Red Tangent Records Presents
Red Tangent Records present an evening of banging live music and social reform chat.
Live music from Noble1BOF, WAK Therapists, 0D1 & Ryan Kershaw – from live strings through Rock to Hip Hop – closed out by a set from DJ Rogue and supported by local bands & artists including Ziggy 2000, Muncle, Kezia Soul, Reevo Relly, Dexter Joseph Mark Hoff, Anna Kissell, Komposa & Kashtides.
Two live panels discuss social and penal reform and the importance and social relevance of Drill music.
Presented by Red Tangent Records
Seated and standing event
Lower ground music performances
Stalls bar panel talks
Ages: After 9pm 16+ (unless accompanied by an adult)
Full Price: Entry to live music performances
Panel Seated: Entry to panel talks + live music performances
The Severn Duo
Dexter Joseph Mark Hoff
Ziggy 2000; Kezia Soul
Relly & Rogue
Komposa & The Flows
Hosted by Mark Montgomery
Social & Penal reform
With Prison Reform Trust’s Paula Harriett, Unlocking Potential’s Gethin Jones, Lived Experience author and university teacher Andi Brierley and CEO of Music in Prisons Charity Changing Tunes David Jones.
Drill – Its Social Impact and Significance
With Noble1BOF, VK Management’s Shawn Itonga and Gang & Violence reduction specialist Anton Nobles.
Covid-19 Safety Measures
We’re committed to keeping you safe throughout your visit.
Please follow these safety measures when visiting Bristol Beacon.
Please do not attend this event if you have Coronavirus symptoms or have been asked to self-isolate.
Wear a face covering at all times. Except when eating and drinking or if you are exempt.
Take a PCR/Lateral flow test
Get a vaccination
Activate your COVID Pass with NHS App
Follow one-way signage
Card payment only, contactless preferred
Respect other people’s personal space