A staple of the Bristol and UK festival scene, Tokyo World remains at the forefront of modern music
Tokyo World is returning to Eastville Park from 12pm–11pm on Saturday 21–Sunday 22 September. With hundreds of acts set to perform, the festival is set to close the festival season with a bang and will gather all generations of festivalgoers with a mixture of both innovative and timeless music.
The two-day festival includes Craig David presents TS5 and De La Soul as its 2019 main headliners, accompanied by a massive lineup which features the likes of Gorgon City, Yxng Bane, NAO, Mr Eazi and Soul II Soul.
Featuring timeless acts such as Mungo’s Hifi, Stanton Warriors and Gentleman’s Dub Club, there will also be a range of DJ sets by Leftfield, Jungle, Kurupt FM, My Nu Leng, and Chris Lorenzo, accompanied by a hip-hop and grime bill including D Block Europe, Ghetts, Russ, M Huncho, Ms Banks and Skrapz.
The Hedonism Stage will also host a selection of house royalty on the Saturday with Hannah Wants, Sonny Fodera, Eli Brown, Danny Howard and Meduza, and the Sunday sees original techno acts including Marcel Dettmann, Dax J, Roman Flügel, and Robert Hood brought together.
Wilkinson is also making a triumphant return for his third year in a row, after closing the festival last year. Speaking about the event, he said: “You always know it’s going to go down.”
For those who want to keep on dancing at the end of each day, official after parties will take place at Motion, featuring electronic and urban music artists with a splash of drum’n’bass.
Day tickets (including booking fee) cost £65.45 for adults and young people aged 13–17, and £6 for children aged 12 and under. Weekend tickets (including booking fee) cost £108.90 for adults and young people aged 13–17, and £12 for children aged 12 and under. Second release tickets for both after parties cost £16.50.
For more details about the festival, visit: www.tokyoworld.org