BBC Introducing went down a storm at Brisfest last weekend. Check out the pictures and video below to get a taste of the action. Many thanks to Chaz Oliver for the video and Tanya Hazell for the pics.

Sam Bonham and Richard Pitt from BBC Introducing in Bristol curated their own stage at Brisfest this year, with performances from some of the city's best acts.

Brisfest sold out and 20,000 people descended onto Ashton Court on Saturday 22 September.

Juru, one of 13 performers on stage from the Knowle West Community Centre opened up the BBC Introducing Stage on the Saturday afternoon.

The audience were incredible all day.

Seasfire, who have recently been in to do a Maida Vale Session with Steve Lamacq, blew the audience away with their silky electro infused indie pop.

Bristol favourite Dub Mafia attracted the biggest crowd of the day on the BBC Introducing Stage.

BBC Introducing invited guests to come in for backstage Den Sessions in the most beautiful yellow caravan.

Sam from BBC Introducing talks to Chris from the Bronze Medal just before their Den Session performance backstage.

BBC Radio 1Xtra regulars Empror and Duppy Beatz talk to BBC Introducing's Milly Chowles backstage in the Den.

Stalwarts of the thriving guitar music scene in Bristol, The Naturals were probably the loudest band Brisfest had all day.

Introducing favourites, The Bronze Medal grace the stage with their beautiful folky whisperings.

Watch more highlights from the day below plus follow all the BBC Introducing news in Bristol on Twitter.


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