Boasting an eclectic programme perfect for the ultimate bank holiday weekend celebrating electronic and alternative culture, Love Saves The Day cements its place as a bubbling hub of independent spirit and celebratory release with a range of new additions joining the festival’s biggest lineup to date at Bristol’s Ashton Court this summer.
Joining a lineup that already features standout headline sets from Years & Years and Fatboy Slim, along with memorable moments guaranteed from Four Tet, Kelis, Andy C, SG Lewis, Romy, Nia Archives, Overmono, Eliza Rose, Folamour, Knucks, Katy B, LF System, Ewan McVicar, Artwork, Hybrid Minds, Sub Focus & Dimension, Jyoty and many more – is a who’s who of trailblazers and essential names ready to soundtrack the summer ahead. Leading these names are pop icons Sugababes, with the original lineup heading to Ashton Court with the sort of rich catalogue that’s almost designed to be sung back at the highest volume at any occasion. Their anticipated return has signalled a rightful heralding of one of the UK’s greatest pop groups – with hits such as ‘Overload’, ‘Round Round’, ‘Push The Button’, ‘About You Now’, ‘Freak Like Me’, ‘Hole In The Head’ and more sitting unrivalled in modern pop history. With latest album ‘The Lost Tapes’ pointing to a sizzling future, the return of the Sugababes is bound to be a true summer memory at Love Saves The Day 2023.
Full of the most in-demand names from across the electronic music spectrum, Love Saves The Day is prime for those ready for the party of all parties to kick-off the UK festival season in style. Celebrated favourite Michael Bibi heads to Ashton Court this summer, with bubbling breakdowns and a vast following pointing to his name as a defining one in 2023, whilst Manchester’s own Bou brings his electric drum and bass flair to Bristol for a pumping celebration not to be missed. Heavy duty dance titan Mall Grab touches down for an unstoppable set pulling across his bold musical world, while JOY is brought to the fore with thriving duo Joy Anonymous confirmed today fresh from the success of latest release ‘Joy (Don’t You Feel Wonderful)’ which has taken the scene by storm. Boundary pushing grime greats D Double E and Novelist are both set to leave their mark over the May Bank Holiday Weekend, while the likes of Archie Hamilton, Mala, Syreeta, Chloe Robinson, Sir Spyro, Demi Riquisimo, Lulah Francs, Peverelist, Sicaria, Dubkasm vs Manasseh and many more bring their own world of dance to a festival experience that opens up something new at every turn.
It all adds to a festival experience that stands as a true gem of the UK summer scene, as a glorious celebration of underground culture and trailblazing new talent delivering the sounds and sets that’ll come to define 2023 and beyond. Returning to the iconic Ashton Court Estate on the May Bank Holiday Weekend (27th/28th) – Love Saves The Day has become a legendary staple in the South West event calendar, showcasing some of the music world’s biggest global talents, alongside promising newcomers and local legends to form a melting pot of thriving modern culture all in one place. In its 11 year history the festival has always delivered a massive lineup, from early days in Castle Park through to its expansion to Eastville Park, before finding a new permanent home in the legendary Ashton Court Estate last summer. Set across 860 acres, the estate has a storied musical history, hosting iconic performances across the decades from the likes of Portishead, Simple Minds, Robert Plant and more across the years, as well as being home to Bristol’s Balloon Fiesta.
With a remarkably varied and groundbreaking lineup, it’s no surprise how Love Saves The Day is so revered in festival circles, and 2023 is once again becoming a must-attend event. With special guests still to be announced and a host of surprises set for the weekend, this year’s festival is set to be one for the books.
Offering incredible value and ensuring that festivals fans can access one of the best underground lineups in the UK, tickets for Love Saves The Day 2023 are on sale now starting from just £99.50 (+ Booking Fees) for the Weekend alongside a range of Payment Plan options to spread the cost in the run-up to the festival. Tickets are selling at a record pace, with fans encouraged to book their spot at this year’s show as soon as possible via: