Reggae for Refugees - Feat. Chief Pukka Sound System
Take 5 Cafe
In support of refugges in Bristol, Bristol Regae Society and STAR are engaging in another all night roots and dub session. Sadly, since our last event together over a year ago, the global Refugee crisis has become even more acute, and all the money raised from this event will go towards helping refugees and asylum seekers who have made it to the UK. A cosy forum with STAR upstairs, and the heavywieght bass sounds of Chief Pukka Soundsystem in the cellar. Strictly a conscious love-and-unity style for this one.
Student Action for Refugees (STAR)
STAR are the only student-led refugee rights charity in the UK. The localy run Bristol branch focuses on improving the lives of refugees and asylum seekers in the city by organising a range of volunteering schemes, as well as educating people about refuggees, busting myths about the asylum process and working with the rest of this national charity to influence government policy and protect refugees' rights.
Chief Pukka Soundsystem
Straight outta Shefield, Chief Pukka are an up and comming reggae soundystem who have been lighting up the north,with their clear, wighty sound. It's not their first time in Bristol and won't be the last. Their rig will be ridiculously large for Take 5's tiny cellar, so watch for some serious noise. Chief Pukka never disapoint.
Bristol Reggae Society
Bristol's society of reggae has been bringing like-minded reggae lovers together for the last eleven years, and organise a range of events around the city. Check out the page for info on dances or catch us at Cosies, last Thursday of the month, every month.
£3 min. doation otd.
The Station Bristol
Bristol Roots Syndicate
& Dub Encounters
presents Dub Station the ultimate
sound system culture showcase
pre festive roots and dub wise session 3 hard way
Iration Steppas with Mark Iration
and full crew
Jah tubbys sound system featuring
Pappa Roots sound system the culture Defenders
Celebration Dance not to be missed
@ THE STATION SILVER STREET BRISTOL BS1 2AG
Tickets £10+bf MOTD
Bristol ticket shop idle hands
front line video genesis records gigantic
About the Society
The Bristol Reggae Society was established in 2005, with the intention of spreading the word of reggae music to the Bristol student body. Since then it has been going from strength to strength, putting on its own dances and promoting the music and message of the Bristol reggae scene.
Check out our events page to see the nights that we are involved with, both past and present.
The society is primarily for students but all are welcome to sign up to our mailing list. We send out regular emails with information on reggae events in Bristol. Visit our signup page if you would like to sign up.
Promoters - If you would like your night to be included, on this site or in our emails, contact us.