Submerge
Festival

Bristol (UK)

Immersive digital & audiovisual arts, electronic music and live performance


About

Submerge Festival 2016

Koreless - The Well

Submerge Festival 2016 brings a mix of pioneering electronic music, audiovisual art and live performance to Bristol.

It takes place from 18th and 20th November 2016, throughout a mix of unusual venues; from an 18th century church to a former mortuary.

Each of the eight festival events offers a diverse, visceral and immersive art experience. Audiences can attend the whole festival, or choose individual events.

Fathoms

The festival theme is “Fathoms” and the festival represents a metaphorical journey to the bottom of the ocean and back.

Audiences will experience mixed bills of electronic and experimental music, international performance art, digital and audiovisual art and DJs.

We hope you’ll take a deep breath and dive into the dark waters of our drowned world, before coming back to the surface, gasping for air.

Mike Pony
Artistic Director

Tickets and Passes

Olivier de Sagazan - Transfiguration

Festival passes and tickets are available from Crack Magazine.

A General Festival Pass includes entry to all Submerge events other than “The Cube”. A Supporter Pass includes a £25 donation to the festival. Individual event tickets are also on sale.

Social Media

We invite you to document your journey on social media and tag your posts using #SubmergeFest

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Support

Submerge is the first festival of its kind in Bristol, presenting local and international musicians and artists who wouldn’t normally be shown together, and who are rarely seen in the Southwest.

Submerge Festival has been made possible with the support of Arts Council England, Watershed, Colston Hall, Mayk, Theatre Bristol and Crack Magazine.

“The light drummed against his brain, bathing the submerged levels below his consciousness, carrying him downwards into warm pellucid depths, where the nominal realities of time and space ceased to exist.” - J.G. Ballard, The Drowned World