More names added to bill for Skyline Series in Bristol this summer

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15 February 2018


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More names have been added to the Skyline Series, the series of open-air concerts coming to Bristol this summer.

First it was UB40, Texas, Imelda May, The The, The Jesus and Mary Chain and Future Islands. Now promoters MJR have released more acts. James Arthur, Echo and The Bunnymen, Bananarama and Garbage are the latest bands to be announced.

The Skyline Series will take place in a pop-up arena near the Motion nightclub in St Philips, close to the proposed site of Bristol’s arena.

Bristol is sharing the concerts with Birmingham, and the dates to look out for in Bristol are Friday June 22nd (Echo and the Bunnymen, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Peter Hook and The Light), Saturday June 23rd (UB40), Friday July 20th (Future Islands), Saturday July 22nd (Bananarama), Friday August 24th (James Arthur), Friday August 31st (Texas and Imelda May), Friday September 7th (Garbage) and Sunday September 9th (The The).

As well as the concerts, Bristol’s Skyline Series will feature a food village filled with some of the best street food producers from the city and beyond.

For tickets and more updates see the official Skyline Series website.



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