Earlier this year the annual Dot to Dot festival saw the likes of Mystery Jets, Augustines and Temper Trap hit the towns of Manchester, Nottingham and Bristol across a sunny May weekend. Although the festival attracts performances from big names such as these, it has also long been recognised as a platform for under the radar bands to leap into the known.
This year in Bristol over 100 artists played across 17 stages around the city. We were lucky enough to see the Bristol music scene at its best with special performances from local acts such as Tamu Massif and The Jesuits. With foundations already being laid for the twelfth Dot to Dot next year and early bird tickets currently on sale at half the price, we’re set for another year at one of the UK’s fastest growing festivals.
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Check out the track ‘Flakes’ from last year headliners Mystery Jets: