After a hugely successful two weeks located in Queen Square, Eat Drink Bristol Fashion will come to a close with a day long extravaganza of music, performance acts led by Bristol’s infamous Invisible Circus and of course amazing food on Monday 7th, 2012.
Organisers of this pop-up restaurant style food festival that has been situated in a tipi complex on Queen Square since April 25th, have today announced a full line up of entertainment to officially end this amazing event. A host of DJ’s and bands will serenade diners throughout the day and the legendary Carny Villains will take to the stage from 8pm.
Bristol’s favourite underground circus performers, the Invisible Circus, have created a special one off show for Eat Love Bristol Fashion, which includes interactive performances from mind readers, crystal ball manipulators, contortionists and more. These unique performances coupled with stunning food from the world class catering team set in whimsical tipis are sure to create a completely magical, one-off dining experience.
Commenting on the plans, Co-Director of Eat Drink Bristol Fashion, Josh Eggleton from the Pony and
“Eat Drink Bristol Fashion has been an amazing cultural event and we’re so grateful to the people of Bristol for turning up in their thousands to support the project. Eat Drink Bristol Fashion has been a celebration of Bristol’s thriving food, drink and music scene and has brought people together in what many have described as a “festival atmosphere” – we think our closing party will be a fitting finale.”
Luke Hasell, Co-Director of Eat Drink Bristol Fashion and Tipi Events added:
“We are delighted to host the Invisible Circus as they embody the exciting and creative aspect of our great city. Eat Drink Bristol Fashion has been all about mutual co-operation and providing a platform for restaurants, musicians and businesses to help one another, so I’m delighted that we have been able to forge yet another collaboration that will be brilliant for Bristol. Come down on Monday and join the party!”
With festivities on Monday 7th running from 12 noon until 1 am, the tapas menu will be served throughout and bars provided by sponsors Moet, Matthew Clark and Butcombe will be open all day.