Hospitality on the Harbour is back on Bristol’s stunning harbourside, set to give festivalgoers an unmissable, high-energy day they won’t forget.

Taking place on 29th July 2023,  Hospitality on the Harbour has a stacked line-up of very special guests including an Invicta Audio Area Two takeover.

The incredible lineup includes Wilkinson, A.M.C, PHIBES, and many more. Tickets are priced at £38.50 before the final release goes on sale. For more information or to purchase tickets, please click here

Where is Hospitality on the Harbour taking place?

The festival is taking place at Bristol Amphitheatre & Waterfront Square from 14:00 to 22:30.

Who To Watch?

Well since it’s a day rave, there are many acts for you to enjoy and dance to all day. We’ve rounded up our top acts that you cannot miss.

1. Wilkinson FT MC AD-APT

An obvious first choice, but there’s no way you can attend this day rave and not stay for the incredible headliner that is Wilkinson. Having cemented himself as one of the most successful stars in global dance music, his set in the evening will be one to remember.  Expect to hear your favourite tracks including ‘Half Light’, ‘Afterglow’ and ‘Dirty Love’.

2. A.M.C

Known for his razor-sharp, four or sick deck performances and physical mixing style, A.M.C has become one of the most influential and highly respected artists in his field.  For any drum & bass fan, seeing A.M.C live should be on your bucket list.

3.  Flava D

They say Flava D can mesmerize anyone with her music so why not experience it for yourself? Flava D effortlessly switches between styles such as grime, bassline house and U.K. garage. Do not miss her set otherwise you’ll definitely get FOMO.

4. Phibes

Drum & Bass/Electronic duo have remained firmly in the rave scene since their inception by fusing all types of Bass music together to create their sound.  The duo are not afraid to whip the crowd into madness and insists they design all their songs to be experienced in the dance.

5.  S.P.Y 

As a special guest, S.P.Y had to make the roundup. After moving to London in 2006, S.P.Y was quick to establish himself in the drum & bass scene. With his fierce skills behind the desks, there’s no wonder why he’s been at the top of the scene for years.  Don’t forget to catch his set.

Make sure you grab yourselves a ticket, it’s expected to be a sell-out!