September Flash Sale 2018

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Save money on thousands of tickets throughout Bristol, Bath, and beyond, in our 24 hour cultural flash sale.

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September Flash Sale 2018

We’re excited to be taking part once again in one of the biggest arts sale in the UK! Canny culture fans can save money on thousands of tickets throughout Bristol, Bath, and beyond, in a 24-hour flash sale from 10am on Thursday 6 September.

What’s on offer at Colston Hall

Colston Hall is offering 25% off 16 fantastic events! Book via the links below from 10am on Thursday 6 September.

Each show will be in the sale for just 24 hours and tickets will be strictly limited – once they’re gone, they’re gone and all prices will return to normal the next day.

Scroll down to see what shows are on offer.

Flash Sale tickets have sold out for Ólafur Arnalds, Baloji, Hypnotic Brass Ensemble and Hidden Orchestra.

How to book Flash Sale tickets at Colston Hall

Book via the show links below from 10am on Thursday 6 September.

For events with unallocated tickets, select the FLASH SALE ticket type, then proceed to checkout.

Maximum of x4 flash sale tickets per transaction.

All Flash Sale tickets are inclusive of booking fees.

What’s on offer across Bristol & Bath

Deals can be found by following the Twitter hashtag of #CultureFlashSale and a full list of events is on the Visit Bristol website.

Some of our top picks include:

  • Money off tickets for Gentleman’s Dub Club and the hit podcast live show Private Parts Live + more at Bristol SU’s Anson Rooms
  • 10% off tickets to Bath Children’s Literature Festival (excluding workshops and masterclasses)
  • 25% off 34 classical, jazz, folk and world music concerts, plus spoken word and family events at St George’s Bristol, and money off drinks. Highlights include ex-frontman of folk giants Bellowhead Jon Boden with the Sacconi Quartet performing Elvis Costello’s The Juliet Letters, plus Transglobal Underground vocalist Natacha Atlas.

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