BIG GORGEOUS FESTIVAL at Windsor Terrace Sat 27 July 2019 from noon-10pm

Big Gorgeous-The Small Festival with a Big Heart
A one-day festival of music, food and drink on Windsor Terrace, an 
iconic Clifton location set against the stunning backdrop of the Avon 

*** All in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support and Caring in Bristol.***

This years artists include:
Mad Apple Circus
Ají Pa’ Ti
Lonely Tourist
The LBJB 's
Daisy Chapman
The Bristol Ensemble
Mike Crawford And The Various Sorrows
Mystic Mbira Music/ Chartwell Dutiro & Jori Buchel

Mad Apple Circus- An original blend of horn-fuelled styles, built on 
Ska/Hip-Hop/Jazz and Latin grooves – nothing but the good stuff. Owing 
to their unique sound and energetic performances, this hard-hitting, 
humble Bristolian nine-piece have fast become festival favourites and a 
popular choice among promoters in the UK and Europe. MAC have been busy 
sharing stages with some of the industry’s finest. Notable greats 
include UB40, The Beat, Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, The Skints, Suburban 
Legends and Hot 8 Brass Band. Already having ticked off slots at a whole 
host of festivals, last year alone they set crowds alight at Secret 
Garden Party, Sunrise, BoomTown Fair, Symmetry Festival and Glastonbury 
to mention but a few.

Lonely Tourist - 'Classic underdog pop music' - Steve Lamacq
Bristol based Glaswegian Lonely Tourist has just released his fourth 
album Remuneration. Steve Lamacq chose one of the tracks Frank the 
Barber as one of his 'Lamacq Liveners' (played every day for a week on 
BBC 6music). Other singles from the album, Luxury Coach and Last Day at 
Tony's have also featured on 6music's Gideon Coe's show as well and 
being Radio Scotland singles of the week. In September 2018 Steve Lamacq 
picked Lonely Tourist's, Ballad of Paul Tierney as one of his 25 at 25 
(one of his favourites in 25 years of radio).

The LBJB 's- Formed in late 2014 , Bristol based heavy funk/soul 
supergroup ft. Kieron Bon Suis Dunne, Marcel Osborne, Billy Weir, 
Rafaelle Dornelles (Rafa Dornelles Trio) and Andrew Neil Hayes 
(Tezeta/Run Logan Run). Their high energy performances have secured them 
shows with heavyweights on the funk scene including the Craig Charles 
Funk and Soul Club.

Daisy Chapman- A songwriter in demand. Frequently compared to Regina 
Spektor, Nick Cave, Eva Cassidy & Kate Bush, Chapman’s unique voice 
soars high over dramatic strings & Nyman-esque piano. Her powerful 
vocals attracting regular commissions for film & TV. Taking lyrical cues 
from the likes of Leonard Cohen, Chapman has found success in the US, 
Germany & Poland. Her album 'The Green Eyed' produced by Ali Chant (PJ 
Harvey, KT Tunstall, This is the Kit, Seasick Steve) won her an 
Independent Music Award. She has toured extensively and performed at 
many of Britain’s leading festivals including Glastonbury and 2000 
‘Instantly captivating’ The Independent

The Bristol Ensemble- A quartet of members of Bristol’s only 
professional orchestra. The orchestra holds a pivotal position in South 
West music. The Ensemble has worked with outstanding international 
artists and soloists, including Dame Evelyn Glennie. Film and TV 
engagements include music for BBC Bristol Natural History Unit and TV 
productions such as the David Attenborough series Life in Cold Blood.

Ají Pa’ Ti- A tropical fusion of Salsa, Cumbia, Son and Caribbean 
rhythms –matched by the irresistible pulse of a superb band – this is a 
stomping live set, of insistent riffs, pure groove, furious percussion 
and catchy melodies. Fresh and hot, sweet and spicy, Ají Pa’ Ti in Latin 
America means “Chilli for you”

Mike Crawford And The Various Sorrows- Soulful rock and roll. Mike draws 
inspiration from the pantheon of Cohen, Dylan, Cave,Buckley and further 
afield French chanteur Jacques Brel,with nods to the 60’s Soul and Blues 
he grew up on.Accompanied by his cutting edge band The Various Sorrows 
his music is dark and fluid and the lyrics reflect a life lived long and 

Mystic Mbira Music/ Chartwell Dutiro & Jori Buchel-
Zimbabwean master mbira player Chartwell Dutiro's story begins in the 
sacred rituals of his home village. From 1986 to 1994 he recorded and 
toured the world with the legendary Thomas Mapfumo and the Blacks 
Unlimited. Chartwell currently performs alongside
mbira player and singer Jori Buchel. Having grown up playing classical 
violin in a variety of orchestras, Jori discovered the sound of the 
mbira while studying Cultural Musicology at the University of Amsterdam. 
She went on to play mbira at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam and 
perform with Chartwell Dutiro & Spirit Talk Mbira.

Plus Kids Activities, Workshops, fantastic food and drink.

Adult: £16.50  
Child (5-15): £5.50  

Address: Windsor Terrace Bristol BS8 4LW * Click on the address to launch google maps.