Beavertown’s Collaboration Sessions arrive in Bristol this August

Beavertown Brewery’s Collaboration Sessions are coming to Bristol, with an open-air party taking place at The Prospect Building on 10 August.

Building on successful sessions in London and Manchester earlier this summer, the event will present an eclectic range of live performances accompanied, of course, by lots of beer.

The line-up includes multi-hyphenate Eliza Rose, UK Afro-Jazz nine-piece Nubiyan Twist, ragga deejay General Levy, and local dub specialists Bristol Hi-Fi. Dan Shake and Laurence Guy will conclude the performances with a collaborative set.

The event will start at 2pm at the new Prospect grounds, located at Bristol’s largest outdoor warehouse venue on Feeder Road, previously functioning as Propyard. The music will be showcased on two stages throughout the day, anchored by Beavertown’s infamous Skulloon.

For more information and to purchase tickets, head to this link.