For the last few years, festival goers have been looking forward to spending summers in Bristol. There’s simply no better way to say goodbye to the warm months of the year than a weekend at Tokyo World, which has consistently been delivering such an insane caliber of performances festival after festival. No wonder it’s become one of the most anticipated events in Bristol’s music calendar; one that tends to get chock-full with music events especially during summer. Mind-blowingly elaborate stage design, such careful attention to sound system quality, and a crowd so fun-loving that good vibes is pretty much guaranteed throughout the weekend. If it leaves you wanting more, the good news is that there will be after-parties to look forward to.
Make sure you bring your most comfortable dance shoes, because you’re going to be hard-pressed to resist the legendary beats and tunes all weekend long at Tokyo World.
After all, when you’ve got the likes of Action Bronson, Sister Sledge, Submotion Orchestra, Groove Armada, and Morcheeba on the lineup, dancing no longer becomes optional. Fanfare or hype didn’t contribute to the massive popularity of Tokyo World, unlike other events – the acts simply speak for themselves. It should be said, though, that the local talents showcased at the festival are definitely worth watching. They’ve been known to introduce some stellar acts that, even if you haven’t heard of them, will knock your socks off with their epic performances.
So don’t wait a minute longer – book those festival tickets today. It’s your chance to have one last, albeit memorable, fling with music festival season.
Tokyo World will go down at Eastville Park, a stunning Victorian city park along Fishponds Road, with sprawling green spaces.
It’s recommended to arrive 12PM onwards on both days to avoid lining up in queues. Attendees under the age of 18 will be required to attend with an adult. Local residents may avail of a discounted ticket.
Tokyo World organizers will be arranging shuttle bus services throughout the weekend. Pick up points include the Temple Meads Station, Bristol City Centre, and the Broadmead City Centre.
However, all festival goers are encouraged to walk or take a bicycle to the festival site if you’re able to book accommodations near enough. If you still need to take a vehicle, car-sharing is best. If you’ll be taking a train, the nearest train station is located at Stapleton Road, 15 minutes from the venue.
Stay close to the festival grounds by booking accommodations in nearby Bath, which is just a few minutes away by train. Head to the map below for other nearby places to check out for the best lodging deals.
Summer is the height of festival season in Bristol, a city renowned around the globe for world-class music events. In between all that festival-hopping, this gorgeous city has tons to offer especially if you love food, nightlife, and the arts. Go on a feast at the Glass Arcade in St. Nick’s Market, where you can devour delish treats from all parts of the world.
You’ll need the food for fuel to help you paint the town red, because Bristol’s nightlife is nothing short of legendary with such an impressive selection of speakeasies, live music, glam bars, dive bars, and everything else in between. Make sure you get a couple of great photos with one of the city’s most distinct characteristics: fierce graffiti! And if you’re brave enough, you might want to explore the many old buildings in this town whose history dates back over 800 years. There’s enough ghost tours and creepy stories that will guarantee a spook or two.
Tokyo World happens next from September 21-22, 2019.
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