When is Tokyo World Festival?Tokyo World takes place in Eastville Park, Bristol, from 17 to 18 September 2022.
What to expect from Tokyo World Festival
Featuring the best of drum and bass, hip hop and grime music, the Tokyo World line-up includes Busta Rhymes, Annie Mac, Claptone, Absolue, A1 X J1, Bou, Benny Page and Sye, and more ground-breaking acts. Covering 5 fields across Eastville Park, Tokyo World Bristol is a truly epic experience.
Things to see and do in Bristol
Bristol prides itself on its mouth-watering range of cafés, bars and restaurants serving up fresh, local produce so you won’t go hungry or thirsty.To find out more about Bristol’s delights read our Bristol destination guide.
How to get to Tokyo World Festival
The nearest station to Tokyo World is Stapleton Road station, which runs on a limited local stopping service, just a 15-minute walk to the festival site. You can also take the train to Bristol Temple Meads station, where a shuttle bus service will run between the station and the festival for most of the day.
Some popular routes to the festival once in Bristol include:
- Clifton Down – 56-minute walk, 43 minutes by bus/walk
- Montpelier – 40-minute walk, 26 minutes by bus/walk
- Stapleton Road – 15-minute walk, 12 minutes by bus/walk
If you’d like more information on travel to Tokyo World, then visit the Tokyo World website, where you can find out about the lineup, tickets and more. So catch one of our trains to Bristol and take in one of the UK’s most exciting festivals.
Where can I stay in Bristol?As camping is not available on-site it’s a good idea to stay in the heart of Bristol and make the most of the weekend.
When in the city, why not enjoy some of the best sites on offer such as the Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, M Shed or a walking tour of Banksy’s work.
Visit our trains to Bristol page to find out more.