Outertown Festival, Bristol's latest multi-venue event, will be celebrating the cities diverse DIY/Post-Punk & Underground scene. It will present 30 bands spread across some of Bristol’s most renowned and characteristic venues – Exchange, Ill Repute, Elmer's Arms, Glitch and the Old Market Assembly.
Venues / Line-Up:
Main Room: Grove, CLTDRP, Damefrisor, Cruelty, Haal & Ex-Agent
Basement: Deadletter, Deaf Deaf Deaf, Youth Sector, Peacelily & Holy Reptile
Opening its doors in August of 2012, the Exchange has become a staple in the Bristol music scene. It holds two event spaces, offering an adventurous and diverse program seven nights a week. Since opening they played host to a wide array of artists including The 1975, Haim, George Ezra, Rag n Bone Man, (the) Melvins, Four Tet, IDLES, Sleaford Mods and many more. It is home to various musical and creative residents – These include a Record Shop, Recording Studio, Gig Buddies Bristol and Offices for Local Promoters and Record Labels.
Saloon Dion, Workfriends, Oslo Twins, Lacuna Common, SHLUG & The Family Battenberg.
Quickly building a good reputation by serving the best craft beers from the local area and also gained a name as Bristol’s premiere destination for homemade Mexican food. They actively support the local live music industry, with local and touring bands, solo artists and DJs often found on their main bar stage or in the “Subterranean Social Club”.
Getdown Services, Rothmans, My Octopus Mind, Hypothetics, Erotic Secrets of Pompeii, The New America & Slug Puppie.
The Elmers Arms is a Craft Ale Bar with an original vinyl jukebox, in the Old Market area of Bristol. It hosts regular live music and DJ’s, while a converted piano has 2 record decks and mixer for the DJ’s playing their vinyl.
Hallan, Belishas, Beige Banquet, Kyoto Kyoto, Try Me, Butch Kassidy & Dwell.
Glitch is the first multi-faceted space where you can get your haircut whilst listening to live music.
Old Market Assembly:
JOHN, Opus Kink & ĠENN.
Old Market Assembly is a venue/theatre/restaurant, set over two floors. At the heart of The Old Market Assembly is inclusivity, a safe space for all to feel welcome, a place to come together, celebrate, relax. Sharing time, life and experiences.
Wristband exchange will be at Moor Beer. Doors open at 14:30 and music starts at 16:00. Get performance times on the day using our mobile app, for iOS and Android. Last few tickets are available here: