Lakota’s Summer of Love Festival
Saturday 26th June 2021 — Sunday 27th June 2021

Lakota’s Summer of Love Festival

2:00 pm - 11:00 pm
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Let’s party like it’s 1992! The year Lakota’s doors first opened.

We are ecstatic to announce Lakota’s first festival (and the first in the UK for 2021!)

✅: *Accessibility tickets available* – to apply fill out this form:
🌳 The festival’s location will be a field in Bristol, however, the exact location will remain a secret until the day of the event. Return bus tickets will be available to shuttle you to and from the festival; buses will pick you up and return you to the centre of Bristol.
Saturday 26th & Sunday 27th June.
If restrictions are extended, the festival will be rescheduled to take place on the first weekend after restrictions are dropped. Any tickets purchased are also guaranteed by our Covid-19 refund policy.
The Saturday of the festival will focus on house, disco, techno, and boasts a line up featuring Eats Everything, Sam Divine, Archie Hamilton, Eclair Fifi, Jasper James, Alex Virgo, DJ Paulette, Jess Bays, Bklava, Sarah Story and lots of upcoming local talent. There will also be a stage playing a variety of garage, UK Funky and dancehall.The Sunday of the festival will focus on Drum and Bass, Jungle, Bass, Rollers, 140 and all things bass! Headlined by household name Wilkinson, Sherelle, Watch The Ride (Randall, DJ Die, Dismantle), Koven, Doc Scott, Benny Page, Harriet Jaxxon, AC13, Lens, this promises to be a truly special day for bass fans!
– SATURDAY = Re-sale tickets now available…but be quick, as these are extremely limited!

– SUNDAY = Running low

Bought a ticket but want to swap days?
This is an 18+ Event ONLY!
We operate “Challenge 25” if you look under 25 you will be required to display ID upon entry to the event.
Tickets are non transferable, the ticket holder may be asked to provide identification to enter the event, this must match the details on the ticket.

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