Millennium Square to transform into a roller disco, bar and free movie screenings
Millennium Square is being transformed to include a rolling disco, food vendors, and free movie screenings for six weeks.
All of this will revolve around a bar with recycled shipping containers – named Bristol Beach Club.
Upcycling will be a key focus throughout the Square, using old materials and creating an upbeat new theme for the whole of Bristol.
Where is it going to be?
Located in Millennium Square, just behind the hustle and bustle of Bristol’s iconic waterfront, The Square will create a family-friendly haven as well as entertainment for adults of all ages for just six weeks.
The Square ‘, which was created by Pure Spaces, in collaboration with We The Curious, will debut from July 25 to September 7.
What is happening?
It will feature the Bristol Beach Club, fitness activities such as Sunrise Yoga, Bump Roller Disco and free movie screenings from Big Screen Bristol.
Visitors can enjoy a taptail (cocktails on tap), delicious street food from local cooking heroes Cow Shed and Pepe Nero with the option to relax in their own private cabin.
As the evening arrives; music, free outdoor film screenings and competitive games will take place.
Ross Blake of Pure Spaces said: “Being born and raised in Bristol is always great to come back.
“After the success of Apres Bar, we were delighted to work again with ‘We The Curious’ and offer something a little different to the people of Bristol.
“This time we have a little something for everyone, with games, BUMP Roller Disco, Sunrise Yoga, delicious street food and of course our immersive pop-up beach club where you can take cocktails on tap and relax in your own private cabin.
“We’re only for 6 weeks, so be sure to come see us.”
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