Jo Passed

JO PASSED at Grain Barge Wed 24 October 2018 from 8.00pm

The nicest thing anyone has ever – ever – said to Jo Hirabayashi, frontman of Jo Passed, is that his band's debut album - out now on Sub Pop - sounds like “fucked-up Beatles”. Titled "Their Prime", the LP does sound like fucked-up Beatles. It sounds like, somewhere across an ‘80s universe, Lennon and McCartney discovered Can and Neu!, and maybe a little Sonic Youth and XTC along the way.
https://jopassed.bandcamp.com/

Notes: 16+
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Tickets: £8.00   It's too close to the event to buy a ticket online. Please call us.

In a lovely harbourside location in Hotwells, this historic converted barge is bursting with character. Within sight of the SS Great Britain, it's the perfect place to relax and watch the world go by. The Grain Barge started life as an engineless barge that used to be towed across the Severn Estuary from Bristol to Cardiff with its cargoes of barley & wheat. Built in 1936 by the Charles Hill shipyard.

The Grain Barge has two bars. The main harbourside lounge and dining area is light & airy, with the upper 'al fresco' deck boasting a 270 degree view of the harbour. The "Hold Bar" function room provides a venue for Live Music.

 

Opening hours
Bar hours:

Mon - Thurs: 12pm-11pm
Fri - Sat: 12pm-11.30pm
Sun: 12pm-11pm


Food
Served from:

Mon - Wed: 12-3pm / 6-9pm
Thur - Fri: 12-3pm / 6-10pm
Sat: 12-10pm
Sun: 12-4pm / 6-9pm

Address: Mardyke Wharf, Hotwell Road, Bristol BS8 4RU * Click on the address to launch google maps.