Missed out on Glastonbury tickets and looking for something to fill up your weekend?
Bristol Live have gathered six exciting events happening in or near to Bristol this weekend which are perfect for filling schedule on what promises to be a sunny few days.
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Fierce and Noble plays host to VeganFest on Saturday, pairing a variety of food experiences with an exciting afternoon of live music.
Doors open at 12pm, with guests encouraged to enjoy the Asian-inspired street food and dairy-free ice-cream available in St Werbughs.
Attendees are also be encouraged to try Fierce and Noble’s range of vegan beers, which can be enjoyed whilst listening to the live music played until 10pm.
This event on at brewery Fierce and Noble on Mina Road is definitely not one to miss, whether vegan or not, and provides the perfect opportunity to revel in the weekend sun!
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Bristol Sounds takes over the Harbourside this weekend, boasting a line-up of incredible musical talent that will be sure to rid you of any Glastonbury blues.
Tom Misch, The Cat Empire, Bloc Party, Elbow, and The Cinematic Orchestra will all take to the stage across the weekend. Special guests and street food vendors have also been promised by event organisers, meaning this weekend’s event really is one to look forward to!
Tickets for performances across the weekend are available at SeeTickets, with ticket prices starting at £30.
Execution, Butchery or Torture?
Celebrity historian Richard Felix presents his show of Execution, Butchery or Torture? at the Kingswood Heritage Museum on Saturday evening.
Richard will talk you through and demonstrate many of the forms of execution carried out by British rulers throughout history, designed to ensure law was feared.
Such examples will include the most notorious punishment of being hung, drawn and quartered. It will then be up to you to decide whether such methods were truly execution, butchery or torture.
The show starts at 7:30pm, with refreshments available at Kingswood Heritage Museum.
Tickets for Richard Felix’s event are priced at £10 per person, and can be purchased by following this link.
Free Rave – Day Party
Motion have vowed to fill the gap left in your weekend by Glastonbury with their free Day Party this Saturday. Some of the most exciting DJs, from Bristol and beyond, have been booked to ensure good music all day long.
The event is Motion’s first ever day party, and promises to be the perfect replacement for those not fortunate enough to go to Glastonbury, offering the rare opportunity to enjoy Drum & Bass in the Sun.
Entrance to the day party is strictly 18+, and tickets provide access until 3pm. After 3pm, entry will cost £5 on the door.
Tickets for this event are free, though they do need to be bought beforehand by using this link.
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Atlanta R&B artist Jacquees will perform at the O2 Academy on Monday night.
The self-proclaimed “king of R&B” released his first album 4275 last year following the huge success of his 2016 breakout hit B.E.D. The singer has travelled across the pond this summer to promote his first album to a UK audience.
Many of Jacquees’ past work has been collaborative projects with other R&B talents. He features on the critically acclaimed 2018 hit Location alongside Chris Brown, whilst Trey Songz features on Inside. Both songs have achieved huge popularity in America, with the tour a chance to spread Jacquees’ music into Europe.
Tickets are still available for Monday’s show, available from Ticketmaster for £25.
The Gin & Rum Festival
Slightly further afield, what is thought to be the UK’s largest Gin & Rum Festival tour arrives at Cardiff’s Portland House this weekend.
Guests will be able to try a wide range of gins and rums in a picturesque location, with the event offering ample opportunity to appreciate the amazing venue. There will be over 60 gins and 60 rums for you to try, many of these being exclusive to the festival itself.
The festival’s award-winning resident DJ will also be on hand, whilst live entertainment and expert masterclasses will make sure to keep you entertained.
Tickets are available at Eventbrite, and you will receive a Copa glass, glass satchel, and guide upon arrival with your £12 ticket.