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Magpie's Nest: Bristol

The Nest Collective’s one-day festival celebrating the finest folk and roots music from around the world.

At The Nest Collective we’ve always felt that the shows with multiple stages – with musicians playing up close and personal, the old way – have been the most intimate and special. So we decided to create an entire festival around this: pure continuous music across several stages.

Wander from stage to stage with music all around you, seeking out familiar sounds and discovering new favourites. See what treasures you might find at the Magpie’s Nest.


N’famady Kouyaté • Loshn • Claire Vine • Aniya Savage

Plus many more to be announced!

What the audience said:

“Brilliant festival. Superb quality of music and really cosy great atmosphere. More!”

“We loved the event, great music, lovely people, fun dancing… and the atmosphere in the crypt was fab.”

“Wonderful music from across these isles & around the world – thanks for a fab evening”

“There were lots of artists who were new to me, so the whole day was a fantastic voyage of musical discovery ?? “

“I loved it all. Great music, amazing venue, tasty beer, good organisation. I also loved the zero waste sustainable element too. Was thoroughly excellent all round.”

“Lovely to be with good friends in such a relaxed atmosphere listening to great live music for the first time since it all began!

“Wonderful music in a lovely setting, truly magical & a treat in covid times. Thanks for the lovely event!”
15:00 - 23:00
£15 - £35
Windmill Hill City Farm, Philip St, Bedminster, Bristol BS3 4EA
Sun 12 June
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