Code of the Streets 19th Anniversay 17/8/24 @ Rumors Lounge & Bar

Another milestone will be reached in August this year, when Code of the Streets celebrates 19 year as a resident club night. Launched in 2004, and starting as a monthly night at Cosies Wine, Bar, then eventually moving to Basement 45, where it became the longest night held in the venue.  Now residing at Rumors Lounge & Bar in Kingswood, the nights appeal has seen people travel from London, Gloucester, Wales, Birmingham, Swindon & Liverpool to attend these event.

Keep your weekend free for the biggest party this summer on: Saturday 17th August 2024 @ Rumors Lounge & Bar 87 Regent St, Kingswood, Bristol BS15 8LJ. 

To buy tickets for this event please visit our events page: Code Of The Streets 19th Anniversary tickets from Skiddle .

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Sounds Of The Windrush, Human Library @ Circomedia.

St Paul’s Carnival kindly invites you to Windrush Day for an evening of storytelling exploring the impact of the Windrush Generation on the Bristol music scene – from the Carnival vibes of Soca to the beats that have influenced Dubstep and Drum & Bass.

Inspired by the concept of Human Libraries and our previously popular Library events, our guest speakers will become ‘human books’, representing a key part of Bristol’s musical heritage. These musical legends will share their knowledge and experience of being part of groundbreaking music scenes in the South West & beyond.

Our speakers include DJ Style, Dazee, Big D (Jah Lokko) and Pinch. Delicious Jamaican food will also be provided by Jamaican Hideaway.

Learn, talk and listen with the community with this special opportunity to highlight Windrush and revisit the impact Black Britain has had on our music scene and beyond.

This takes place on Saturday 22nd June, 6pm @ Circomedia, St Paul’s Church, Portland Sq, Bristol, BS2 8SJ.  Tickets from the link below

We Rise new power anthem from Bristol, Out Now.

Today sees the release of ‘We Rise’ recorded by collective of young Bristol artists from ACE C.I.C. The song was Inspired by the 60th anniversary of the Bristol Bus Boycott. This powerful Anthem, We Rise, aims to inspire a future built on the principles championed by those who took part in the original Bristol Bus Boycott in 1963.

Please share across your platforms & spread the message, so the youth know the struggle, and how they can be aspired by those who came before them.