Bristol Jazz Festival 2023 - Sunday
£47.96 to £59.95 incl. booking fee
With bucket loads of soul, gospel, funk and groove Sunday at Bristol Jazz Festival will lift your spirits and move your feet in equal measure.
Artists including The Good Stuff Gospel Choir, Rebecca Nash & Nick Walters, Hopkins Hammon Trio and Hannah Williams and The Affirmations will perform across two stages in Bridgehouse – our iconic foyer space at Bristol Beacon.
All concerts are included in the Sunday ticket.
Presented by Bristol Jazz Festival
Format: Standing with seats available
Age: All ages
Tickets to this event include seven concerts.
Full Price: £59.95
Universal Credit: £47.96
Access Register: £47.96
Personal Assistant: Free with Access Register tickets
All ticket prices are inclusive of booking fee.
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Artists performing on Sunday
The Good Stuff Gospel Choir
14:00, Bridgehouse stage
A brand-new gospel and soul group featuring some of the best singers and musicians in the South West – a joyful live performance full of uplifting material to kick off the Sunday of Bristol Jazz Festival.
Jonny Bruce Quintet
15:00, Level 1 Bar
Festival regular Jonny Bruce has put together a hard-bop and Blue Note style set for his Hammond organ based line-up, including tunes from Horace Silver, Roy Hargrove and Stan Getz.
Sarsen Drift (Rebecca Nash & Nick Walters)
World premiere of The Sanctuary
16:00, Bridgehouse stage
A world premiere of new music by acclaimed pianist Rebecca Nash and trumpet player/producer Nick Walters.
17:00, Level 1 Bar
With her rich, soulful voice Myataza’s sound offers mellow jazz rhythms intertwined with Afrobeat influences.
Matt Brown’s 6161
18:00, Bridgehouse stage
World premiere. 6161 is an Alt-Jazz Horn led band for the 21st century and Bristol super group, fronted by Bristol drummer Matt Brown (Run Logan Run).
Hopkins Hammond Trio
featuring special guest Gary Alesbrook
19:00, Level 1 Bar
These four incredible musicians define the Bristol Jazz Funk sound. Superb musician’s individually, something happens when they play together that is magic. Be prepared to groove!
Hannah Williams and The Affirmations
20:00, Bridgehouse stage
One of the UK’s most powerful soul voices returns after her awesome performance at the last Bristol Jazz Festival in 2019, and having wowed the nation as a finalist in The Voice 2021.
Lower Ground Floor
The Bridgehouse stage is right in the heart of Bristol Beacon’s iconic foyer space. Watch with aerial views from the balconies or get front row action.
Level 1 Bar
Nestled in the bar area on our first floor, this stage will present artists in between performances on the Bridgehouse stage, so you never miss a moment of music.
Bristol Jazz Festival 2023
Fri 19 – Sun 21 May 2023
View the full line-up and buy tickets for the 10th anniversary of Bristol Jazz Festival.
Running for three days across various stages, this weekend will be packed full of the very best of British jazz along with some gems from Bristol’s scene.
at Bristol Beacon
Our foyer space located within Bristol Beacon where we host events, performances and conferences.
Getting to the venue
Location: Bridgehouse is located within Bristol Beacon with entrances on Colston Street and Trenchard Street.
Address: Bristol Beacon, Trenchard Street, Bristol, BS1 5AR
Bicycle racks can be found in front of the main entrance on Trenchard Street, Colston Street, and on the city centre promenade. Find your nearest cycle routes using Cycle Planner.
Trenchard Street multi-storey car park is 50m away directly behind Bristol Beacon.
Bristol Clean Air Zone
Bristol Beacon is inside the Bristol Clean Air Zone. Check if your vehicle will be charged and how much you’ll have to pay.
The city centre bus stop is 250m from Bristol Beacon where most bus services stop.
Bridgehouse has level access from street level with lifts to all levels. For unallocated seated performances, seats can easily be removed to accommodate wheelchairs.
Registered assistance dogs and emotional support animals are allowed in the venue.
There is an induction loop at the box office. You can use this by adjusting your hearing aid to the ‘T’ setting. There is no hearing loop facility for the foyer stage.
Eat & Drink
Eat & Drink
We’ve got plenty of places for you to relax and refill. From coffee and cake, to delicious sharing boards, to full menus.
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