Coming up at the Jam Jar…
To celebrate The Jam Jar's 5th Birthday party we're hosting a day of free workshops, open studios, makers market and games followed by an amazing evening of live music in collaboration with KALLIDA 2019.
This is the official Bristol launch party for KALLIDA Festival. KALLIDA is a three-day music & arts festival set in a Georgian country manor house, with a focus on immersive production & sound system culture.
Chai Wallahs continues our 20th anniversary celebrations with a special night at the Jam Jar.
Our resident DJ's will be providing six hours of absolute Chai Wallah bangers!
Starting with funked up dub, reggae, hip hop and broken beats. Before upping the tempo to the wee hours with a eclectic mix of Afrobeat, House, Breakbeat and Drum & Bass. Finishing with ultimate Chai Wallah classics.
Stick your name on the facebook event page for £3 guestlist before 11PM! Or grab your tickets from Headfirst if you can't make it down in time.
£3 b4 11 // £4 Advance // £5 OTD
It's our 5th birthday party! What better way to celebrate than to host a day of free workshops and classes, open studios, a makers market, interactive games & food, followed by some live music.
On May 4th we open our doors to local residents, The Jam Jar community of yesteryear and hopefully some new faces, to explore and experience our project. In order to entice you wonderful people into our creative space, we are offering free workshops from 11am, for every workshop you attend you will get £1 off the entrance fee to our extra special after party!
Of all the great industrial reissues of recent years, the work of Sydney outfit Severed Heads stands out. One of the more adventurous acts celebrated under the ‘industrial’ umbrella, their work has taken on a new life after a glut of reissued material bolstered their cult following and highlighted the breadth of their wild tape experiments – club-ready proto-house, whirring post punk, gnarly industrial and glistening synth pop like that of their 1984 crossover hit Dead Eyes Opened. The pioneering band appear in Bristol for a rare showcase of their timeless work.