Family festival heading to the South West

PUBLISHED: 20:00 08 June 2018 | UPDATED: 09:12 12 June 2018

Crowds at the festival.

Crowds at the festival.

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A family festival to kick-start the summer will be held in the South West this month.

Bristol Summer Time will take place at the Trinity Centre, in Trinity Road, on June 30 from 1pm-3am.

A celebration of all things diverse, the party kicks off with an eight-hour family friendly event featuring some of the UK’s most popualr festival artists including Xylaroo, Beans On Toast and Chainska Brassika.

The event then moves inside for an after party, headlined by Dub Pistols.

The night-time party will also feature Bristol artist Father Funk and his Church Of Love, Run Tingz Cru, Tremor Allstars and special guest Chris Satta.

On top of the musical entertainment, the event will feature food and market stalls, workshops for children and families and a circus show.

Tickets, priced £15, can be purchased at https://afterdark.co/events

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