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What’s on Bristol- June

June in Bristol is shaping up to be a vibrant month full of exciting events and activities. Whether you're a local or a visitor, there's something for everyone to enjoy. Here's a roundup of some of the best happenings around the city this month.


Explore the City with Bristol Ferry


Kick off your summer by exploring Bristol from the water. The Bristol Ferry offers a unique and scenic way to travel around the city. Whether you’re commuting or just looking for a relaxing boat ride, the ferry routes cover various stops along the harbour. It's a great way to see iconic sights like the SS Great Britain and the Clifton Suspension Bridge. Check it out here.

 


Candlelight Concerts: A Magical Evening


Experience music in a whole new light with the Candlelight Concerts series. This June, enjoy classical and contemporary music in an intimate, candle-lit setting. These concerts feature talented musicians performing pieces from traditional composers like Vivaldi and Beethoven, as well as a range of modern artists, creating an unforgettable atmosphere. Check it out here.



Longleat Summer Festival


Just a short drive from Bristol, the Longleat Summer Festival is worth the trip. Held in the stunning grounds of Longleat House, this festival combines live music, family-friendly activities, and delicious food stalls. Enjoy performances from a variety of artists, explore the safari park, and take part in fun workshops.


Dates: June 23rd - 25th

Location: Longleat, Wiltshire

Tickets: Purchase from the Longleat website.


Summer Paw-ty at the Pup-Up Cafe


Calling all dog lovers! The Pup-Up Cafe is hosting a Summer Paw-ty where you and your furry friends can enjoy a day out. There will be dog-friendly treats, toys, and plenty of space for your pups to play. It's a fantastic way to socialize with other pet owners and their dogs.

Tickets: Available here.


Bristol Sounds: A Five-Night Gig Series


Bristol Sounds returns to the city’s much-loved harbourside with a five-night series of gigs. This event features a stellar lineup of artists from different genres, providing an eclectic mix of music for all tastes. The open-air setting by the water makes it a perfect summer evening activity.


Upfest: The Urban Paint Festival


For art lovers, Upfest, Europe's largest street art and graffiti festival, is a must-visit. Taking place from June 1st to 3rd, Upfest transforms Bristol into a vibrant outdoor gallery. Talented artists from around the world come to decorate the city’s walls with stunning murals and creative artwork. Check it out here.

 

Festival of Nature


Celebrate the natural world at the Festival of Nature from June 8th to 16th. This festival, held across various locations in Bristol, offers a range of activities, including guided walks, workshops, talks, and interactive exhibits. It's a fantastic opportunity to learn about local wildlife and sustainability while enjoying the great outdoors. More details here.


Weston Wallz


Weston Wallz is a vibrant street art festival happening in Weston-super-Mare from June 10th to 17th. This event showcases the work of talented street artists who will transform the town's walls into stunning pieces of art. It's a great way to explore the area and enjoy some fantastic outdoor art. Find out more here.


National Treasures: Constable in Bristol – Truth to Nature


Art enthusiasts can enjoy the "National Treasures: Constable in Bristol – Truth to Nature" exhibition at the Bristol Museum & Art Gallery. Running throughout June, this exhibition features masterpieces by the renowned English painter John Constable. It's a rare opportunity to see these works up close and explore Constable's contributions to landscape painting.

  


Your June in Bristol

With so much to see and do, June is the perfect month to explore Bristol and its surroundings. Whether you're a music enthusiast, a pet owner, or just looking for a unique way to see the city, there's an event for you. Make sure to check event websites for the latest information on tickets and timings. Enjoy your June in Bristol!

 

 

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