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Vitality Micro-Festival 2019

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A wide range of world music performed by local and international artists. Dance workshops, Capoeira and spoken word proformances Participants 0 attending 0 Invited |
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The next Vitality Bristol event will take place on Saturday 4th May 2019 at the Malcolm X Centre, Bristol

If you haven't been to our events, imagine a vibrant alcohol-free micro-festival which brings together local residents, artists/performers, sound systems, street-food vendors, community organisations and independent businesses. Here is the video of the 2018 event: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WbP8DCgHs58&t=353s

Each event celebrates wellbeing and global cultures together though music, dance, workshops/showcases and delicious plant-based world-inspired street-food with a healthy twist.... #VitalityVibes

MUSIC//

Outdoor Sound-System Stage:

Roots Inspiration
David Kulcha
Asher Messenjah
Bliss Zion & Sasha Steppa B2B
Ngaio

Indoor Acoustic Stage:

Chartwell Dutiro
Rebecca Tantony
Urban Word Collective presents 'Lyrically Justified (Speaks Volumes)'
Kanella Collective
Kev the Poet
Fellowdread
Afidance
Grupo Filhos de Angola Bristol
Ketibu
Christopher Baron
Bashart Malik

FOOD & REFRESHMENT//

100% plant-based Caribbean, East-African and Middle-Eastern-inspired street-food with a healthy twist.

Raw Cakes, Juice & Fruit Bar, Kombucha Bar, Herbal Tea Bar

WORKSHOPS/SHOWCASES//

Smoothie-bikes from APE CIC, Capoeira Roda, African Dance/Drumming, Arts & Crafts

TICKETS//

Entry: FREE (suggested donation £3)
Under-16 MUST be accompanied by an adult*

VOLUNTEERING//

Vitality Bristol is recruiting volunteers for this event: if you are interested in volunteering in the lead-in and at the event itself, please get in touch via e-mail to vitalitybristol@gmail.com

SPONSORS//

This event is sponsored by Awards For All & Quartet Community Foundation. As well as...

Radford Mill, Tribe of Doris, Refugee Women of Bristol, The Community Farm, Imayla, Ujima Radio, Chi Wholefoods, Equinox Kombucha, Essential Coop, Matter Wholefoods, DHI, St. Pauls Adventure Playground, Art Play Environment

We are looking for additional sponsors to support the running costs of this non-profit event and will be adding to the sponsor list in coming weeks: if you represent a local business that is interested in sponsoring us please get in touch via email: vitalitybristol@gmail.com

blessUP!

*By entering the event you give consent that you and any under-16s that you are accompanying may feature in official videography of the event. This will be made clear in signage when entering the event.

Please note that no food or drink may be brought onto the Malcolm X Centre premises during this event.

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