Bristol Booze Cruise 1st Wave Announcement

Booze Cruise fesrtival have just released their first wave of bands for the festivals second ever time in the UK.
Following on from this years debut fun-filled weekend, the festival looks set to be another ripper which shouldn't be missed!

The party takes place on the 'bank holiday' weekend at Bristol's safe space and hub of independent music, The Exchange. With bands coming from all over the world, it looks even better and more diverse than 2019 and for many of the bands it will be the first time hitting UK / EU shores, emphasising the ethos of the festival.

'A lot of curating of the festival is purely bands we love and want to see, so in that sense its not a 'conventional' festival' says Daniel Baker of Bristol Booze Cruise.

'I am personally in a touring band so get to meet and play with so many bands I either love, or fall in love with so its a big buddy fest! I think I have played with or met around 85% of the line-up and lots of the bands know each other so its good vibes only.'

'On the flip-side, we want to give the opportunity to bands the audience may never have of heard or got to see. We want people to walk away from the weekend discovering their new favorite band. Furthermore, for many bands coming from abroad its not financially possible to tour the UK without a festival, so if we can get bands over, we will!'


Aerial Salad - UK
All Better - UK
Alright - USA
Antillectual - NL
Burnt Tapes - UK
Darko - UK
Empire Me! - DE
The Gay Agenda - USA
Good Friend - IRL
Goodbye Blue Monday - UK
Hit Like A Girl - USA
Jabber - USA
Late Bloomer - USA
March - NL / BE
The Menstrual Cramps - UK
Mikey Erg Band - USA
Moonraker - USA
Ramona - USA
The Run Up - UK
Sewer Rats - DE
Shoreline - DE
The Social Club - UK
Teenage Bubblegum - IT
Trophy Jump - HR
Pardon Us - UK
Witching Waves - UK