Belle & Sebastian
plus Django Django
We proudly present indie-pop icons Belle and Sebastian at The Amphitheatre, Bristol Harbourside on Fri 15 Jul 2022.
Led by Stuart Murdoch, Glasgow’s Belle and Sebastian have provided the soundtrack for love-struck teens and yearning adults for over 25 years.
Creating beautiful, sensitive work that harnesses the power of 60s-nodding pop melodies and a whimsical charm, the band’s back catalogue has “a song for every mood” (Louder Than War), delivering enigmatic yet “life-affirming chamber pop” (The Guardian) at every turn.
Having played to a sold-out crowd at Bristol Beacon in 2015, this very special Harbourside gig marks Belle and Sebastian’s triumphant return to Bristol and their biggest show in the city to date.
This summer, against the glimmering backdrop of Bristol’s Harbourside, expect a gloriously joyous indie pop party ahead of Bristol Harbour Festival.
Presented by Bristol Beacon
Ages 14+ (Under 16s to be accompanied by an adult)
Belle & Sebastian on Fri 17 July 2020 will now take place on Fri 15 July 2022.
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Gates open: 18:00
Django Django: 19:30
Belle & Sebastian: 20:45
All times are approximate and subject to change.
Enter via Millennium Square. Last entry 21:00.
Have these items ready for checks:
- photo ID of lead booker
- the card used to purchase tickets
- booking confirmation email
Ask everyone in your group to arrive together.
Bag and person searches may be carried out by our event and security staff.
There is no readmission.
Watch & Listen
“a song for every mood”
Louder Than War
Mercury Music Prize nominated “indie alchemists” Django Django will be opening for Belle & Sebastian following the release of their fourth album, Glowing in the Dark.
Ticket Terms and Conditions
To help ensure tickets only go to genuine fans and are not touted the following terms and conditions have been agreed:
- Tickets are limited to 4 per customer.
- The lead booker’s name will be printed on the tickets.
- The event ticket is invalid if resold or offered for sale.
- Tickets are non-refundable.
- If purchasing a ticket as a gift, please click the relevant box in the purchase path and include the name of the recipient.
Access Viewing Platform
All areas of The Amphitheatre are wheelchair accessible. There is a raised viewing platform towards the back of The Amphitheatre in a central position.
Please be aware of these access ticket requirements:
- Access Viewing Platform tickets are only to be used by customers who consider themselves to have an access need or require mobility assistance from a personal assistant.
- We will contact bookers prior to the event date to find out more about your access requirements.
- One additional personal assistant ticket is included by default at no cost.
We want everyone to enjoy this event. For audience safety and enjoyment, please do not bring any of these items into the event area.
- Alcohol and food (unless for medical reasons)
- Drugs, legal highs, nitrous oxide
- Glass items
- Seats or chairs
- Sharp objects
- Professional cameras or recording equipment
- Rollerblades/skates, skateboards, scooters or bicycles
- Animals (other than guide/assistance dogs)
- Laser pens
- Flares and fireworks
Food & Drink
Soak up some summer sun with a cold one
Bar and food stalls will open from 18:00 for the duration of the event.
There will be a range of vegetarian, vegan and gluten free food options.
Card payment preferred at all food and drink stalls.
Bristol Harbourside Amphitheatre
Site entry is on the south side of Millennium Square.
Bicycle & e-scooter
The closest bicycle racks are off Millennium Square next to We The Curious or behind Watershed.
Voi e-scooters are available for hop-on hop-off short term rental across Bristol. The closest Voi parking is on Anchor Road opposite We The Curious.
The closest multi-storey car park is Millennium Square car park with 24 hour parking. If you’re using sat nav, enter BS1 5LL as your destination.
All bus services with Bristol city centre destinations will stop in the centre near Cascade Steps, or on Anchor Road close to Millennium Square and We The Curious.
Parking & drop off
A drop off zone is next to the site entry gates, just beyond the entrance to the Millennium Square car park off Canons Way.
Disabled parking is in Millennium Square car park next to the main vehicle / pedestrian entrance and lifts.
All assistance dogs are welcome. Our staff are trained to know how to behave around working dogs. Please ask if there’s anything we can do to help.
There are accessible toilets on site. These are located close to the viewing platform.
Walking sticks or walking aids are permitted.
Please be aware there are no hearing loops installed in the temporary festival infrastructure.