2 Sounds, 1 Arena
One big sound from Bristol meeting one big sound from London
Full lineup coming very soon.
Trust us, you won’t want to miss this sound meeting!
Earlybird Tickets on sale now.
Posted by Bob Goff on Friday, 19 October 2018
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St Pauls Carnival returns in 2018 for its 50th anniversary since the first carnival in 1968. This iconic Bristol event represents the best of Afro-Caribbean culture, as well as the diversity, creativity and vibrancy of its home city, Bristol.
At the heart of carnival is our masquerade procession with highly ornate and colourful costumes and floats from local schools and cultural associations, a stage for professional performers, sound systems in neighbouring streets and a range of stalls selling food from a wide range of cultures.
DO REMEMBER SATURDAY 7TH JULY 2018
ST PAULS CARNIVAL BRISTOL
NEGUS MELODY SOUND
WINKWORTH PLACE BS2 8XT
St Pauls Carnival makes its triumphant return, excitement is reaching fever pitch.
One of the key factors of Saturday’s huge 50th anniversary celebration will be the musical offering, with sound systems and stages playing a major and very loud part in it.
In total there will be a whopping 20 different sound systems and stages for people to enjoy on July 7, with each one showcasing a different sound, as well as a few areas designed for children and families.
There will be 10 PA systems and speaker stacks in people’s gardens and on various streets, along with seven stages in parks and open spaces
While carnival has historically featured predominantly Jamaican sounds with a hefty offering of dub and reggae, this year the committee has decided to diversify and add other genres into the mix, which means people can expect to hear a huge array of different sounds including Soca, Salsa, Dancehall and drum & bass, too.
Where all 20 sound systems and stages will be
Windrush stage @ The Learning Centre
Unity stage @ St Pauls Park
World dance stage @ Brunswick Square
Mandala’s Hideaway @ St Agnes Park
Bristol Showcase @ City Road
Excalibur @ City Road
Maasai Warrior @ Hepburn Road
Unique Star @ City Road
Malcom X Rising Stars/ Who Cares @ Malcom X Centre
Passion Radio @ Albany Green
Invasion @ Grosvenor Road Triangle
As it is TV @ Davey Street
Negus Melody @ Winkworth Place
Qualitex Sound @ Newfoundland Road
Jah Tubbys @ Argyle Road
Bassi @ Wilder Street
Ghetto Force @ Portland Square
Soul to Soul Gospel @ Upper York Street
For more information on St Paul’s Carnival, visit its website
Teachings In Dub present their last session before their summer break and they’re extremely happy to invite the mighty King Shiloh Sound System all the way from Amsterdam
Shiloh will be taking their unique and powerful sound on the ferry and driving all the way to Bristol for this one-off exclusive night.
And as if that’s not enough – we’ve also invited the rootical sounds of Kibir La Amlak who will be bringing their live dub show which has been taking festivals by storm!
Support from Bristol’s very own Haile Bless Official with a bag full a tune.
As if that’s not enough – they still have more names to announce
This will be a heavyweight session and a real roots family affair.
08/06/2018 22:00 to 05:00
TICKET PRICE – £8 / £11 / £14.50
AGE LIMIT – 18 +
The Return of Ruffneck Ting to Trinity
Micky Finn, Ray Keith, Aries, Dazee, Jinx, K Jah, Vytol, Substance, The Force, Luke EP
MC’s: Jakes / Carasel / Trafic / Y Dott / Megatron / Deanie Rankin
‘Caution: excessive sound levels’ – earplugs are available at the bar for 50p
23:00 to 05:00
TICKET PRICE £16.50 adv + bf AGE LIMIT 18 +
Bom Shanka music with Planet shroom productions, are hosting one of the biggest psychedelic music events in Bristol this year!
Venue: Trinity Centre, Bristol BS2 0NW
Date: 11th Nov 2017
So 10 years of shanking!!
We are planning a one room event of pure Bom Shanka Music madness! As we have been blasting for 10 years we thought we would host this party all for the fans of the shank!! This one is going to be turbo killershit!
This event will be featuring all the Shanka crew and the information will be out soon on these arrangements! But we can assure everyone who is into the baddest sound out there, this definitely will be one NOT to miss! So keep an eye out for the next steps of this monster of a birthday party!!
Set times For the Best psytrance Ever!
10 years of set times
10 – 11.30 Al n Richie (aka psymmetrix/asimilon/dirty saffi)
11.30 – 1am Illegal Machines and Simon Piemon
1 – 2 Parasect and Dj Suhtek
2 – 3 Parasence
3 – 4 Chris Rich and Synthetik Chaos
4 – 6 Aardvark, Dj Nuky and OccularSo 10 years of shanking!!
Spooky Sue’s Halloween Disco
Andy and the Odd Socks – Live (Feat. Andy Day)
Cj Cheeba (Halloween A/V Set)
Junior Jungle Hosted by Boys And Dance
Lantern and Glow stick accessory making with Lets Make Art Interactive Halloween Fun and Games from Squeaky Hill Classic Halloween Films on Big Screen…
Face Painting, Bubbles, Thriller Line-Dance, Confetti and Super Ace Times….
Andy & The Odd Socks: Andy Day, star of children’s TV, presents his brand new rock and roll band for kids. Widely known for his antics tackling dinosaurs, baby animals and being on safari, much loved children’s TV presenter Andy Day has another string to his bow. This is Andy Day the pop star! Andy has shown his musical credentials before via his hugely popular dinosaur raps, which have amassed a whopping 12 million views on YouTube and is undoubtedly one of the most popular children’s personalities in the UK.
Andy, and his brilliant band The Odd Socks, are an authentic band for all the family to enjoy. Created for young children with huge imaginations between the ages of 3 and 8, older children and parents have their favourite songs too. The fun packed live show is a unique and contemporary mix of rock, pop, rap and funk and was launched over the summer at family festivals including Glastonbury, Camp Bestival, Carfest for Children In Need, Port Eliot and Shambala. The reaction has been amazing, and word has spread fast with the band pulling in big crowds at all their shows.
The debut album ‘Who Invited This Lot?’ will be released on CD on the 20th October. With hilarious songs about Aliens, Rapping Robots, Dinosaur Footballers, Ninja Pigs and a Groovy Hoover, this is fun for all the family, and the most essential CD for any family car journey. Guaranteed to make any school run a much more enjoyable journey….or your money back! Cakes and Food
Venue: Trinity Centre, Bristol BS2 0NW
Starts 12:00 to 16:00 -28th Oct
TICKET PRICE – £15 adv + bf
AGE LIMIT – all ages welcome
CONTACT NUMBER – 0117 935 1200