Volcom Entertainment to bring its globally renowned one-day mini-festival concept, the ‘Volcom Garden Experience’, to Bristol, UK, at Lost Horizon on the 9th of September 2023.
The festival is a physical embodiment of Volcom’s "True To This” mantra by providing a creative hub for the local scene with an emphasis on both regional and global creators, makers, musicians, artists and anyone who needs an outlet to express their passion.
The Bristol instalment will feature an eclectic lineup of live bands and DJs, skateboarding challenges with prizes on offer, local food trucks, and a creative market which will gather an array of artists revolving around the Volcom universe.
Located near Cabot Circus, Lost Horizon venue is a creative den for the Shangri-La family to showcase art, live music and performance and a natural fit for the 6th edition of the Volcom Garden Experience.
MUSIC LINE UP
FAT TONY (USA)
ZED BIAS (UK)
FUCK FUCK FUCK (NL)
PAUL WHITE (UK)
UPSET STOMACH (UK)
MUTILATED STATE (UK)
LEOPARD ALE (Fr)
Timetable to be announced
GET YOUR TICKET
Tickets are £6 with a complimentary drink. Every ticket purchased enlists you into a raffle to win a Volcom Entertainment prize pack.
CAN’T MAKE IT?
Watch the event live on the TWITCH VOLCOM account! https://www.twitch.tv/volcom
About The Creative Market
Exhibitors include artists works, bands merch, workshops, record store, Volcom booth (screenprinted posters and Volcom entertainment collection products) and more.
Exhibitors: Lovenskate, French, Re-Run Streetwear, Medium Industries, Will Smith, Jeremy Jones, Lizzie Heath, Mary Flora Hart, Longfox Studio and more!
About the bands
Somewhere between DJ Screw and Bad Brains, De La Soul and Scritti Politti sits Houston’s native son, Fat Tony. A singular and experimentally-minded rap artist adept at both traditional regional styles and indie pop, hardcore thrash and melodic candy-painted bangers. He is punk in the platonic sense of the word: experimental and subversive, but also funny, whimsical, and virtuosic.
Dave Jones, better known as ZED BIAS, is a MOBO Nominated Music producer, arranger, remixer, guest lecturer, and DJ, based in Manchester, UK.
Bias’ releases, which explore a more experimental or progressive side of the 2 step garage sound (sometimes described as ‘dark-swing’) have been hailed as a crucial element in the establishment of Dubstep, as a definable sound or genre. He was one of the original resident DJ’s at the infamous club, FWD>>, the East London birthplace of Dubstep culture
The Amsterdam band FuckFuckFuck makes hard punk. With their performances, which are real live experiences, they have already built up a considerable reputation during support programs for The Black Lips, Dirty Fences and ZZZ, among others. The band consists of Hugo, Jits, Joris and Colin, also known from the Skatecafe in Amsterdam-Noord.
Link : www.fuckfuckfuck.bandcamp.com/
Paul White started as a beatmaker from South London whose sample-heavy approach draws from unlikely sources, including progressive and psychedelic rock and post-punk. He made his name over the previous decade by sculpting wonky, psychedelic hip hop mutations, working with everyone from UK favourite Jehst to wild Detroit based Anglophile rapper Danny Brown. He now writes, performs and produces his own take on psychedelic pop music. Since then he has been writing and producing for a number of high profile artists including singer and violinist Sudan Archives, and regular collaborator Danny Brown for his recent album 'uknowhatimsayin'.
LEOPARD Ale is 100% bedroom-made music. From beer talks to quantum physics, the conundrums in their songs blast through the means of hip hop with a twist of surf rock and jazz. Bottoms up.
Bristol based DJ & Producer Revrt delivers high energy sets of Jungle, DnB & leftfield bass music, infused with his high skill set of scratching & pad-drumming to lock you in.
About Volcom Entertainment
Volcom Entertainment, the independent record label founded in 1995, brainchild of Volcom co-founder Richard Woolcott and Volcom’s first sponsored snowboarder Ryan Immegart, who also was and still is theLINE’s singer/guitarist.
Today Volcom Ent’s mission is to reconnect our passion for experiencing the power of music and the arts with others. Our goal is to use lessons we learned prior to the modern social media era to build awareness for our artists and adapt those same DIY spirit and “punk” ethos to the energy we see happening now.
V-Ent comes back in the shape of a community with a variety of creative initiatives and tools connecting musicians, creators, and enthusiastic music fans worldwide to be discovered or to discover their next favorite artist.
Enter the World According to Volcom Entertainment: https://vol.cm/wave
Volcom Entertainment also draws on our heritage as a label and music promoter to create a complementary clothing collection that embodies our love of music, art, filmmaking, and all things entertaining.
Check out the Spring 23 V-Ent collection for men, women and boys at https://vol.cm/volcoment