Summer Social: Part 1 with Musical Youth, Horseman + more

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To celebrate Jamaican Independence Day we welcome a host of talent from the world of reggae, dub and dancehall plus amazing Caribbean food.

The legendary Musical Youth – formed in 1979 in Birmingham, England. headline the day. They are best remembered for their 1982 single ‘Pass the Dutchie’, which was a number 1 in multiple charts around the world. They have collaborated with Donna Summer and been nominated for a grammy and we are honoured to have them in our courtyard.

Horseman has an incredible track record in the scene having worked with Tippa Irie, Max Romeo, Gregory Isaacs, Sugar Minott, Jah Shaka, Mad Professor, Barrington Levy, Eeka Mouse and The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Expect something special.

Also along for the all day session will be Bristol’s Lex, Sasha Steppa and Angel Mel returning after her great set with Jazzie B earlier in the year.


We will bringing along Agnes Spencers Amazing Jamaican cuisine alongside our resident Jafra Barbecue and sourdough pizzas from Pizzarova.


Grab a FREE ENTRY ticket from the link.

Limited tables are available with either a jug of our Wray & Nephews rum punch or a bottle of champagne if you want to land in style.


Children are welcome on site until 8pm. Dogs are welcome all day & night.



39-46 Feeder Rd,
Bristol BS2 0SE

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Date & Time

Saturday 6th August, 2-11pm


Free / Tables £50-75

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