What: Simple Things Festival // Where: Various // When: Fri 24th-Sat 25th Oct // Cost: Various Simple Things Festival returns to Bristol this Friday with a special opening party and a full day of musical diversity on the Saturday.
For a fourth year various Bristol venues will open their doors to the best in indie and electronica, bringing beats and bass to a cross section of existing city centre venues and brand new interesting and intriguing creative spaces.
The Opening Party, on the eve of the event, will be hosted by Motion and headlined by a full-band live show from Caribou, with support from Jessy Lanza; while Saturday will be headlined by Death From Above 1979, Mogwai, DJ Harvey and Zomby.
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By Kevin McGough
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