Win 4 x VIP tickets to Bristol Sounds 2019

Win 4 x VIP tickets to see Bloc Party, Tom Misch, Elbow, The Cat Empire or The Cinematic Orchestra

Bristol Sounds returns to Canons Marsh Amphitheatre this June for a five-date nightly concert series, featuring some of the biggest and best names on the circuit as the sun sets over Bristol’s scenic Harbourside. 

Between 26-30 June, Bristol Sounds is inviting Bloc Party, Tom Misch, Elbow, The Cat Empire and The Cinematic Orchestra to take over the outdoor arena in turn. If this year’s headliners weren’t enough, they’ve announced some huge support acts for each show. 

Bristol Sounds 2019

Hip hop meets jazz-soul trailblazer Tom Misch will be joined by one of the UK’s most exciting jazz artists, Yussef Dayes

Hip hop meets jazz-soul trailblazer Tom Misch will be joined by one of the UK’s most exciting jazz artists, Yussef Dayes. The Cat Empire will be enthusiastically warmed up for by Ibibio Sound Machine. Bloc Party, who will be playing their seminal Silent Alarm in full, is receiving double support in the shape of She Drew the Gun and Liz Lawrence.

Mercury Music Prize winners Elbow are celebrating the 10th anniversary of their seminal album

Mercury Music Prize winners Elbow, who are celebrating the 10th anniversary of their seminal album with the release of The Seldom Seen Kid At Abbey Road, are also joined by two support acts – The Village and Another Sky. And while The Cinematic Orchestra’s support is yet to be officially announced, you can trust us that it’s a goodun. 

We’ve got 4 x VIP tickets to give away to the Bristol Sounds show of your choice, including queue jump, access to the VIP guest and viewing areas, and three drinks tokens. For your chance to win, simply enter your details below by 31 May 2019. 

Photos by Paul Box

26-30 June – Bristol Sounds, Canons Marsh Amphitheatre
Tickets // @bristolsounds

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