|02 May 2014||Clutch||Motion||Bristol, United Kingdom|
• Clutch • Neurosis • Electric Wizard • Doom • Anaal Nathrakh • Brutal Truth • Doomriders • Moss • Amenra • Gehenna
Temples is an independent music festival, taking place in May 2014, at Bristol’s famed MOTION venue. Set within the heart of Bristol’s industrial Temple Quarter (directly behind Temple Meads train station), Temples is set to bolster and further contribute to the city’s world-renowned history of musical, artistic and cultural diversity.
As a festival, our agenda is simply to bring a well programmed heavy music event to the South West of England, covering a broad range of genres within the heavy music spectrum. Featuring both international and domestic artists, we hope to have curated an event unlike any other in the history of Bristol’s thriving alternative music scene
With over 40 artists, multiple stages, live art, local food vendors & brewers – and a number of other interactive attractions, Temples Festival 2014 will mark the beginning of an annual event which we hope will attract music lovers from all walks of life to Bristol for one Bank Holiday weekend every year.
We hope that you’re as excited as we are, and can’t wait to reveal more of what we assure you will be an impeccable lineup of artists, over the coming months. Thanks!
74 Avon Street, St Philips
• Aerosmith • Black Sabbath • Iron Maiden • Deep Purple • Soundgarden • Avenged Sevenfold • Seether • Megadeth • Slayer • Rob Zombie
Location:Val de Moine
Rue Pierre de Coubertin
• The Rolling Stones • Arctic Monkeys • Drake • Kasabian • OutKast • Interpol • Stevie Wonder • Deftones • Lykke Li • Rob Zombie
The Roskilde Festival needs no introduction.
Warm-up days: June 28th - July 2nd.
• Metallica • Limp Bizkit • The Prodigy • Iron Maiden • Alice in Chains • Deftones • Slayer • Dream Theater • Dropkick Murphys • Anthrax
Knebworth 40th Anniversary event and the return of Sonisphere.
Metallica are playing a "by request" set where the audience choose the set list in advance: http://www.metallicabyrequest.com/results.php?s=61
Iron Maiden are ending their Maiden England tour, so this is likely the last ever time most of the set will be played live
Therapy? are playing their 'Infernal Love' album in full on Sunday
Dog Eat Dog are playing their 'All Boro Kings' album in full on Saturday
• Neutral Milk Hotel • Caribou • James Blake • Panda Bear • Liars • Sun Kil Moon • Kurt Vile • Cloud Nothings • Electric Wizard • Thee Oh Sees
Jabberwocky, the festival, is thus an elegant way to package up this collaboration of these 3 pioneering companies. ATP, Primavera and Pitchfork come together with a lineup of a calibre all too lacking in the UK summer calendar. Brilldy. (That’s a cross between bloody and brilliant by the way).
Set in the ExCeL Centre, this will be a welcome addition to the London summer calendar and a great chance to see those acts you rarely see programmed at other UK festivals. Soon to be announced is the cinema programme and other extra-curricular activities. At a very keen £35 a day or just £60 for 2 days, it’s a win/win for lovers of music that pushes against the flow.
And what of the partners in Jabberwocky? They are all major players in their own right.
Founded in 1999, All Tomorrow’s Parties was created as an alternative to the corporate festival circuit, an oasis of great acts and discerning music fans coming together to make something truly special. Through their world renowned, artist-curated Camber Sands weekenders, ATP records and worldwide ‘I’ll Be Your Mirror’ events ATP has built a reputation as one of the most incredible live promoters in the world.
For over a decade, Barcelona based music promoter Primavera have introduced unmissable events to the world. Their events have provided audiences with eclectic, innovative lineups, showcasing a range of newly established and internationally renowned acts. Primavera most notably host their annual festival, Primavera Sound, held usually early June and across the year they have also established a range of other big events like Primavera Club and Portugal’s Optimus Primavera Sound.
Pitchfork has, since its beginnings 1995, achieved the status of being one of the world’s most respected online music platforms. Constantly on the cutting edge of new music and having branched out and become a mixed media destination for all things alternative and underground, Pitchfork truly are tastemakers. Their unrivaled video content, features and annual festivals in both Chicago and Paris are absolute musts for enlightened musos across the world.
With Jabberwocky being programmed by these 3 cultural mainstays it’s little surprise that the talent on offer across this 2-day show is of the highest quality.
One Western Gateway, Royal Victoria Dock
• Hawkwind • Woods • Electric Wizard • Crippled Black Phoenix • Psychic TV • Red Fang • Graveyard • Swervedriver • System 7 • The Telescopes
Location:Parque de Merendas de Valada
• Electric Wizard • Monkey3 • All Them Witches