Bristol Craft Beer Festival announces all-female music line-up


Some of Bristol’s best and brightest female stars will be taking to the decks at this year’s highly-anticipated festival

Bristol Craft Beer Festival has announced an all-female line-up of experienced and upcoming DJ’s to bring the noise at this year’s festival from 7–8 June.

Bristol Craft Beer Festival will feature some of the biggest and best names in the UK DJ scene, with Jamz Supernova and Mollie Collins, Sherry S, Barely Legal and Indika all heading to Bristol Craft Beer Festival 2019… as well as a special guest headliner to be announced.

Mollie Collins has been rooted in club and dub culture since the age of 16, and is one of the most highly regarded drum and bass DJ’s in the country, winning Best Breakthrough DJ at the 2017 Drum and Bass Awards and more recently a nomination for Best Female Artist in the International Dance Music Awards.

Organisers have also partnered with Bristol Grass Roots Music School and local independent record label Saffron Records – a label comprised of former members of Bristol Women in Music – to bring three of their Mix Night Graduate Course to perform live at the festival.

Bristol DJ’s Glade Marie, Synthiia & Ngaio will be spinning and selecting at Bristol Craft Beer Festival 2019, with festival fans basking in beats and beer on Lloyds Amphitheatre.

Glade Marie has built a reputation as a diverse DJ, spinning everything from Thundercat to Rakim and J Hus. Her soulful mixes and DJ sets have gained her great recognition and saw her claim the post as resident DJ at 51 Stokes Croft.

Live vocalist and DJ Ngaio has been making waves in the UK and international music scene. In 2017 she closed out Glastonbury’s party quarter Shangri-La, freestyling, lyricising and energising atop of her on-point selections.

A graduate of Saffron’s Mix Nights, when not mixing and selecting Synthiia produces for Bristol independent radio station Noods Radio.

With more breweries still to be confirmed, as well as the city’s best street food and a line-up of incredible live music to bring the party vibes, this is one festival you don’t want to miss.

Tickets for Bristol Craft Beer Festival are available now from at £45.50 plus booking fee which includes entry to the event for five hours, festival pours of any beer from any brewer, a full music line up, access to the people that make the beer themselves, a free beer tasting glass and a programme.

To keep up to date on all the latest information follow @weare_beer on Instagram & @BristolCBF on Facebook and Twitter.

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