OPEN AIR CLUB: JOSEPH CAPRIATI, EATS EVERYTHING, HEIDI, KETTAMA & MORE at Motion and Marble Factory Sat 4 May 2019 from 1pm - 10pm

Motion welcomes a new era of open air clubbing in Bristol with Joseph Capriati, Eats Everything, Heidi and more on Saturday 4th May 2019.

A collaboration between some of the city's most established dance music institutions, Yard will bring Motion's outdoor spaces to life for a third year, spanning the Container Yard, Crane Yard and Lock Yard, and allowing party goers to dance in the city's most unique surroundings.

Building on the strong showing from previous bills, this year's lineup is once again comprised of some of the most respected underground names in house and techno alongside genuinely iconic ones.

Touching down in May for an unmissable three hour set will be Italy's biggest techno export Joseph Capriati. One of the scene's most in-demand headliners, Capriati will bring his wealth of musical knowledge and breathtaking selections to Bristol's doorstep for a masterclass in techno. A figure who knows the city well is Eats Everything, a homegrown hero, whose proven time and time again that he can turn his hand to any genre and expertly read any room with euphoric results. Heidi, electronic music's ever-present, the rapidly rising Kettama and fellow Italian Gianni Callipari complete an impressive bill, with Motion residents Ellie Stokes and Ellis Roberts shouldering warm-up duties.

With such an exciting lineup, expect tickets to be in high demand.

Notes: 18+
Fourth Release: £21.50  
Final Release: £26.00  


Set in the heart of Bristol, an old converted skatepark with a network of warehouses, cobbled front courtyard and large outdoor riverside terrace provide a unique backdrop for large scale music events.

Motion promotes forward thinking music in all of its fabulous forms and through this we have been fortunate enough to work with some of the world's leading artists, DJs and music brands. Come on down and see what all the fuss is about!


As of August 2014 the Motion complex of venues in Bristol has announced the expansion of it's operations to include live music, comedy, theatre, cinema, exhibitions and bespoke festivals in addition to the huge club events that Motion is already known and loved for. Motion, which is known to host some of the city’s largest club events, has teamed up with the Bristol-based MJR Group to launch the venue. 

The move has seen a new 550 capacity venue open within the site called 'The Marble Factory'. This is in addition to it's main room or whole complex offerings which can scale up to 2,500 capacity. 

Address: 74-78 Avon Street, St. Philips, Bristol BS2 0PX * Click on the address to launch google maps.