General admission tickets for Bonobo on Wednesday 21st June have all been snapped up
Kicking off the four night midsummer gig series on Wednesday 21st June, the Brighton-born and LA-based DJ and producer Bonobo will play to 5,000 fans on Bristol’s harbourside and will be supported Jens Kuross. Idaho born, LA-based artist Kuross has been supporting Bonobo on a worldwide tour already this year with his evocative lyrics and affecting harmonies.
Organisers have also announced support acts for UK garage pioneer, Craig David on Friday 23rd June who will be joined by multi-genre DJ and resident at Ibiza Rocks, Patrick Nazemi and Keir.
With the line-up now complete, tickets continue to sell rapidly for the Manic Street Preachers on Thursday 22nd June, Craig David on 23rd June and Hacienda Classical on 24th June.
On Thursday 22nd June it will be time for Welsh rock giants, Manic Street Preachers to take the stage and warming up the crowds will be indie rock band British Sea Power and Welsh multi-instrumentalist, The Anchoress.
The final night in the gig series will see Hacienda Classical take to the stage on midsummer’s eve, Saturday 24th June, after they open the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury the day before. The brainchild of former Hacienda club DJ’s Graeme Park and Mike Pickering will be supported by veteran Bristol DJ, broadcaster and promoter Deli G.
After the gates close on the Harbourside the evening will continue with an after party at legendary Bristol club Lakota. The free entry event will feature Graeme Park in the DJ booth as well as Deli G, Parrellel Dimensions Residents and No.24 Residents.
Conal Dodds, organiser, Crosstown Concerts, commented:
“We have a great line-up of acts coming to Bristol on their way to and from Glastonbury this year and we predict we’ll see some more sell outs this week.
“If you haven’t got your ticket yet, grab the last remaining few before they’re gone.”
Organisers of the gig series, Crosstown Concerts have also announced an allocation of free tickets for under 12s for each night following a number of requests from ticket buyers.
“We’ve also had a number of requests for ticket buyers who want to bring younger members of the family to these concerts so we’ve decided to release an allocation of free tickets for under 12s for each night.”
The concert series takes place on Bristol’s Harbourside from 21st – 24th June.
Tickets available from Songkick.com, BristolTicketShop.co.uk, Gigantic.com and Seetickets.com
To keep up to date with the latest information and news on the gig series please visit www.bristolsounds.co.uk or www.facebook.com/bristolsoundsofficial or follow @Bristol_Sounds on Twitter and @bristolsounds on Instagram. The hashtag for this year’s event will be #BristolSounds17