Two day festival set in secret Bristol location to take place this June

Party like it’s 1992 at this post-pandemic party

Celebrating the end of lockdown in the UK, famous Bristol nightclub Lakota will be hosting their very own two day summer festival. The ‘Summer of Love’ festival will run on the 26th and 27th of June with two full days of partying honouring the era of raves that took place before the millennium.

The Lakota nightclub has made quite a name for itself within the club scene since it opened its doors in 1992. Paying tribute to this era, the club will host two special days of celebrations on the first weekend that raves will be allowed to take place. The lineup for June 26th is still yet to be announced, however is said to feature a day of disco, house and techno. So far, the festival’s second day on June 27th has confirmed the likes of Wilkinson, Sherelle, Watch The Ride and Harriet Jaxxon along with many more showcasing the best in bassline, jungle and drum & bass.

The location will be in central Bristol but the exact whereabouts will remain a secret until the day of the event. The festival has caught lots of attention on their socials, and with tickets limited and selling out quick, be sure to get yours while you still can.

Tickets can be found here.

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