In June 2018 we began our project to transform the hall into a world class venue. But that doesn’t mean the music stops when the work starts…
Bristol’s largest concert venue is spreading its wings and loudly and proudly presenting shows in venues of all shapes and sizes across the city, under the banner of Colston Hall Presents.
From the best emerging talent to international superstars, we’ll be showcasing great live music at O2 Academy just around the corner, The Station and Rough Trade, The Crofters Rights in Stokes Croft, The Exchange and The Wardrobe Theatre in Old Market and more of the city’s finest music venues.
Find out what’s coming up in our Colston Hall Presents programme with the listings below, follow the hashtag #CHPresents for the latest updates and view the map to explore where shows will be popping up.
Top picks from our Colston Hall Presents programme
We’ve got some first-class acts in our programme for 2019. In February Flying Lotus associate Oliver Johnson aka Dorian Concept performs at Fiddlers with his synthesised jazz funk. March see’s the eight-piece powerhouse Ibibio Sound Machine return to Bristol’s Trinity Centre following two sell-out shows in The Lantern.
In April it’s all about Georgia Anne Muldrow‘s hip-hop neo-soul at Fiddlers and nostalgic cinema classics at Bristol Hippodrome with E.T. the Extra-Turrestrial: in concert. And in May the acclaimed singer/songwriters Grant-Lee Phillips and Josh Rouse perform a co-headline set at Fiddlers.
Take a listen to our Spotify playlist to hear the musical gems we’ll be presenting across the city in the coming months.
As we present shows in venues across the city we want to continue to make our events as accessible as possible. While we make every effort to make events presented by Colston Hall in other venues accessible for all, unfortunately there are some access limitations to some venues.
For your comfort and enjoyment we have collated some information regarding our partner venues on our accessibility pages here.
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