Eastville Park, Bristol
25 - 26 May

Our 100th issue landed this month.

And of course, we couldn’t just drop a milestone cover without also hosting a party. Only, this time, we decided to stage a series of parties across the world. As part of our Crack 100 celebrations, we headed to Bristol’s Love Saves the Day Festival where we platformed rising artists and former cover stars upon our stage.

We had fiery bars from Flohio, a moving show from Kojey Radical and Ross From Friends brought summery, low-slung house to the stage. Hot after releasing his debut album Nothing Great About Britain, our February cover star slowthai caused chaos at the festival with a politically-charged show, and Little Simz dazzled as our Crack Magazine headliner.

Photographer Callum Chaplin was on board to capture a magical edition of our annual party at Love Saves the Day. View his images below.