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The Fly Disappears After 15 Years in Print

In a shocking bit of news today, MAMA, the company now behind "the UK's most popular music magazine" The Fly and many other new-music keystones, have announced that the famous monthly will be discontinued.

Farmfest 2014 – Lineup Announcement

Farmfest have announced the first wave of acts set to perform at this years event, and they've really pulled out all the stops this time.

Dot To Dot 2014 – First Wave Announced

With BLM favourites like Peace and Wolf Alice heading up the bill, our hopes are high for 2014 to top last year's particularly good event. Other highlights include haunting songstress Kyla La Grange, the beaut' that is Sivu and the rather irresistible We The Wild.

Hit The Deck – Second Wave Of Bands Announced

New announcement for this year’s Bristol / Nottingham indoor festival boasts Welsh favourites The Blackout, Kids In Glass Houses and more.

Hit The Deck Festival – First Wave Announced

For the past few years, Hit The Deck Festival has been nothing less than a success. Its line-up has consisted of some of the...

Glastonbury 2014 – First Acts Announced

After the usual line-up whispers, two things are certain. And well, we've got good news and bad news. Firstly the darlings of 2013, Arcade Fire,...

Love Saves The Day 2014 | Early Bird Tickets

We humble hedonists here at Bristol Live love a good old knees up, and no event slakes our thirst for shindigery more than Bristol’s...

ArcTanGent 2014 On Sale | Cheap Tickets Until Christmas Eve

From tonight at 7pm, and for a limited time only, ArcTanGent are giving us the opportunity to grab 2014 tickets at 2013 prices.

The Cube Hits Fundraising Goal | Bristol Now Own the Microplex...

What has been done tonight can't be underestimated. You've not only bought The Cube, you have ensured that, no matter what goes on around...

No Brisfest 2014

Volunteers want our help in more ways than the Festival alone.After six ever-topping years, The Bristol Festival Community Group take a break from festivities...