Frameshifter II Music Weekender

Fri Mar 22 2024 at 05:00 pm to Sat Mar 23 2024 at 08:00 pm

Broadmead, Bristol | Bristol

Free Severn Sound
Publisher/HostFree Severn Sound
Frameshifter II Music Weekender
Free Severn Sound presents:
The 'Frameshifter II Music Weekender'; a fundraiser by Free Severn Sound for No Small Thing and the Sparks Repairium (Repair Cafe).
Date/Time: Friday 22 March (17:00 - 21:00) and Saturday 23 March (13:00 - 20:00)
Location: Sparks Bristol, 78 Broadmead, Bristol, BS1 3DS
Early Bird: £5 one day, £8 two days
Second Release: £7 one day, £10 two days
Door: £9 per day
Vegan food available on Saturday 23 March.

Friday 22 March:
17:00 Jamie Broughton (singer/songwriter)
18:00 Katt Strike (electronic singer/songwriter)
19:00 Cloroplast (electroacoustic singer/songwriter duo)
20:00 Flamenco Loco (music and dance)

Saturday 23 March:
13:00 Boci (violin looper/songwriter)
14:00 Tango Menagerie (alternative/nuevo tango)
15:00 Seven Goats featuring Kap'n Stranger & The Whispering Prawns (metaphysical psych-pop)
16:00 Michaela Fedeczko Band (retro-chic soul, singer/songwriter)
17:00 Silky Disturbance (singer/performance artist)
18:00 Rosalind Moreno-Parra Band (Ladino, Latino, Tango, Spanish folk)
19:00 Fabio Ferri Quintet (prog jazz/metal/rock/avantgarde)

Free Severn Sound is an arts collective dedicated to creating, developing, arranging and recording original music.
Sparks is a unique space bringing together organisations and individuals from across the city (over 100 ethical traders, artists and educators) to pilot new ways to better serve the community and address the climate, ecological and cost of living crises. It explores how the heart of the city could change to help create a greener, fairer future.
The Repairium, resident at Sparks Bristol, offers a Sunday Repair Cafe, e-waste scrapping and creative workshops.
No Small Thing is a not-for-profit community organisation. Their aim is to help inspire the younger generation, career changers and volunteers to seek out, set-up and participate in ventures that will enable the necessary shift away from mass consumption, unfair and unequal ‘rights to resources’, and the associated social, environmental and economic abuses that are entangled with global resource extraction and consumerism.
All unsold food will be donated to homeless people in collaboration with St Mungo's.

Event Venue & Nearby Stays

Broadmead, Bristol, United Kingdom


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