THURSDAY 29/11

Mama’s Mash Up, Mothers’ Ruin. 5PM-11PM // This eclectic evening kicks off with an all-styles-welcome open mic, before some of Bristol’s best take us through an evening spanning indie to funk and soul, with a headline performance from hip hop collective Verbal Highz. Pay What You Feel 

Sunflower Bean, SWX. 7PM-11PM // US rock-pop trio Sunflower Bean head for Bristol following five-star reviews of their latest album Twentytwo in Blue. Tickets >>

FRIDAY 30/11

Hip Hop Coffee Shop Sessions 4: G00SE, Jacob’s Barber-Rista’s. 6PM-11PM // Hip Hop Coffee Shop Sessions are back for round 4. This time they’ll be transforming Jacobs Barber-Rista’s into the perfect house party vibes. Join them for a fresh cut of rhythm, community vibes and caffeine highs! Tickets >>

Siegfried Translator, To The Moon. 8PM-12AM // Join Siegfried Translator for an evening of Asian, middle eastern, African records, with a hint of psychedelic oddities thrown into the mix. FREE

SUNDAY  02/12

Ride – Unplugged, Trinity. 7PM -10PM // OG shoegazers Ride celebrate their 30th Anniversary with a very special acoustic show, retracing the best of their back catalogue in a whole new way. Tickets >>

Vile Creature, Stag and Hounds. 7PM-11PM // A Sunday celebration of slow, heavy riffs with a unique twist, featuring Canada’s Vile Creature, plus Bismuth, Age Decay and more. Tickets >>

Goldie Lookin Chain, The Lanes. 7.30PM-2AM // The Lanes are kicking off festive celebrations with a special Goldie Lookin Chain Christmas party, complete with the full live band and tacky tinsel. Tickets >>

MONDAY 03/12

Miles Kane, O2 Academy. 7PM-11PM // Last of the Shadow Puppets frontman comes to Bristol with his latest solo album, Coupe De Grace. Tickets >>

TUESDAY 04/12

Destiny’s Child: 16-piece orchestra, O2 Academy. 7PM-10PM // From Say My Name to Survivor, hear a 16-piece orchestra perform Destiny’s Child’s greatest hits. Tickets >>

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