This Friday a Bristol based student collective launch their new event ‘Nonsense'. The first in a series of parties, Nonsense aims to create a universal platform for friends and strangers to come together and share their passions.
From the team at Barwood Barbecue, whose pop-up barbecue will be serving delicious delicatessen meat and veggie options from 9pm, to live music from the Macaco Project, Nonsense aims to bring together a student community of creatives with the cultural hub of Stokes Croft.
Its fitting then that the first event will take place at Kuumba, an Arts and Community Centre just off Cheltenham Road. The music is curated with Bristolian’s in mind. Whether or not you are one of the city’s permanent residents, a fleeting visitor or a student, being initiated into Bristol’s vast patchwork of musical diversity is a lifelong membership. Live acts and DJ’s will by drawing from: funk, dub, house, afrobeat, jazz, and techno.
Curated entirely by Bristol students, this Friday is an opportunity be a part of the atmosphere and rousing dance tunes we all know Bristol’s nightlight can provide. £3 entry all night.