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Tokyo World Promoter Information

TICKET POLICY This is not something we've had to say before. But our policy this year is no different to any previous year. Tokyo World will take place & if for any reason the event did not take place, the policy remains the same, all Tickets would be refundable. Thats our policy & that will always be our policy. Now for a few words about us & this years Festival at Eastville Park Bristol September 19th - 20th 2020.

Tokyo World has become a staple of the Bristol and UK festival scene. Now in it’s third year as a weekend festival taking place in September 2020 at Bristol’s Eastville Park. The festival continues to push the boundaries with it’s diverse mix of artists and production. Tokyo World never fails to be daring and eclectic with it’s program. This year the festival will be adding 2 extra Main Stages and increasing the size by 50% to accommodate further stages and green space.

We spoke to Joseph Potts, a member of the event management team, about plans for Tokyo World 2020. “This year the festival will continue to be supportive of the next generation of festival goers and always will be”, he explained “What’s more, the two new main stages we are adding will feature acts and artists to compliment the Hedonism Stage which is predominantly House music. This area is going to be quite a big part of our world in 2020 and a huge effort is going into creating a mini dance village”, he continued.

When asked about the inspiration for Tokyo World’s Lineups he had this to say, “We have always been known as a festival on the forefront of modern music with a focus on contemporary artists pushing new sounds - this will not change and now with the expansion of the program and main stages we are expecting an even wider audience and demographic this year”. “The significant inclusion of many live bands this year is another thing we are very much looking forward to”, he added.

“We are working hard to be as inclusive as possible to integrate not only the full scope of both brand-new and timeless music but also the full scope of the music fans and festival goers. We truly feel that diversity and unity are what make the music industry unique and these are values we strive to build Tokyo World around”, Joseph said when asked about the importance of diversity in the music industry.

This year the festival music commences at midday and ends at 23:00 with official after parties for both days for festival goers wishing to continue through the night details of which are normally shared later in the year. Please visit www.tokyoworld.org for full festival information and details for 2020."

Saturday 18th September

Tokyo World Ch 1 - Change is Coming

Eastville Park, Bristol, Bristol

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Sunday 19th September

Tokyo World Ch 1 - Change is Coming

Eastville Park, Bristol, Bristol

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