Festival review: Dot To Dot Bristol 2018
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Dot to Dot is a giant of the Indie Festivals; the hive of upcoming artists, winning the Best Festival For Emerging Talent in 2017. As it’s a day Metropolitan Festival, artists utilised over 15 of Bristol’s most loved venues throughout the day, including The Fleece, Rough Trade, Thekla and O2 Academy. They have previously hosted and provided exposure for artists that have since played for thousands, including Ed Sheeran, 1975, Catfish and the Bottlemen, Florence and The Machine, Ellie Goulding and Years and Years. It’s great for those who want to have seen the bands ‘before they got popular’. Despite the end to the glorious British ‘summer’ weather, Dot to Dot brought vibrance to Bristol. Each artist, apart from headliners, was allocated a half an hour set in their venue, with artists performing until 3am.
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