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Sequences Festival - Visit Bristol website

This year’s Sequences Festival is set to be the biggest yet, writes Keri Beckingham

Music fans prepare yourselves, as one of Bristol’s biggest bass events is back for 2019!

Set to return for its fourth year and proof that the city’s summer festival schedule is far from over, Sequences Festival is heading to Motion Nightclub on Avon Street with some of the underground bass music scene’s biggest artists. For the last three years the festival has taken over the outdoor spaces around the legendary Bristol nightclub, and this year it’s going to feature the most impressive lineup yet!

On Saturday August 17 from 12pm– 11pm, some of the scene’s biggest names and three of the UK’s most exciting bass music institutions are set to take to the stage. Using three of the world’s most powerful and revered sound systems, this urban event will bring festivalgoers a day of live music like no other.

With a mixture of exciting and fresh new talent and some old favourites, there is bound to be something for everyone at this festival. Hosted by SP:MC, Jakes, Maksim, Texas, Sun of Selah and Juma, there will be sets from DJ EZ (one of the scene’s most influential figures), Kings of the Shadows + Koan Sound, Headie One and Jaykae during the day. Plus there is also going to be two label showcases from Critical Music (featuring Mefjus, Kasra, Halogenix and Levela) and Deep Medi (featuring Mala, Kahn and Sicaria Sound).

With three stages, lovers of this genre are bound to be in their element at this event in the heart of the city, and there is also set to be some delicious food stalls on offer too. Make sure you get your tickets today to avoid missing out on this year’s bass extravaganza!

Please note that this event is for over-18’s only, tickets cost £32.50 plus booking fee and the last entry is 5pm. For more information and to book tickets, visit the Sequences website.

Sequences lineup - Visit Bristol website

Sequences lineup – Visit Bristol website

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