Sequences Festival 2018 Tickets | Motion Bristol  | Sat 21st July 2018 Lineup

Sequences Festival 2018 tickets

Motion in Bristol

Saturday 21st July 2018

12:00pm til 10:30pm (last entry 7:30pm)

Minimum Age: 18

Sequences Festival returns for its third year bigger and better than ever before, featuring an uncompromising line up across 3 stages...

 
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Sequences Festival 2018 on Saturday 21st July 2018

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Sequences is a one day festival in Bristol. The 2018 lineup features 3 main stages - 4 legendary bass music brands - 3 world class Soundsystems - 1 uncompromising lineup... [SEQUENCES]

Area 1 - The Blast

  • Mist
  • Rejjie Snow
  • Holy Goof
  • Conducta & Coco
  • Chimpo
  • Mina x Bryte
  • L U C Y
  • Jaydrop
  • K Stylz
  • Fire Man Sam
  • TS2W
  • Koast
  • Bristol Debut:
  • Problem Central

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Area 2 - Critical Sound

  • Noisia (DJ set)
  • Hazard
  • Mefjus
  • Ivy Lab
  • Kasra
  • Sam Binga
  • Halogenix
  • Foreign Concept B2B QZB
  • GQ
  • 2shy
  • Chunky
  • Mantmast
  • Maksim
  • Carasel

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Area 3 - Deep Medi vs Bandulu

  • Mala
  • Kahn & Neek
  • Sir Spyro
  • Commodo & Rocks FOE
  • Dubkasm (live)
  • Egoless (live)
  • Hi5Ghost & Boofy
  • Compa
  • Mungo's Hi Fi (dj set)
  • Killa P
  • Irah
  • Sun of Selah
  • Rider Shafique

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Festivals Guide: 

This event is part of our Festivals 2018 guide

Music Genres: 

Bass Music, Drum n Bass, Dubstep, Grime

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