FRI 3 DEC 2021
Doors 7pm £7
PHAT Bristol are delighted to invite you to The Cloak & Dagger for the return of GOYA, Bristol’s favourite cinematic jazz outfit.
Featuring soaring sax lines sprinkled across delicately woven, spider-silk piano – all tied together by watertight rhythms and sumptuous grooves, GOYA are a Bristol based 5-piece cinematic jazz outfit who are rapidly gaining a name for themselves in Bristol and beyond.
Having recently played several sold-out headline shows including The Crofters Rights and the Tramlines Fringe Festival in Sheffield, we are delighted to bring GOYA back to The Cloak & Dagger, to entwine with your ears once more…
Main support on the night comes in the shape of the mighty SIEBEN, the “one man rawchestra” who’s live performances have garnered him a large and dedicated following in the UK and all across Europe.
Expect virtuoso level violin smothered in ethereal, Anglo/Celtic folk influenced vocals; telling tales of times gone by and tackling tough modern political issues, all delivered with almost shamanic energy… there is no wonder SIEBEN has been so successful for so long.
We’re delighted to welcome him to Bristol!
Providing an absolutely perfect opening to the night will be the delightfully inventive HEXCUT. This fresh, bright quartet fuse elements of jazz with EDM and rock to create effervescent slices of beautiful fusion.
Having previously played events such as SoFar Sounds and Boomtown, HEXCUT are no strangers to the scene in Bristol and further afield. A real treat for fans of Three Trapped Tigers, GoGo Penguin, BADBADNOTGOOD and others… make sure you get down for the start to catch these wonders!
This is going to be an absolutely stunning evening of music and beautiful, inclusive vibes. Get your ticket now and don’t miss out!
TICKETS are available in advance for £8 exclusively from Headfirst Bristol. Any unsold tickets will be made available for sale on the door on the night, at a price of £10.
We are thrilled to announce that our venue partners at The Cloak & Dagger have recently been granted a substantial amount of Arts Council England funding, ensuring their survival as a venue in the post-pandemic landscape and enabling them to provide further platforms in the community for live music, spoken word, queer culture and the arts as a whole.
Food will be available on the night, provided by Chef Seb and his wonderful team at The Cloak & Dagger.
PLEASE NOTE – ALL FOOD BOOKINGS MUST BE MADE DIRECTLY WITH THE CLOAK & DAGGER. PHAT BRISTOL DO NOT HANDLE ANY FOOD BOOKINGS.