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Day: Trinity Centre

Address:

Trinity Centre, Trinity Road, Bristol. BS2 0NW

Dates:

Saturday 13 February and Sunday 14 February

10:30 Doors, 16:00 Curfew

Ticket Information:

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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.

Event Restrictions:

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:

Please click here for travel and transport information for Trinity Centre, Bristol

Prohibited Items:

Please click here for all 6 Music Festival By Day and By Night Terms and Conditions which include a full list of prohibited items.

Please be aware professional photography equipment such as zoom lenses are not allowed in the venue. Selfie sticks are also not permitted.

Disabled Access Information:

Please click here for all disabled access information for Trinity Centre

If you require further information on access or disabled access ticketeting please email accessevents@bbc.co.uk

6 Music Festival By Day Details:

SATURDAY 13 FEBRUARY 2016

Venue: Trinity Centre

Downstairs Room: Saul Williams (11:00-11:45), Julian Cope Acoustic Performance & In Conversation with Stuart Maconie (12:00-12:45), Comedy with Shaun Keaveny (13:00-13:45) Dennis Bovell / Adrian Sherwood & Mad Professor DJ set (15:00-16:00)

Upstairs Room: Poetry Performances - Murray Lachlan Young, Holly McNish, Dianna, Kojey Radical, Saul Williams (11:00 – 11:45), Karl Hyde & Rick Smith in conversation with Lauren Laverne (12:00-12:45), Misty In Roots In Conversation with Mary Anne Hobbs (13:00-13:45), Roni Size / DJ Queen / Bee Blank Mass (14:00-15:00)

Outside: Jah Lokko Sound System

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.

Additionally, attendees are welcome to bring their music memorabilia along to be documented for The People’s History of Pop project, a new BBC Four series.

SUNDAY 14 FEBRUARY 2016

Venue: Trinity Centre

Downstairs Room: This Is The Kit (11:00-11:45), Geoff Barrow in conversation with Gilles Peterson (12:00-12:45), Steve Lamacq and Tom Robinson in conversation (13:00-13:45), Floating Points (15:00-1600)

Upstairs Room: 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 (11:00-11:45), John Grant in conversation with Cerys Matthews (12:00-12:45), Radio 2 Folk Show (13:00-14:30)

Outside: Jah Lokko Sound System

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.

Additionally, attendees are welcome to bring their music memorabilia along to be documented for The People’s History of Pop project, a new BBC Four series.