Nightlife in Bristol

What can we say about nightlife in Bristol? Well, without a shadow of a doubt it’s the region’s most happening place, famed for its energy and atmosphere, a beacon for revellers travelling from across the region.

Packed with great theatres, concert venues, cinemas, clubs and pubs, the city has an unrivalled buzz throughout the year.

The highest concentration of Bristol’s nightlife is to be found in the city centre area, in the Old City, on Harbourside and along Park Street and Whiteladies Road. A more chilled out vibe can be enjoyed in Clifton Village and for those in the know, there’s a number of outstanding bars, restaurants and even one or two of the city’s best live performance venues in the Southville and Gloucester Road areas.

Although the city is famed for inventing ‘trip hop’, courtesy of iconic bands such as Massive Attack, Roni Size and Portishead, Bristol is also a hot-bed for diverse musical genres and can boast some of the best music venues in the country, offering anything from dubstep to jazz, indie rock to opera.

Just so you know - Bristol is the undisputed ‘clubbing’ capital of the South West, with the region’s widest selection of party venues. Not your scene? Then enjoy an unrivalled range of award-winning restaurants and fantastic pubs, from delightful riverside hostelries to traditional city pubs offering a great selection of locally sourced food and drink.

In 2010, Bristol city centre was awarded Purple Flag status in recognition of the safe, pleasant quality of its nightime environment.
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