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Coronavirus Event Cancellations and Postponements

Due to the ongoing developments of the Coronavirus outbreak unfortunately we have had to cancel and reschedule the majority of our upcoming events. Below is a list showing the status of our upcoming events.

For regular updates from Bristol Music Trust regarding the Coronavirus outbreak, please read our news story here. 

Click here to view frequently asked questions regarding event cancellations and postponements due to Coronavirus.

Upcoming events

Gigi Masin – 19 March 2020, Arnolfini
RESCHEDULED to 30 October 2020

Princess Nokia + Tkay Maidza – 21 March 2020, The Marble Factory
RESCHEDULED to 17 November 2020

Symphony of Psalms – 21 March 2020, Bristol Cathedral
RESCHEDULED to 30 January 2021

Andy Shauf – 21 March 2020, Fiddlers
RESCHEDULED to 06 September 2020

Daoiri Farrell – 22 March 2020, Bristol Folk House
RESCHEDULED to 23 October 2020

Kedr Livanskiy – 27 March 2020, The Crofters Rights
RESCHEDULED to 24 November 2020

Festival of Sound 2020 – 28 March 2020, Colston Hall Foyer
RESCHEDULED to 22 November 2020

Richard Dawson – 29 March 2020, Trinity Centre
POSTPONED to 02 September 2020

SEED Ensemble – 02 April 2020, Colston Hall Foyer
RESCHEDULED – 11 October 2020

Calan – 11 April 2020, Bristol Folk House
RESCHEDULED to 08 November 2020

Ashley Henry – 21 April 2020, Colston Hall Foyer
RESCHEDULED to 27 October 2020

Brighde Chaimbeul + Aidan O’Rourke – 23 April 2020, St Stephen’s Church
RESCHEDULED to 19 October 2020

Gary Bartz + Maisha – 23 April 2020, Trinity Centre
RESCHEDULED to 27 October 2020

The White Buffalo – 24 April 2020, O2 Academy
RESCHEDULED to 29 November 2020

Nathan Fake – 24 April 2020, Loco Klub
RESCHEDULED to 19 September 2020

Pictish Trail – 27 April 2020, The Louisiana
RESCHEDULED to 26 March 2021

Baby Bushka! – 30 April 2020, Loco Klub
RESCHEDULED to 10 June 2021

Braids – 03 May 2020, Exchange
RESCHEDULED to 22 November 2020

Melt Yourself Down – 07 May 2020, The Jam Jar
RESCHEDULED to 11 March 2021

The Howl and the Hum – 09 September 2020, Exchange
RESCHEDULED to 14 February 2021

Talisk – 12 May 2020, St George’s Bristol
RESCHEDULED to 17 November 2020

Public Practice – 13 May 2020, The Louisiana
RESCHEDULED to 22 September 2020

The Handsome Family – 16 May 2020, Redgrave Theatre
RESCHEDULED to 13 March 2021

Tindersticks – 20 May 2020, St George’s Bristol
RESCHEDULED to 23 February 2021

Justin Adams & Mauro Durante – 20 May 2020, The Louisiana
RESCHEDULED to 23 November 2020

Broadside Ballads – 22 May 2020, Bristol Folk House
RESCHEDULED to 13 March 2021

Aoife O’Donovan – 23 May 2020, St Stephen’s Church
RESCHEDULED to 27 Jan 2021

Joan Shelley – 25 May 2020, The Wardrobe Theatre
POSTPONED – 27 May 2021

Douglas Dare – 31 May 2020, The Grain Barge
RESCHEDULED to 11 September 2020

Asleep at the Wheel – 03 June 2020, Fiddlers
RESCHEDULED to 02 September 2020

An Oxford Elegy – 13 June 2020, Bristol Cathedral
RESCHEDULED to 12 June 2021

Nile Rodgers & CHIC – 15 July 2020, The Amphitheatre
RESCHEDULED to 14 July 2021

Nile Rodgers & CHIC – 16 July 2020, The Amphitheatre
RESCHEDULED to 15 July 2021

Belle and Sebastian – 17 July 2020, The Amphitheatre
RESCHEDULED to 16 July 2021

The Secret Sisters – 19 July 2020, St George’s Bristol
RESCHEDULED to 17 January 2021

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Bristol Beacon

On Wednesday 23 September 2020 Colston Hall changed its name to Bristol Beacon.

Our new name is just the first step, it is about more than the sign above our door. Click below to find out more about how we’re changing, watch our name announcement, and discover how we want everyone to share in the joy of live music.

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