Sunday, Mercury Prize-winner, Bristol's own Roni Size, will
play a rare live set on the Orange Main Stage and former Squeeze
front man Glenn Tillbrook will play Squeeze classics and new
material on the Amphitheatre Stage.
among the 150 acts strutting their stuff will be Goldie Lookin'
Chain - not very grown up but plenty of 'adult content' there!
local talent will include Bristol-based dance act Way Out
West, plus local favourites Chikinki and Babyhead.
organiser, Steve Hunt, said: "It's always exciting to
bring together such a wide range of music and arts and to
see so many people from local communities in one place.
Court 'squeezed' Glenn Tillbrook into the Sunday line
30 years, the festival has matured into an essential event
in the South West music calendar and this year is set to be
another great weekend at Ashton Court."
it's not just music on offer to tempt the senses - the Blackout
Marquee will be showing audio-visual treats and there will
be the usual plethora of food and craft stalls selling their
its roots still firmly in the community, the festival still
has a thriving kids area and a Global Stage which will showcase
a mix of world music.
sponsors Orange on board once more brings the benefit of phone
charging areas and the opportunity to try out interactive
mobile technology including how to be a DJ with your phone.
event costs £5 a day for adults and is free for under
14s. Limited on-site parking passes can be bought from Bristol
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