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Glastonbury’s Shangri-La to open new venue in Bristol

The team who brought you Shangri-La at Glastonbury return from Worthy Farm to open a new venue Lost Horizon in Bristol this summer.

A new multi-purpose venue from Glastonbury’s Shangri-La team is set to open in Bristol. It will be called Lost Horizon and will host art, live music, and performance. 

Dubbed a “creative playground” by the team, you can expect an enthralling and electric summer of events. The independent venue has an initial capacity of 240 with 120 inside and 120 in its beer garden, and once restrictions are lifted, rising to a full capacity of 350.

The Creative Director at Lost Horizon, Kaye Dunnings, said:

“At last, a lifelong dream of ours is being realised – a creative headquarters where our culture and community can thrive year-round – and can be experienced by everyone.“With inclusivity at our core, we will raise the bar with our new venture, forging collaborations and partnerships within the city and beyond on our ever-evolving exploration into human connection.”

The venue will host ShangrilART takeovers every Saturday soundtracked by playlists ShangrilART’s artists. Plus, a rotating exhibition available 24/7, with new exhibitions installed every fortnight to the venue’s indoor space.

To make up for some of the loss of Glastonbury for the second summer in a row, the venue will also be bringing a host of headliners to Bristol to inject the Shangri-La spirit into the venue.

To find out more about the venue and keep up to date with their events, visit their website here.

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