the best music festivals coming up in Bristol

A guide to the best music festivals coming up

Now that we are allowed to, you might be searching for festivals to go to this year. If that’s the case, then you’re in luck! We’ve found the best music festivals in the UK in 2021 – all you’ve got to do is buy the tickets.

1. Love Saves The Day 

When: 4th – 5th September 2021

Where: The Clifton Downs, Bristol

best festivals coming up in Bristol
Source: The Ransom Note

This Bristol festival aims to mix the best of Bristol’s ever-growing underground scene with unique and pioneering artists from across the world. Guests can expect not only excellent live music, but entertainment and creativity in all forms. The lineup includes artists such as Mahalia, Little Simz, Slowthai, Ghetts and PA salieu.

Tickets are available here.

2. Tokyo World 

When: 18th – 19th September 2021

Where: Eastville Park, Bristol

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Source: Visit Bristol

Taking place over 2 days, Tokyo World is hosting artists like Burna Boy, Basement Jaxx, Annie Mac, Afro B and Buggsy. Guests can enjoy brilliant live music alongside a selection of the finest beers, lagers, ciders, wines and spirit mixers as well as food ranging from Peri Peri to pizza!

Tickets are available here.

3. NASS Festival 

When: 23rd – 26th September 2021

Where: Shepton Mallet, Bristol

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Source: Europe Bookings

NASS Festival is a drum and bass/grime festival that celebrates street art, skating, BMX and music. Combining all of these things together makes for an exciting and interesting music festival that is truly like no other.

Currently sold out, you can buy resale tickets here.

4. 2000Trees 

When: 7th July – 10th July 2022

Where: 2000Trees Upcote Farm

2000trees festival bristol
Source: NME

Unfortunately postponed once more to 2022 due to the inability of American bands to travel over, 2000Trees has announced its new dates. This festival is ideal for any indie or folk fans and is set in the beautiful Upcote Farm.

Due to the nature of the postponed festival, tickets are unavailable through the website, however, there may be resale tickets available online.

5. Dot to Dot 

When: 25th September 2021

Where:  O2 Academy Bristol

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Source: Dot to Dot on Twitter

This indie festival is perfect for anyone looking for a festival but not looking to stay overnight. With artists like Sports Team, Palace, Steam Down and Do Nothing, this festival is bound to be a great time.

Tickets for Bristol are sold out but may be available through resale.

6. The Big Picnic Festival 

When: 3rd September – 4th September 2021

Where: The Old Rifle Range & Hall, Sherston

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Source: Eventbrite

The Big Picnic Festival consists of 2 days of live music in a great setting. With lots of fantastic British bands playing their sets, it’s a great, chill day for anyone looking for a festival without exhaustion.

Tickets are available here.

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