Green Works

Mid-size BS4 warehouse venue dedicated to underground sound system culture


With massive sound systems and the team behind Green King Cuts at the helm, Green Works has been attracting Bristol clubgoers since its 2022 inception in a Brislington industrial estate.

Hosting club events with mix of dub, reggae, jungle, drum & bass , dubstep, UKG, house and beyond - the venue is set across a 450 cap main room and separate bar, with an outdoor courtyard and step-free access to all areas.


What's On At Green Works

RIG WARS IV: DARTH LENG vs DJ JEDI at Green Works
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bassline techno breakbeat trance happy hardcore
Rustikal Exodus / Goodbye party at Green Works
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breakbeat techno drum and bass jungle dub
UNIFICATION OF DUB at Green Works
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dub reggae roots reggae
4 YEARS OF SILVERBACK SOUND SYSTEM at Green Works
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trance drum and bass 140

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Green Works in a killer 140 fashion! With the Instrumental King aka grime originator Slimzee, Rinse FM’s 3 deck slicing wunderkid MJK and Flirta D’s rapid fire mic attack; there's no better showcase of the absolute pinnacle of grime’s past, present and future. Showcasing the best of UK club culture

Airhorns out for ‘appy ‘ardkore survivor DJ Fat Controller, heading a euphoric night of old skool antics across the breakbeat / jungle / trance / acid continuum with nightcore4totalsluts’ deconstructed donk ambassador Dolfinboy. Bristol Zoo presents the zoo themed 90s warehouse rave with DJ Fat Controller, Anna Prank, Dolfinboy, Arkyn & More

10-tonne heavy, triple soundsystem meeting between West London’s mighty Ital Power, Gloucester’s King Majesty and Bristol’s homegrown Concrete Lion (ft. Kai Dub and Dubtronics). All rigs and crews come road-tested and tweaked to deliver only the heftiest Year 3000 militant steppas to shake subs, walls, minds and feet. Concrete Lion Presents 3 Soundsystems Representing The Next Gen Of Dub

Free before 11pm!? Bandulu brothers Kahn and the artist formerly known as Hi5ghost run the BPM range from roots to dubstep for an intimate session in the Green Works warehouse. The cost of living crisis is crippling the club industry. Greenworks pushes back with quality B2B sessions at affordable prices.

Gabber-fuelled rave revelry from Minx.190 and Tokky Horror’s queer hxc rotter Mollie Rush in fundraising formation with Bolt Cropper Collective for humanitarian aid in Gaza and Palestine. Expect speedcore, breakcore, raggatek and anarchic vibes through a proper big rig. An evening of hardcore solidarity.