Bristol, UK Gets New Venue Run By Glastonbury Festival’s Shangri-La

Opening July 1st 2021, ‘Lost Horizon HQ’ will be a “a creative playground” for art, live music and performance.

Shangri-La is one of the most well-known parts of the Glastonbury Festival.

The team behind Shangri-La have just announced plans to open an events space in Bristol, UK called Lost Horizon HQ. Described as “a creative playground” it promises to be a creative space showcasing art, live music and performance throughout the summer.

The multi-use independent bar and arts centre opens on the 1st of July with a capacity of 120 inside plus an additional 120 in its beer garden. This will rise to a total capacity of 350 people once the UK lifts its pandemic restrictions.

With plenty more to be announced, some of the bands and DJs that are set to perform in the opening weekends include Beans on Toast, Dr Syntax and Binbag Wisdom.

Kaye Dunnings is Creative Director at Lost Horizon, and giving a statement they 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.”

Glastonbury Festival has already been cancelled for 2021 due to the pandemic, so the Shangri-La team have instead decided to set up their Bristol venue, so they can still hold events this summer.

H/T: Bristol Post


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