Save The Date // LSTD Line-Up Announced

Love Saves The Day returns to Bristol’s Eastville Park on the 26th & 27th May, bringing headliners Fatboy Slim, Sampha, Tom Misch, Loyle Carner & more for a love-fuelled bank holiday weekend. The two-day event will see party goers gather in their masses for a weekend filled with good food, good vibes & music from some of the finest underground and established artists around. 

Saturday sees headliners Fatboy Slim, Bicep, Tom Misch & George Fitzgerald grace the main stage, providing funky dance-worthy cuts,  while Bristol’s The Blast present heavyweights My Nu Leng, Krept & Konan, Flava D & The Blast DJs delivering the best in bass music on The Lonely Hearts stage.

Gerd Janson, Solar, Man Power and Dave Harvey can be found at the Brouhaha stage, serving the best in house and disco, while Four Tet and Floating Points accompany Avelino for Crack Presents. The Lost Garden stage hosts Horsemeat Disco & Jackmaster, whose full line-up will be released in the phase two announcement.

On to the Sunday and the main stage hosts a special pairing of reggae and dancehall legend David Rodigan & The Outlook Orchestra, as well as sets from Nightmares On Wax, Loyle Carner and the emotive tones of Sampha. Hold Tight Records present Shy FX Soundsystem, Digital Mystikz, Mungo’s HiFi and more, catering to the deep and dirty sounds of dub, dubstep & roots.

Head over to The Lonely Hearts stage for the smooth sounds of Patrick Topping, Heidi Butch & headliner Hot Since 82 for an evening of groovy tech house anthems and infectious house, or if you’d rather the funky house-driven sounds of Joy Orbison, Shanti Celeste and Black Madonna then The Paradiso stage is the place to be.

On top of this stellar line-up, there are still four stages to be announced: Jackmaster, Horsemeat Disco, Artwork and Andy C Presents, and I think it’s safe to say we can expect big things. LSTD continues to grow year after year and this year is set to be the biggest yet, from diverse line-ups, delicious local food and drink from some of Bristol’s favourites, Cocktails & Dreams to Shambarber & a roller disco; Love Saves The Day is definitely one to put in the diary.

You can grab your tickets here, and check out the full event information below.