One of the most popular music festivals in the South West takes place this weekend – and it’s shaping up to be a triumphant return.
After being cancelled in 2020 because of the coronavirus pandemic, Love Saves The Day is taking place at a new location this year with an even bigger capacity.
The multi-genre festival is taking place at Clifton Downs for the first time ever on September 4 and 5 having spent five years at Eastville Park, and will welcome 25,000 revellers each day – a total of 50,000.
To get you in the mood for this weekend’s antics, we’ve put together a history of the festival in pictures, kicking off at Castle Park in the city centre, where the event was founded in 2012.
And make sure you familiarise yourself with our guide explaining everything you need to know before you arrive at the gates.
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