Love Saves the Day returns to Bristol’s Ashton Court

Love Saves the Day will return to Ashton Court on Saturday 25 – Sunday 26 May 2024, bringing a bumper weekend of love and vibes to the city. With CamelPhat, The Streets, Rudimental, Sub Focus and a whole host of stellar live D&B, dance and electronic acts and DJs set to perform, Love Saves is gearing up to welcome thousands across the Bank Holiday Weekend. Across eight stages, the diverse line-up will welcome household names, and up-and-coming and local artists – highlighting that Bristol does it better. 

Bringing a weekend of non-stop vibes, CamelPhat will be going back-to-back to their set on Saturday 25 May while The Streets remind everyone of the lyrical genius from their musical repertoire on Sunday 26 May. With Team Love finalising the stages and confirming the line-ups, expect to boogie the love-saves-the-day away with some of the top names in electronic music. 

The bank holiday weekend will also witness dance-floor pioneer, Sub Focus present Evolve, a show of cinematic audio-visual excellence. With only a handful of performances of Elvove taking place in the UK, this cements Love Saves the Day’s position within the electronic music scene. 

Female-only DJ collective Girls Don’t Sync will be bringing pure energy with their funky garage blends, mixed with some pop classics and no shapes will be left un-thrown as festival favourites and live set legends Shy FX: Specials will be showcasing their extensive DnB portfolio of collaborators.

Award-winning DnB DJ and record producer, Wilkinson, has cemented himself as a staple in all pre-drink playlists and after-hour anthems since 2013, with his success growing bigger every year. After almost 20 years as one of the best-selling electronic dance acts on the planet, Groove Armada will once again captivate crowds, bringing positivity with each track and is not to be missed. The anticipation continues to grow with Ben Hemsley, Hedex, Bou, Eliza Rose, Shanti Celeste, and Saoirse gearing up to electrify crowds, along with many more names yet to be announced. 

Tom Paine, Festival Director at Love Saves The Day, said: “We are always honoured to kickstart the festival season with Love Saves the Day. We’ve built up such a beautiful community from the people who put the festival together, the artists who perform on our stages and the people who come along every year for a good time – it’s absolutely amazing, and we can’t wait to be back at Ashton Court for 2024.” 

Tickets for Bristol’s most iconic music festival are on sale now at lovesavestheday.org