£10.90 incl. booking fee
Vocalist Evie Plumb and producers/multi-instrumentalists Jamie Walker and Luke Paget are LOWES – an electronic trio that take pride in their penchant for thunderous pop imbued with unapologetic authenticity, allowing their music to be both powerful and vulnerable.
The trio have enjoyed a meteoric rise since their initial breakthrough on Soundcloud in 2018 – with several critically acclaimed records, high-profile collaborations and even a Radio 1 Dance Award for Best Dance Singer now under their belts.
Hailing from rural North West England and each with a lifetime of musical experience, the band are more than comfortable writing, recording and producing their own work. Gladly peppered with a note of sarcasm, LOWES’ music and lyrics often reflect darker ideas and honest fears.
Presented by Bristol Beacon
Unreserved standing event
“An accomplished sound that would be at home on London Grammar’s debut album or as a soundtrack to a dramatic ending on your favourite HBO drama series.”
Address: Vintry Building, Wine St, Bristol BS1 2BD
The venue is situated on Wine St, between Union St and The Pithay.
Bicycle racks can be found near to the venue on Wine St. Find your nearest cycle routes using Cycle Planner.
There is limited on-street parking nearby. The closest public car park is NCP Car Park Nelson Street 120m from the venue.
The city centre bus stop is opposite the venue where most bus services stop.
This venue is fully accessible and a ramp is available upon request.
Parking & drop off
Drop-off is possible outside the venue, however, the entrance is not at street level. Please call the venue before or upon arrival so that a ramp can be ready for your visit.
Dogs and assistance dogs are welcome.
There is an accessible toilet inside the venue.
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