Colston Hall presents its fourth year of Terrace Sessions, and this year its a series of four parties featuring the cream of party-organisers from Bristol and beyond, all taking place on our sun-drenched terrace looking out over the city.
Each session starts at 5pm for the ultimate weekend party vibes, plus we’ve added a bank holiday Sunday date so the party can continue across the long weekend. So head on over, crack open a beer and soak up some summer rays.
Sat 5 Aug, 17:00
The Nextmen feat. Gardna
Boom Sound Recordings are a Bristol based record label for all things Reggae and Bass who have had considerable success in creating some of the most colourful music to come out of our lovely city since its inception 2 years ago. The lineup for this event is testament to this.
The Nextmen join us for a 2 hour session playing Reggae, Dancehall, Soul, Funk, Hip Hop and Jungle slammers from across the globe.
Fri 11 Aug 2017, 17:00
FallingUp with Andrew Ashtong
Falling Up are a Bristol based party founded in 2008, ran by three great Bristol DJs and producers Jay L, Typesun & Andy Mac. These longtime Bristol DJs make up a significant presence on the circuit and have a string of credentials behind them, including releases on Idle Hands, Punch Drunk, brstl & The Trilogy Tapes.
Fri 18 Aug, 17:00
£5 entry incl. bf
Musu feat. Pender Street Steppers
Musu return for another terrace session as they celebrate their 2nd birthday with a 3 hour set from Pender Street Steppers, the duo behind the Mood Hut label. Jack J and Liam Butler are not just reputable selectors, but they are also instrumental to the recent surge of house music hailing from Vancouver that is causing a bit of a storm. With their records providing many highlights over the years, and their sets composing of feel-good house, disco, jazz, soul and whatever else takes their fancy, you can expect nothing less than a party!
Sun 27 Aug, 17:00
£5 entry incl. bf
We Like To Party feat: Sadar Bahar
The House Party in a Club: We Like To Party comes to the Terrace Sessions playing everything from Disco to Turbo Skiffle Funk. The team have brought the likes of 2manyDj’s, Greg Wilson, DJ Yoda, Romare, Onra, Dam Funk and Cut Chemist to Bristol and have been residents at Snowbombing for over 10 years… P.A.R.T.Y.
This year the We Like to Party DJs join forces with legendary Chicago DJ and record collector, Sadar Bahar.
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.