Line-up /Jamie xx (dj set)
Chris Clark (Club set)
Floating Points (dj set)
Jon Hopkins (live)
James Yuill (dj set)
Fantastic Mr Fox
Hexstatic (AV show)
Kutmah (dj set)
Shadow Orchestra (live)
Astroid Boys (live)
The Other Tribe (live)
Vespertine (dj set)
Martipants (dj set)
The Kelly Twins (dj set)
Ben One + Awkward (dj set)
Nova Robotics (live)
Willderbeast One (live)
Visuals by Lumen & Fata Morgana
The Correspondents (live)
The Nextmen (live)
Yes Sir Boss (live)
First Degree Burns (live)
Big in Lights (live)
Tin Roots (live)
The People's String Foundation (live)
John Hendicott (live)
Origami Dinosaur (live)
Zoon Van Snook (live)
Oh Jupiter (live)
Million Way (live)
The Fauns (live)
Kill Cassidy (live)
The World At Large (dj set)
Something in Construction Records (dj set)
Sink Ships (dj set)
Zero 7 (dj set)
Pardon My French DJs
Bank Holiday Sunday 1st of May
A very limited number of super early bird tickets at £15 each (only available from Bristol Ticket Shop)
Followed by a second release of tickets at £20 each.
Bristol Ticket Shop 0117 929 9008
Cooshti, Park St 0117 929 0850
Idle Hands, Stokes Croft 0117 908 7164
Rise, The Queens Road 0117 929 7511
Start The Bus, Baldwin St 0117 930 4370
Cardiff Arts Institute, Park Place (029) 20 231 252
Catapult Records, High Street Arcade +44 (0)2920 233730
Spillers, The Hays 029 2022 4905
Oakford Social Club, Blagrave Street 0113 9594267
And online from:
Bristol Ticket Shop www.bristolticketshop.co.uk/
Wristband exchange will be at:
Start The Bus from 12 midday
7-9 Baldwin St
Bristol, Avon BS1 1RU
0117 930 4370
Simple Things is a brand new one day music and visual festival presented by the people behind Colours, No Need to Shout ,Chai Wallahs, 580 Collective, Adventures in The Beetroot Field, Crack Magazine, Start the Bus and Monkey! Knife! Fight!
Situated in the heart of Bristol, the festival promises an eclectic, forward thinking lineup spread across 3 city centre venues.
Taking in a huge melting pot of genres from hip hop, electronica, funk, dubstep and everything in-between…..The event will include 5 stages including a secret location. We’ve also teamed up with festival favorites Chai Wallahs to host one of the stages and bring you the summer festival vibes early in the year.
The Old Firestation is a huge expansive project consisting of 3 main venue areas. Incorporating an ex-fire station, two police headquarters and a expansive courtyard complete with fire tower. It takes up an entire city block and is in the heart of the city centre.
Home to the renowned Invisible Circus, The space is one Bristol's most exciting and innovative venues.
The Festival also takes place in a 800 capacity secret location to be announced on the day!
In the Courtyard over the course of the day Warp Films will be showcasing some of their releases from the last few years. Popcorn at the ready.
A stage of local bands and DJs
Fear Of Fiction has been right at the front of showcasing Bristols next generation of Bands. Over the coarse of the day this stage will be hosting a range of local talent and will be headlined by Geoff Barrows (Portishead) newest project Anika.
Walkabout entertainment & games provided by Snowbombing favorites Squeaky Hill & Friends. Our resident random surrealists Squeaky Hill are back in the home town with a hilarious hold-all full of interactive idiocy and loony-tuned tomfoolery. So prepare yourself for all manner of preposterousness from the their interestingly insane itinerary!
PLUS LOADS MORE ACTS & FUN TO BE ANNOUNCED!!!!!!!