Here’s what to do in Bristol after the cancellation of Temples festival

By on 2 June 2016

Following the cancellation of Temples festival in Bristol, many of the bands, promoters and local venues have, in truly stoic British fashion, organised a number of shows over the weekend to make up for the disappointment and also to make sure those who have booked travel and accommodation have plenty to do over the coming weekend. Here is your handy guide.

Keep an eye on the following venues for further announcements as, owing to the last-minute timing of everything, :

The Fleece, Bristol

The Gryphon, Bristol

The Moon, Cardiff

Friday 3 June

Mayhem and Esoteric play The Fleece on Friday June 3, tickets are still available. Tickets are £30 and the event page is here.

Saturday 4 June

One of the first shows to be announced is the now sold out show at The Fleece in Bristol itself, billed as follows:

Dragged Into Sunlight
All Pigs Must Die
Primitive Man
Venom Prison

The day starts at 11:30 and although the show is sold out, keep checking the event Facebook page for news of spare tickets.

At The Gryphon are:

Meek is Murder; and
Employed to Serve.

Entry is free and the event page is here.

Sunday 5 June

At The Moon in Cardiff, Vision of Disorder play with Hammer of the Gods, Tides of Sulfur and Dimensions, from 7pm. Tickets are £15. The event page is here.




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