Saturday, July 9, 2016 - 20:30

A Brigstowe Post Pride Party starring Female led awesome bands with feisty ‘tude and a kick ass DJ. This alternative event wants to raise awareness for Brigstowe, an important charity that provides free confidential support, information and advice to people in and around Bristol living with or affected by HIV.

Headlining our night is Muff Said. They're BACK and better and Skankier than ever!!
The mighty Muff Said are a local six piece, female fronted brassy Ska-Punk band with a feisty Riot Grrrl twist, they get the audience dancin and skankin with their unique brand of ska and always attract a friendly bouncy crowd with their infectious stage presence and cheeky jig.

All the way from Canada we have Aboriginal artist Iskwe and her 4 piece band! The delicious music is a blend of TripHop & R&B think Portishead beats with a Canadian Soulful Diva at the helm., the Artist/Band put on a memorable show you don’t want to miss out on.

Opening our mini festival we have an all Grrrl local band iDestroy that has just released its first EP: ‘Vanity Loves Me’. Their music is sharp, snappy, and swaggery punk/garage-rock – with a hint of pop thrown in for good measure – flashing influences like The Stooges, Sleater Kinney, and The Hives.

All night in between sets to keep you dancing to the wee hours: The fabulous DJ Tina Hart is going to spin a mashup of Tech Funk, Hip hop, House, broken beats and whatever tickles her fancy.

Bands start at 9pm be on time you don't want to miss a single beat.

Doors 8:30pm - 2am only £3 less than a pint
Free before 9pm

This event is supported by and supporting the Brigstowe Project; a front line, responsive charity providing advice and support to people living with HIV in Bristol.