Tamu Massif - Bala EP

Bristol Harbour Festival 2017 – Live Music Guide

Tamu Massif - Bala EP

Bristol Harbour Festival 2017 – Live Music Guide

Bristol Harbour Festival returns this week and looks set to be its biggest one yet! What’s more, Colston Hall will be marking its 150th anniversary with a sold-out outdoor event on 21st July at the Lloyd’s Amphitheatre – featuring special guest performances from The Outlook Orchestra, Roots Manuva and Horace Andy.

There will also be live music performances across the weekend, so if you up for some of the best in Bristol music, check out our live music guide below with links to set times and more.

Thekla – 21st – 23rd July

Highlights: Tamu Massif, Body Clocks, Sleeptalking, Meadowlark, Soeur, YOUTH, BRIDGES, Harry & The Gondolas, Natalie Holmes, No Violet, Human Bones.

Info and set times here.

The Louisiana – 22nd – 23rd July

Highlights: Paint, Yo No Se, ThisIsDA, Poisonous Birds, China Bowls, SLONK, Circe’s Diner, Loralie, Repo Man, Phoxjaw, Vena Cava, Nugget, Robi Mitch, Oh, The Guilt.

Info and set times for Saturday and Sunday.

Grain Barge – 22nd – 23rd July

Highlights: The Gin Birkins, The Man and The Lake, The Relay Lips, Jack Cookson, Lambhorn, Cecilé

Info and set times here.

Hy-Brasil Music Club – 21st – 23rd July

Highlights: Demob Happy, Rozelle, Kayla Painter, Dog In The Snow, April Towers, Tax The Heat, We’re No Heroes, Cousin Kula, Bethany Humpharies, Mauwe, Olivia Grace.

Info and set times for Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Cascade Steps – 21st July

Highlights: Lady Nade, Tony Moore, The Rosa Gray Band, Makala Cheung, Funkinsteins, Nick Parker, Priita, Moody Will & the Roll.

Info and set times here.

For more information on Bristol Harbour Festival, visit their website.