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URB Does Dot to Dot

Dot to Dot Festival took over Bristol on Saturday 23rd May, and we were right in the front row. And in the tour bus. And the dressing room... By Kirstin Traynor and Helena Cochran.

Saturday 23rd May saw the musical madness that is Dot to Dot Festival arrive in Bristol, following its first day in Manchester the night before and ahead of the third and final night in Nottingham on Sunday. University Radio Bath were out in force, covering as many of the 15 venues across the city as we could manage. Dot to Dot provided a wonderful variety of music across their line up, with popular headline sets coming from Saint Raymond, Josef Salvat and Nothing But Thieves.

URB arrived in Bristol to beautiful sunshine, which really showed the city in the best possible light. Every patch of grass or riverside was covered with relaxed people, and the sounds of live music were never far away.

Thekla provided a hub for festivalgoers and artists, with the performers all putting in an appearance to cash in their food vouchers at the stalls outside. A highlight being the Grillstock tent, a local barbeque joint perfect for meat lovers, which is rapidly expanding. URB wasn’t sure who to stare at first, with Amber Run, Seafret and Laura Doggett (all URB faves) hanging around or waiting in line for their pulled pork. But, with so much amazing music to see we didn't have time to stay at basecamp and were quickly off to our first venue of the day.

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