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For 2019, the Bristol based festival, Love Saves The Day promises to push the boundaries even further of what the festival can offer. High-end stage designs and top DJs and live acts from around the world make Love Saves The Day one of the most popular two day events in the UK. Weekend tickets are less than £100, so at £50 a day this is unreal value for money.
Love Saves The Day returns to Eastville Park for its 8th year on May 24. The park is a short distance from The University of West England and a bus journey from The University of Bristol. Trains running frequently into the city centre make getting to Love Saves The Day a piece of cake; after getting off the train its a bus or cab drive away.
Saturday: Lily Allen headlines the first day with a very special guest yet to be announed. We're buzzing to see Jimothy Lacoste, the London rapper/pop YouTube sensation that's not to be taken too seriously. Our ones to watch for off the mainstage are the supremely talented Kojey Radical and Slowthai who are also bringing a unique sound to the UK hip-hop scene. If you're looking for a rave up then the legendary DJ Storm from Metelheadz is doing a history lesson in dnb, Antal and Palms Trax bring the disco and house to Bristol and Channel One Soundsytem reps the dub and jungle scene.
Sunday: Chase and Status continue their festival headlining conquering taking over the Sunday with their RTRN II Jungle set featuring General Levy and more big names in the jungle scene. We're buzzing for a Bonobo DJ set and world dominating queen, Peggy Gou over on the Paradiso stage. If you're looking to lose your marbles then a bassline mosh pit at a Holy Goof set is for you or a dnb masterclass with Goldie. The supremely talented Haai, Josey Rebelle and Midland over on Centre Stage are also world class DJs who need to be seen live.