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The best live music tonight in Bristol.

What's On in Bristol Tonight

— all today's events.
As part of Bristol's most comprehensive events guide, this page lists all gigs and live music happening in Bristol this evening.

Live Music and Gigs Tonight

One of the best things aboute Bristol's live music scene is that every day is different. Use the event listings on this page (see left hand column) to plan your day in Bristol. Headfirst includes the entire spectrum of bands playing in Bristol today - from local folk and jazz gigs to large concerts at venues like Colston Hall and Start The Bus get ready for a musical journey.

Most of today's gigs start around 8pm so be sure to catch an early dinner to avoid missing the music. Many of the gigs to the left are free to attend, some request a donation in the bucket and others will require advanced tickets. To guarantee entry, we suggest always buying tickets in advance from our ticket shop.

Tonight's Clubnights & Nightlife

Like every other day of the week, there are clubnights in Bristol happening this evening. Bars with regular late licenses and regular djs include The Small Horse Inn and The Love Inn - both extremely busy on weekends. Thursday, Friday and Saturday see the bulk of Bristol's club events when huge venues like Motion and Lakota open their doors to punters. To make this page, we've collected all of the clubnights happening tonight this can be found beneath today's gig listings in the left hand column.
Radian, Tomaga & Iceman Furniss Quintet tickets
Cacophonous Sarcophagus & Fat Paul Presents: Radian, Tomaga & Iceman Furniss Quintet - Exchange Austrian forward-thinkers Radian, of Thrill Jockey Records and Editions Mego, grace Bristol on Monday. The trio combine electronics, drums and guitar to make experimental and fragmented neo-noise. Joining Radian are the complete improvisations of Noctone’s Iceman Furniss Quintet & Blank Editions Tomaga, who have proven themselves with two stunning Bristol shows over the last year. Tickets: £10.00 + 50p.
Schwet x Algorave tickets
TONIGHT Schwet x Algorave w/ Renick Bell w/ Steph Horak, Yaxu, Ep/64 + more at Exchange Binary coded music all night long from Texas via Tokyo, Sheffield & Bristol, with minimal nuances, smart programming & controlled computer chaos being a key theme throughout. Tickets: £5 + 50p.
Gloam Recordings w/ R.ariel, Diessa, Joe Craven tickets
TONIGHT Gloam Recordings w/ R.ariel, Diessa, Joe Craven (Body Clocks) at Cafe Kino Three of Bristol's finest experimental producers including R.ariel, who's received praise from the prolific Brian Eno. Tickets — http://hdfst.uk/E34601 (£5 + 50p)
Daedelus tickets
A WEEK TODAY Daedelus at The Small Horse Social Club "He’s quietly been one of the leaders of LA’s famed beat scene, inspiring both the crowds getting down at Low End Theory and the producers who hang near the stage" L.A. Taco Tickets: £8 + 50p.

Today's Trending Bristol Events

For all 10 events today — See the left hand column.

SHOW CALENDAR
LIVE MUSIC: 7 EVENTS
The Louisiana
Acid King // Alunah // Monolithian
Legendary San Francisco doom trio Acid King return to Bristol to headline the tiny The Louisiana.
Mr Wolfs
ArtsALive
A consciously inspired night of artists with Ujima FM
Nova
A Nova Open Mic
A Nova Tuesday, A Nova Open Mic
The Gallimaufry
George Glew
Big voice, big songs and big ambition
The Canteen
Flamenco Thief
Guitarist Craig Sutton returns from globe-trotting to take his fiery fretwork into a whole new place.
LEFTBANK
Seedling Sessions
Introducing 3 acts one night...
The Square
More than you were
Bristol launch of More Than You Were poetry collection
CLUB NIGHTS: 0 EVENTS
NON MUSIC: 3 EVENTS
Smoke & Mirrors Denmark Street
Comedy - Jordan Brookes & The Death Hilarious
twice- weekly comedy night with professional TV and circuit headliners for just £5
Space at PRSC
This Space Available
Billboards and commercial messages dominate the public space like never before. Can we reverse this visual pollution?