The popular label UK label, Shall Not Fade has announced its debut festival to celebrate their 7th birthday. The festival aims to support independent UK dance music at its home in Propyard Bristol, with names such as; Coco Bryce, Harrison BDP, Tim Reaper, Mixtress, Interplanetary Criminal, Monoke, Denham Audio, `Riz La Teef & more.

Shall Not Fade bring a new outdoor daytime festival celebrating independent dance music culture & arts in the heart of Bristol. Shall Not Fade celebrate their 7th birthday hosting their first multi genre outdoor day-event with a diverse line up focussing around the label’s extensive family of artists.

Shall Not Fade Festival is committed to promoting inclusivity and diversity. This has been carefully considered through a hand-picked lineup which is
representative of the label – reflected in the 50:50 female to male artists. Whilst celebrating some of the higher profile label signees, the festival will also shed light on some of the incredible up and coming talent close to the label.

The festival will take place at Bristol’s newest outdoor events space Propyard – an ex Ministry of defence torpedo testing site. The Crane Room is the first of the three stages, flaunting its industrial aesthetic with its expansive corrugated interior.The venue also boasts a large open-air courtyard which will host two outdoor stages-The Big Red and The Orchid. The Big Red, situated just outside the Crane Room, will take people on a journey through sound and light with the help of a full Funktion One Soundsystem. The Orchid stage offers an escape, as people are led out of the concrete jungle and into the captivating, botanical garden. From the moment party goers enter the festival, they will enter a fully immersive festival experience.

Musically the festival is super diverse bringing together a collection of sounds from house, jungle, garage, disco, techno and much more. The festival encapsulates the sound of Shall Not Fade and sister label, Time Is Now.

You can purchase tickets here.

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