About Love Saves The Day
Love Saves the Day is one of the biggest festivals in Bristol. The festival boasts an energetic crowd of music lovers, a unique setting, and great vibes for two electronic, indie, and hip-hop days. Love Saves the Day found its origin at Castle Park, its expansion to Eastville Park, before finding a permanent home at Ashton Court Estate last summer. With over 860 acres, the venue has a rich music history with performances from iconic stars like Portishead, Simple Minds, Robert Plant and more across the years, as well as being home to Bristol’s Balloon Fiesta.
Love Saves The Day Lineup
2024, coming soon:
2023: For 2023, Love Saves The Day was headlined by DJ Fatboy Slim and will headlining on Saturday night (May 27) at Ashton Court from the Love Saves Stage. The pioneering legend of the big beat genre was joined by an unmissable line-up of artists spanning all different genres including the likes of Andy C, Nia Archives, Piri and pop star Kelis.
Electro-pop band Years & Years, fronted by Olly Alexander, will be closing the show on Sunday (May 28) with their feel-good anthems. They’ll be performing on the Love Saves Stage alongside some of the biggest artists of the last few years including Folamour and SG Lewis.
Reviews for Love Saves The Day
Some notable feedback/reviews about Love Saves The Day:
- 5/5 by Sophie Clark: Great festival 🙂
- 4.5/5 by Gauge Delaney: Overall a good festival and experience with fantastic music. The only bug bare was the lack of assistance when needing an ambulance from certain officials. Also, some people climbed over the gate and went into the Big Top stage.
- 4.5/5 by Sam Howell: Really good weekend. Expensive drinks and food but standard for a festival. Music was top tier and they deffo listened to feedback re sound quality and shelter from last year.
- 1/5 by Julian Mcfarlane-Watts: This was the most unimaginative appalling excuse for a festival and a devastating blow for what is normally a thoroughly creative city. Daylight robbery. £50 to queue on the most incredibly large line, then upon arriving inside the ‘organisers’ had not even done the maths and every bar had a 100m long queue. What an embarrassing mess. Go and research how to organise something properly before charging ridiculously high amounts.
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Tickets to Love Saves The Day
Tickets for the Love Saves The Day festival are available on the official Love Saves The Day website. Couldn’t get tickets on time? No problem, reseller tickets can be purchased on the Vivus Quest site and mobile app.
Location & Travel
Love Saves The Day FAQ
During the festival, please go to The Info Tent (located near the Main Gate) if you lose or find something. If you need to contact us about lost property after the show, please email Love Saves the Day enquiries. Found property will be held for 1 month before being destroyed or handed to authorities.
Shuttle Bus The Love Bus will return! We will be sharing details here as soon as they’re confirmed.
Love Saves The Day takes place in Ashton Court, which is an open-air green-field site. It has some limited pavement and tarmac paths on the peripheral entrances and exits, however, most of the space consists of grass and green space. While there will be some sheltered areas (some small tents and marquees), it is predominantly an open-air event, with most stages uncovered – we would advise all attendees to bring waterproof coats and clothing in the event of rain. Ground conditions are also weather dependent, if we experience extreme weather the ground may become muddy and the grass may well get churned up, so appropriate footwear is advised.