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28/09 - 29/09

10th Birthday Celebration

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Celebrate 10 years of Cabot Circus with a breath-taking show and mind bending optical illusions! Visit Cabot Circus on 28th & 29th September for two days of celebrations.

Complete the trail of optical illusions

Watch live music sessions from some of Bristol’s best up & coming bands

Enjoy a jaw-dropping aerial display on Saturday 29th September

Enjoy a free slice of cake on us! Head to Patisserie Valerie on 28th & 29th September for a free Double Choc Slice only with the Cabot Circus PLUS app

It's been 10 fabulous years...and it just get's better! Thank you for supporting us and shopping at Cabot Circus

Further Info

We thought we'd share the event schedule to help you plan your visit!

FRIDAY 28TH SEPTEMBER

All day - take part in our mind-bending arts trail that will see you wandering around the centre looking at us with a fresh perspective. We've teamed up with local Bristol artists to bring you some truly amazing art installations! Finish the trail and you'll be rewarded with a free slice of cake from Patisserie Valerie, just download the Cabot Circus PLUS app!

10am 'til 4pm - Pose for a photo inside our amazing light booth and watch the light trails around you. Make your own masterpiece and pose for the camera! All images will be free to download afterwards so make sure you tag us on social media using our hashtag #10yearsofcabotcircus

11am 'til 4pm - Make your mark over in Quakers Friars. Stickers will be used which will join together to create a masterpiece!

12pm - Enjoy live performances from Solara, an acoustic guitar duo that plays an exciting brand of exotic music influenced by Spanish flamenco guitar. Find them in Quakers Friars.

1pm - Ame, an electric pop duo, will be in Central Space outside House of Fraser with some covers and originals to entertain you!

2pm - Children's Hospice South West will be over in Quakers Friars with their amazing sax band, aptly named Sax & The City.

3pm - Take some time out to enjoy musical melodies from Jemima on Brigstowe St. This dynamic duo with ska/reggae/ jazz and pop influences intricately looped with a unique voice and naughty sax interludes will be sure to charm your socks off!

5pm - Head to Concorde St for a performance by Chrissie Huntley, a fresh and genuine neo-soul style singer-songwriter based in Bristol influenced by the likes of Lianne La Havas, Joss Stone and Jessie Ware.

SATURDAY 29TH SEPTEMBER

All day - take part in our mind-bending arts trail that will see you wandering around the centre looking at us with a fresh perspective. We've teamed up with local Bristol artists to bring you some truly amazing art installations! Finish the trail and you'll be rewarded with a free slice of cake from Patisserie Valerie, just download the Cabot Circus PLUS app!

11am 'til 4pm - Make your mark over in Quakers Friars. Stickers will be used which will join together to create a masterpiece!

12pm - the first of our breath-taking aerial displays begins. Head to Central Space outside House of Fraser to be wowed!

1pm - Listen to Luna Haze, a Bristol-based duo playing a mix of originals and covers for you to enjoy! Find them in Central Space near House of Fraser.

2pm - Acoustic duo Vixen will be in Central Space playing a mix of covers and originals for you to enjoy!

3pm - Another aerial display for you to enjoy. Look up, you won't miss it!

4pm - Chill out and listen to music from Asha, featuring songs that theme around subjects of Innocence, experience, literature, science, poetry, mythology and the arts.

5pm - Rock out to Bristol-based indie-rock band, Pompadour. Find them in Central Space.

6pm - Our final aerial performance will be sure to lift you off your feet!

It's been 10 fabulous years...and it just get's better! Thank you for supporting us and shopping at Cabot Circus.

Share any snaps you take over the two days, we'd love to see them! #10yearsofcabotcircus

 
 
 
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