Simian Mobile Disco, Friendly Fires, Roni Size for Bristol New Year's Eve gig

'The Greatest Show On Earth' takes place at Motion

Simian Mobile Disco, Friendly Fires, Roni Size for Bristol New Year's Eve gig
Simian Mobile Disco, Friendly Fires and Roni Size are among the acts confirmed to appear at a New Years Eve night in Bristol.

Billed by organisers as The Greatest Show On Earth, the night takes place at Motion Ramp Park across five separate venues. Friendly Fires are due to DJ at midnight at The Lost Disco, while Rusko plays at the same time at The Skatepark.

The night runs from 9pm until 5am, and is organised by BUGGEDOut!, Arcadia, The Blast and Just Jack.

The line up for 'The Greatest Show On Earth' is:

The Skatepark:
Simian Mobile Disco (DJ set)
Roni Size & Dynamite MC
Rusko (midnight set)
Redlight (aka Clipz)

The Warehouse:
Altern8
Disco Of Doom
Rogue Element
Tom Real

The Lost Disco:
Friendly Fires (midnight DJ set)
Seth Troxler
Ed Karney
Tom Rio
Dan Wild

The Nightclub:
Deepgroove
Crystal Fighters
Casper C
Craig Torrance
D*Minds
Reso
Ben Ufo
Shortstuff
Koan Sound

See Motionbristol.com for more information.

To check the availability of The Greatest Show On Earth tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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