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£12.50 instead of £33 for two passes to all three days of Bristol's biggest family festival BrisFest - Save 62%
£12.50 instead of £33 for two passes to all three days of Bristol's biggest family festival BrisFest - Save 62%

£12.50 instead of £33 for two passes to all three days of Bristol's biggest family festival BrisFest - Save 62%

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£12.50 instead of £33 for two passes to all three days of Bristol's biggest family festival BrisFest - Save 62%

The Bristol Festival, BrisFest is a cutting edge community showcase of local talent, designed to inspire passion and creativity. A three day urban spectacular that brings the excitement of a summer festival to the heart of the city.

The entire site opens with a bang this year - expect crazy walkabouts, fire displays, huge scale projections, light shows, interactive arts and a whole host of music to celebrate the new festival. The two main outdoor stages are this year hosted by Wolfs and Lab and the new site layout includes an expanded garden, Lanes bowling alley, Gala Casino double decker bus, Early Years Catering Kids area, and the Fenchurch Recursive Function Dome which boasts 360 degree visuals and the finest electronic music.

The main outdoor festival hub of entertainment is: Lloyd’s Amphitheatre, Waterfront Square, Millennium Square and Anchor Square Bristol city centre Harbourside area, BS1 5LL. Be prepared to for an epic weekend of fun for both you and a friend, with the festival running:

Friday 24th September 6pm – Midnight,
Saturday 25th September 11am – Midnight,
Sunday 26th September 11am – 10pm

3 Comments

Underbooked festivals can work quite well, in terms of Atmosphere vs Space.. voted hot!

thegroutch

sounds like something that should be free and then they make money on the … sounds like something that should be free and then they make money on the extras



+1

They got rid of our free festival and now try and fleece us Bristolians. Definitely one to avaoid like most locals do after the farce that was the Harbour festival. Majority of people were from outside Bristol and there was no community spirit this year.

choc1969

+1They got rid of our free festival and now try and fleece us … +1They got rid of our free festival and now try and fleece us Bristolians. Definitely one to avaoid like most locals do after the farce that was the Harbour festival. Majority of people were from outside Bristol and there was no community spirit this year.



agreed, no atmosphere this year, only wanted to see the fireworks,
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