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Ken Gets in the groove with top nightclub award
Ken Getgood from PRYZM in Bristol is celebrating after the UK’s largest nightclub operator crowned him its ‘South West General Manager of the Year.’ General manager of PRYZM Bristol, Ken was awarded for his outstanding contribution to the success of the club. Ken, who has worked at the venue for three years, started his career as a bar tender. Bristol’s premier nightspot, PRYZM had a £1 million refurbishment in 2013. With three distinctly styled music rooms and a VIP lounge, it offers the very latest in sound and lighting systems. Employing over 100 local people, the club regularly attracts 4,000-plus customers through its doors every week. Details
Grillstock 2015
Bristol Grillstock Festival, now in its 6th year, is an original and true celebration of all things BBQ with thousands of visitors attracted to the hillbilly hysteria each year. With over 25 acts playing across two music stages, a smokin’ hot US style low ‘n’ slow BBQ competition and fantastic craft beer bars, Grillstock attracts over 25,000 meat and music lovers seeking some proper Southern hospitality to Bristol and Manchester each year. Lloyds Amphitheatre, Bristol Harbourside 11th & 12th July.
Bristol Pride Festival 2015
The day kicks of with the Pride Parade leading to a massive outdoor music festival, Pride Day, Castle Park, featuring multi stage entertainment, onsite play and creative activities, dedicated community and family areas, licensed bar, food concessions, market stalls and much more. As well as fantastic acts, performers and activities we will also showcase local conservation activities, improved recycling and ambitious plans to go generator free for Pride Day. We want to keep Pride an open and welcoming event for all, not just those who can afford it. 11th July.
Shaun The Sheep City Trail
This spring and summer, Shaun the Sheep is starring in two ewe-nique charity arts trails across London and Bristol, organised by Wallace & Gromit’s Children’s Foundation – introducing, Shaun in the City! A flock of 70 b-ewe-tiful sculptures graze Bristol’s pastures from 6th July to 31st August. Details.
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Editor Choice ImageBristol International Balloon Fiesta
Whether you will be coming for ‘breakfast and balloons’, the spectacular Nightglow or planning a full weekend visit whilst camping in our official campsite, the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta has something to offer everyone. Throughout the four days there will be a wide array of attractions on site including the EXIT parachute team and loads more. 6th - 9th August.
Editor Choice ImageBristol Harbour Festival 2015
Bristol Harbour Festival will take place on 17 -19 July 2015. If you are a fan of arts, circus, dance, music, boats, nautical capers, good food and drink and general enjoyment - make sure you put that weekend in your diary. The festival will feature over 250 boats in the harbour each year which forms the backdrop for thrills and spills on the water.
Editor Choice ImageNewt Beer and Music Festival 2015
The Newt Festival is the largest of its kind in Somerset with over 85 Real Ales on sale each year as well as local cider, bottled beers, wines and of course a range of non alcoholic drinks. Great live music is played throughout the weekend with an average of 12 bands performing on stage in the main marquee. Make a weekend of it and enjoy the camping facilities. 10th & 11th July.
Editor Choice ImageBristol Thai Festival 2015
This year the festival takes place on the 24th - 26th July in Queens Square, BS1 4QS, Bristol City Centre. You can enjoy Thai music and dancing, Muay Thai Boxing. A wide range of stalls will include freshly cooked Thai food, a Thai beer garden, souvenirs and children rides. Plus Thai massage and a beauty pageant.
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