The South West’s favourite final party of the summer season; Tokyo World Festival, is set to return to Bristol’s iconic Eastville Park for 2023. Taking place each year in sunny September, this ever-diverse event showcases an incredible variety of musical genres and international talent from across the spheres of Dance, Rap, Drum & Bass, House, Techno, Hip Hop, Jungle, Club, Disco and much more.
Alongside an incredible cutting edge line up of huge names across 5 distinct arenas, attendees of this festival can enjoy delicious street food, relaxation zones, entertaining installations and more all situated within minutes of Bristol City Centre.
With an ever growing reputation for some of the most ambitious and exciting lineups put on by any 25,000 person festival in the UK, anyone looking back through the history of this stalwart Bristol institution will find a treasure trove of massive artists who have graced the stages. These names include acts like: Above & Beyond, Action Bronson, Aitch, Annie Mac, Bad Company UK, Basement Jaxx, Burna Boy, Busta Rhymes, Carl Craig, Central Cee, Claptone, Craig David, D-Block Europe, David Rodigan, De La Soul, Derrick May, Dimension, DJ Fresh, Faithless, General Levy, Ghostface Killah, Gorgon City, Groove Armada, Heidi, Honey Dijon, Horse Meat Disco, Hot Since 82, Hybrid Minds, IAMDDB, Jamie Jones, Jeff Mills, Joel Corry, Jon Hopkins, Koffee, Koven, Krept & Konan, Kurupt FM, Lady Leshurr, Lethal Bizzle, Little Simz, Louie Vega, LTJ Bukem, Marcel Dettmann, Maya Jane Coles, Mike Skinner, Moodymann, Ms Banks, My Nu Leng, Nafe Smallz, Netsky, Nina Kraviz, Ocean Wisdom, Patrick Topping, Pendulum, Princess Nokia, Purple Disco Machine, Ray BLK, Raye, Richy Ahmed, Roger Sanchez, Roots Manuva, Rudimental, Sister Sledge, Soul II Soul, Stefflon Don, Sub Focus, The Shapeshifters, Tion Wayne, Todd Terje, Todd Terry, Wiley, Wilkinson to name just a few.
Following on from its best ever year in 2022, Tokyo World is a festival with some serious momentum leading into 2023. With more than just a few surprises and extremely exciting changes for the coming year’s edition, we can hardly wait to see what is in store for Tokyo World on Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th of September 2023 at Bristol’s Eastville Park.