Last years' inaugural Love Saves The Day sold out in just 7 weeks and this year's festival is set to sell out in the coming days. To celebrate this, and to ensure no one misses out, Team Love has conceived Love Saves Sunday, another amazing festival for the good people of Bristol and beyond! If you haven't got your Love Saves Sundayticket, do so ASAP as this event is extremely close to sell out. Love Saves The Day attendees will also be able to purchase a Love Saves Sunday ticket for just £15 during March.
Conceived by the brains behind Glastonbury's WOW stage, See No Evil and one half of the team behind the much lauded In:Motion series, Love Saves The Day and LOVE SAVES SUNDAY celebrate musical pioneers and innovators bringing together some of the finest DJ's and live acts that the globe has to offer.
Kicking us off in style is Ben UFO, helmsman of the Hessle Audio label and one of those rare breed of young DJ's that hasn't strayed into production. His wobbly, percussive strains of dubstep are set to unite the Love Saves Sunday in a climatic finale.
Last year Bristolian 70 year old DJ Derek was given the Lord Mayor's Medal for his outstanding work! He's a true west-country legend and enjoys his real ale almost as much as his beloved rocksteady, reggae, dancehall and Ska. He's bringing his amazing show to the right place then!
Ghostpoet's second album 'Some Say I So I Say Light' drops in May and is set to be a more than worthy follow up to his Mercury Music Prize nominated 'Peanut Butter Blues & Melancholy Jam'. He has many fans in Bristol and always brings the sunshine to his sets.
Montreal wunderboy Jacques Greene's trademark blend of bass music, synth-heavy house and futuristic R&B vocals will be a welcome addition to LOVE SAVES SUNDAY in the form of his brilliant analogue live set.
Lulu James is finding ways to break down barriers between dance, soul and R&B, retro and futurist, pop and avant-garde. Live her icy-smooth performances consider the dance floor of clubs in the 1990s and yearning of old soul music in equal measure.
Cut ups, bootlegs, big bounding basslines and addictive vocal toplines both old and new intertwine Melé's sets. Deftly chucking everything and anything in the mix, the 19 year-old Liverpudlian will be bringing some heavy bassbin action to Bristol's Castle Park.
Winner of the Mercury Music Prize, two Brits and three Mobo's, Ms Dynamite's credentials as a legend are beyond doubt. She wowed the crowd with her recent performance at In:Motion and she's set to do the same at LOVE SAVES SUNDAY.
MC Soom T is the Glaswegian wonder known to many for her eclectic vocal stylings and mass collaborations having shared a studio and over 50 record releases since 1999 with the likes of The Orb, T.Raumschmiere, King Creosote, Miss Kittin, The Bug, Mungos Hifi, Bus, Asian Dub Foundation and many other style defining artists, securing Soom T's coveted position as a true innovator.
To date Soul Ii Soul have sold over 6.8 million albums in over 35 territories worldwide. Jazzie B has accreditation on over 35 million albums in over 100 territories, and they have performed in over 20 countries, at some of the most famous venues in the world including Wembley and New York's Universal Ample Theatre. They are the godfather's of a Sunday session and perfect for LOVE SAVES SUNDAY.
Transcending age, race and political barriers, Trojan Sound System play music that satisfies the purest of vinyl collectors, while at the same time, introducing a new generation to the roots of Jamaican music. Mixing styles and flavours from the past 40 years, the Trojan crew are legendary party starters, ignited by uplifting vocals, and the biggest bass. TSS - Bristol awaits you with open arms.
line-up so far
Mc Soom T
My Nu Leng
Soul Ii Soul
Trojan Sound System
Due To Huge Popular Demand And Just Ahead Of Saturday's Love Saves The Day Selling Out, A Second Brand New Day Is Added -
Love Saves Sunday
Love Saves The Day Ticket Holders Can Buy A Love Saves Sunday Ticket For Just £15 During March (While Stocks Last)!
Sunday 26th May 2013 / Castle Park / Bristol
Standard Tickets Start At £19.50 + Bf, Rising To £25 + Bf And £29.50 + Bf
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