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Saturday 30th March 2019

Personal Best, Crumbs, Drunken Butterfly & more

— The Canteen
LaDIYfest Bristol presents a night of music from women and oppressed genders
price: See event details


LaDIYfest Bristol presents...


Personal Best (Southsea)
Spirited power-pop & blissed-out indierama from total babes Personal Best. Expect a hearty sing along of queer anthem 'This is What We Look Like' from the LaDIYfest team.

Crumbs (Leeds/York)
A post-punk pop party pack from Leeds/York. They write no nonsense indie pop songs with a delightfully rhythmic sensibility about them that are sure to get people moving.

Drunken Butterfly (Bristol)
Combining snarly fuzzy punk with folk pop melodies Drunken Butterfly will be showcasing songs from their upcoming EP. Expect tracks about growing up queer, the me too movement and wreaking revenge on abusive men.

Secret Power (London)
We couldn't be more excited to be putting on dreamy R&B punks Secret Power, joining us from London. We reckon these guys are gonna get big, so come along for one of their first Bristol shows.

Death of the Maiden (Oxford)
Death of the Maiden produce gothy post-punk, baroque-pop rock. They've just successfully kickstarted their first album, which they will be launching in Oxford on the 29th March - and we can't wait to hear it!

& Bad Reputation DJs till 1am

This gig is FREE ENTRY but a donation bucket will be making the rounds, so please give generously so we can continue to put on events like this. We will be giving a portion of any proceeds to Solidarity NOT Silence. Suggested donation £3.

LaDIYfest Bristol events are run on the understanding that all attendees must be respectful and thoughtful to all other attendees, participants and organisers. We aim to create safer spaces at all our events, which means that people will be protected from any kind or level of abuse. No individual should be made to feel uncomfortable or oppressed by any other individual’s opinions or actions.The Canteen is a Bristol Zero Tolerance venue.

You can read our full safer spaces policy here:

Accessibility information -
The Canteen has a step free entrance from the street to the venue, that the venue can open upon your arrival. If you would like to call ahead to let the venue know you are coming or to get assistance on your arrival the venue number is 0117 923 2017. There are accessible toilets within the venue and a large number of tables and chairs, as the venue is a cafe in the day. The venue can get noisy/crowded so arriving early is a good idea if you want to grab a quiet spot. If you have any further questions about accessibility please email ladiyfestbristol@gmail.com and we will do our best to answer these and accommodate any access needs.

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