Tokyo World 2017 to run for two days at Eastville Park


21 September 2017




Tokyo World 2017 comes to Bristol’s Eastville Park this weekend and for the first time will run for two days rather than just one.

First staged five years ago the festival, which brings a late summer boost to the city’s music fans, has grown in popularity and this weekend is set to be the biggest yet.

The line-up features some of the best DJs currently touring and covers a huge range of styles including drum & bass, house, grime and much more. The festival has stages placed around the park so ticket holders will have plenty of choice.

Grime legend Wiley, Ghostface Killah & Killah from the Wu-Tang clan, Faithless and Basement Jaxx all feature in what is a feast of dance music.

Bad Company UK, Hybrid Minds, Dj Yoda, Artful Dodger and Big Narstie will all be appearing at the festival.

With up to 20,000 fans expected ticket holders are being encouraged to travel to Tokyo World by public transport as parking around the site is extremely limited. Stapleton Road station is a five-minute walk from the site.

There will also be Tokyo World buses running all day from Temple Meads Station, Whiteladies Road and Broad Quay and The Haymarket in the city centre.

For more information and to buy tickets see the official Tokyo World 2017 website

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