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Hospitality On The Harbour returns for 2024: Andy C, Netsky, High Contrast, A Little Sound and more

Hospitality On The Harbour

Influential drum & bass icons Hospitality x [THE BLAST] are back this summer with Bristol’s biggest drum & bass day party: Hospitality On The Harbour 2024 takes place at Lloyds Amphitheatre in the iconic Bristol Harbourside space on Saturday, 3rd August 2024

This incredible one day event in the heart of the city follows two consecutive sell out editions and will be headlined by The Executioner aka Andy C, Netsky, High Contrast, Special Guest A Little Sound and an insane further lineup of leading talent from new school rule breakers to original pioneers. Sign-up for exclusive pre-sale access via the festival's website.

Hospitality has a long standing relationship with Bristol, with a history of sellout events across the city and this one will be another unmissable chapter in Hospitality Bristol’s story. The location is unreal, set in front of a hugely impressive amphitheatre overlooking the beautiful Bristol Harbour. As usual with Hospitality events, the focus is on welcoming everyone and anyone, providing safe spaces to rave and make new like-minded music loving mates.

Hospitality On The Harbour will offer two different stages - the Main Stage located in front of Lloyds Amphitheatre overlooking the harbourside, which will feature some of the biggest headliners drum & bass has to offer and showcasing a whole spectrum of sub-genres. Area Two offers a more intimate experience, set close to a delicious array of local food vendors catering to all tastes. Plus, the Hospital Shop will be out in full force providing you with the freshest Summer rave garms and accessories.

Both previous chapters of Hospitality On The Harbour have sold out in advance and this third edition is sure to do the same. Do not miss out on Bristol’s biggest drum & bass event of the summer and sign-up for exclusive pre-sale access here before tickets go on sale this Thursday at 18:00.

Hospitality On The Harbour

Images Credit: Jukebox PR Press


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