live music shows.

Here are a few other ways to support the events industry at the moment:

There is a parliament petition urging for the government support package to be extended to cover nightclubs, dance music events and festivals. This will now be debated in parliament on 9th November.

‘We Make Events’ have created a toolkit which includes promotion, guidance on writing to your local MP, information about the events industry & more.

Parliament Petition
We Make Events Toolkit

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