Bristol Sounds is returning to Lloyds Amphitheatre in June 2020 for a five-night concert series, including an all-day event curated by The Levellers.

A Crosstown Concerts venture, Bristol Sounds will be inviting some very special acts to Bristol’s largest and most picturesque city centre space as the sun sets over Bristol’s Harbourside each night. However, they’ve added some juicy extras this year in the shape of an all-day event on Saturday: A Beautiful Day Out. 

A Beautiful Day Out will see the likes of Reef, Goldie Lookin Chain, Peat & Diesel and Gaz Brookfield

Curated and headlined by The Levellers, A Beautiful Day Out will see the likes of Reef, Goldie Lookin Chain, Peat & Diesel and Gaz Brookfield – who will perform a rare show with his band The Company Of Thieves – take to the Harbourside stage from midday until 11pm.

Still under wraps is the Friday night show – though from the calibre of this year’s acts and Crosstown Concerts track record, we can expect big things. 

Noel will be returning to Bristol in the blaze of his new EP Blue Moon Rising

Noel Gallagher and his High Flying Birds have already proved a big hit in Bristol with a headline set at The Downs 2018. Noel will be returning to Bristol in the blaze of his new EP Blue Moon Rising  – due for release in March 2020 – and the announcement comes a few days after Noel dropped a festive video for his latest single release, Wandering Star. 

 

Also announced this morning is the support for Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds: indie electro pop duo Confidence Man, whose 2018 debut album Confident Music For Confident People was named the best independent dance album in the Australian Independent Record Label Music Awards.  

More exciting support announcements can be expected in due course, as this is a matter Bristol Sounds take almost as seriously as the headline act.

More exciting support announcements can be expected in due course

Tickets for the shows go on general sale at 9am on Friday 29 November, with live links for most major outlets via the Bristol Sounds Facebook page. Or you can sign up for pre sale tickets.

Photo by Ania Shrimpton

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