Trinity Centre, Trinity Road, Bristol. BS2 0NW
Saturday 13 February and Sunday 14 February
10:30 Doors, 16:00 Curfew
Tickets for this event have now sold out. We’re sorry if you missed out; the demand for tickets was huge this year.
Please do not risk buying tickets through unofficial channels.
We understand your frustration that some people may place adverts on secondary ticketing websites. We do not agree with people selling tickets on for profit, however legally there is nothing we can do to prevent this happening.
The BBC reserves the right to ask ticket holders for their identification linked to the purchase of the original ticket upon entry to the event. We strongly recommend the public do not risk buying tickets that are being resold as we cannot guarantee whether they are genuine or if they are tickets that have previously been cancelled. Those offering free or paid tickets for sale are breaking the Terms & Conditions they agreed to during the booking process and, if discovered, we reserve the right to cancel their tickets.
If you did miss out of tickets there are still opportunities to be part of this year’s 6 Music Festival. Some ticket will be given away in on-air competitions on BBC 6 Music in the weeks leading up to the event so keep listening for more information.
SATURDAY 13 FEBRUARY 2016
Venue: Trinity Centre
Performing Live: Julian Cope; Saul Williams
DJ Sets: Dennis Bovell, Adrian Sherwood & Mad Professor; Jah Lokko Soundsystem
In Conversation: Underworld & Lauren Laverne; Misty In Roots & Mary Anne Hobbs; Making Music in the West with Roni Size, DJ Queen Bee, Blanck Mass & Nemone
Poetry with Murray Lachlan Young, Deanna, Holly McNish and Kojey Radical
Comedy with Shaun Keaveny, Mark Watson, Cerys Nelmes and Alice Matthews
Also featuring an exhibition of the Bristol music scene in pictures by local photographer Beezer, an Independent Record fair, screen printing, tea and cake from the Women’s Institute.
SUNDAY 14 FEBRUARY 2016
Venue: Trinity Centre
Performing Live: Floating Points (live); This Is the Kit; False Lights; Marry Waterson & David A. Jaycock; Rozi Plain
Ring The Alarm – The DJ Derek Story: Gideon Coe hosts a discussion with Don Letts and Count Skylarkin’ after previewing an exclusive clip of a film about legendary Bristolian DJ Derek which Don has been making alongside Massive Attack’s Daddy G
In Conversation: Geoff Barrow & Gilles Peterson / John Grant & Cerys Matthews
Also featuring an exhibition of the Bristol music scene in pictures by local photographer Beezer, an Independent Record fair, the Jah Lokko Soundsystem, screen printing, tea and cake from the Women’s Institute.
You need to be aged 16 or over to attend this event. If you are 16 or 17 years old you will need to be accompanied by a responsible adult aged 18 or over.
You may be required to provide photographic ID in the form of a passport or driving licence. Please click here to view all 6 Music Festival By Day and By Night Terms and Conditions
Please note there is no readmission to the venue once the event has started.
Travel and Directions:
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Please be aware professional photography equipment such as zoom lenses are not allowed in the venue. Selfie sticks are also not permitted.
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