Love Saves The Day returns to Bristol on May 28th and 29th. Now in its fifth year, LSTD 2016 is looking impressive, returning for the second year to the larger site of Eastville Park.
Hitting the main stages this year over the two days will be the likes of Radio 1 ‘Sound of 2016’ shortlister Mura Masa, the electric pop group Hot Chip, Mercury Prize nominees Everything Everything, and electronic music duo Maribou State. Joining them will be grime legends Stormzy and Dizzee Rascal and the all-round legend that is David Rodigan.
Representing Bristol’s underground scene on the Saturday will be a takeover of the Paradiso Stage by Bristol’s club night Just Jack, including the likes of Bristol-based DJs Tom Rio and Dan Wild alongside German techno DJ Ben Klock and London-based DJ Joy Orbison. Also to be found on the day will be the likes of Disciples – who collaborated with Calvin Harris on ‘How Deep is Your Love’, which reached number two in the UK charts – American duo The Martinez Brothers and garage veteran Artful Dodger.
On Sunday Crack Magazine is hosting the Paradiso Stage for the likes of Hudson Mohawke, British rap artist Loyle Carner, up and coming Londoner Faze Miyake and many more. Sunday will also see Shy FX’s Party on the Moon take over the Cloud9 stage, hosting huge names in dance, rap and electronic music such as Katy B, Giggs, Snakehips and of course Shy FX himself.
Besides the music, LSTD is famous for its laid-back atmosphere and good food during the day followed by insane techno light shows during the more intense late night music performances. LSTD is one of the few places where you not only see emerging and well established acts side by side, but also good food, outrageous outfits and all round good vibes. From the mellow tones of Mura Masa to the throbbing bass of Stormzy, the fifth anniversary of LSTD offers something for everyone.
For more information about Love Saves The Day visit their website here.