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Ne-Yo, Craig David Presents TS5, Jess Glynne, DJ Spoony Presents Garage Classical, Fatman Scoop, Dizzee Rascal, Stefflon Don, Roni Size, House Gospel Choir, Damage and Krush tickets at Ashton Gate Stadium in Bristol
Sat 22 Jun 2024
Ashton Gate Presents BS3 One Stadium, Two Stages, Ten Artists
Ashton Gate Stadium, Bristol, United Kingdom
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Ashton Gate Presents BS3 One Stadium, Two Stages, Ten Artists
Ashton Gate Stadium
Ashton Road
Bristol, United Kingdom BS3 2EJ
Sat 22 Jun 2024
Doors Open: 12:00
Onsale: Fri 12 Jan 2024 - 10:00 BST

Customers looking to purchase accessible tickets can do so by calling Ashton Gate Stadium directly on 0117 963 0600.


Bio: Ne-Yo

NE-YO is a three-time GRAMMY® Award-winning R&B hitmaker, iconic songwriter, actor, entrepreneur, and philanthropist whose illustrious catalog has generated a combined total of 23 billion streams worldwide.

His debut single, 2005’s “So Sick,” hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and was certified quadruple-platinum. Since then, the Motown Records/Compound Entertainment recording artist has racked up a collection of global hits including“Sexy Love,” “Closer,” “Because of You,” “Miss Independent,” and “Push Back” [feat. Bebe Rexha and Stefflon Don].”

Additionally, NE-YO has proven to be as powerful with his pen as he is in the recording studio and on stage, penning bangers like Rihanna’s “Unfaithful,” “Russian Roulette,” and “Take a Bow,” along with Beyoncé’s 2006 breakup anthem “Irreplaceable” and songs for such artists as Jennifer Hudson, Usher, Carrie Underwood, Celine Dion and Mario among others. 

The multihyphenate has also leveraged his platform as a musician to pivot into acting. His film and television credits include NBC’s World of Dance, Netflix’s Dance MonstersEmpire, Stomp the YardSave the Last Dance, Battle: Los Angeles, George Lucas' Red Tails, The Wiz Live!, Starz’ Step Up: High Water, Hip Hop Family Christmas Wedding and The Sound of Christmas. He will be starring in the upcoming season of 50 Cent’s acclaimed drama series BMF on STARZ.


Bio: Craig David

20 years since the critically-acclaimed album, ‘Born To Do It’ changed his life, Craig has since catapulted back into the charts and into the nation’s hearts with a string of chart hits and a Number 1 album marking the beginning of his triumphant return - his latest two albums, ‘Following my Intuition’ and ‘The Time is Now’ have since gone on to amass over 1.5 billion streams alone. Craig has since leapt from strength to strength on our airwaves, and has been unavoidable on our TV screens and on the live circuit ever since. 

Craig has racked up an astounding 23 UK top 40 singles, nine UK top 40 albums, amassed over 5 billion streams worldwide and has achieved multi-platinum status in more than 20 countries around the world in his career. With two UK Number 1 albums under his belt, he has also received multiple BRIT Award and Grammy nominations, 4 x MOBO Awards, as well as becoming a 3x Ivor Novello Award winner. 

Demand for Craig’s live performances is higher than ever following the incredible success of his world famous, critically acclaimed ‘TS5’ shows. Starting out as the most exclusive pre-party in Miami, hosted in his penthouse home, Tower Suite 5, ‘TS5’ has gone on to become the must-see live event with Craig playing sets at the biggest festivals and clubs around the world.

After bringing ‘TS5’ to the UK, Craig sold out shows at London’s KOKO, Brixton Academy and even London’s O2 Arena in a matter of seconds. In 2016 he took over Glastonbury’s Sonic Stage, bringing over 25k people to the tent and achieving the record for the biggest crowd at the stage in Glastonbury history. From there he made his Glastonbury Pyramid stage debut just a year later. Now back in London full time, Craig and ‘TS5’ show no signs of slowing down. He was due to return this summer for a record 5th season residency at Ibiza Rocks Hotel. Becoming one of the most successful daytime residencies in Ibiza history, Craig will hopefully be able to return in 2021. 

Following another incredible 2019 which saw him curate his own stage at SW4 as well as performing a special concert on BBC One for New Year’s Eve, Craig will soon be travelling around the UK for his 2021 Anniversary ‘Hold That Thought’ UK Arena Tour. 

As one of the UK’s most loved artists, Craig has remained at the helm of his own unique, authentically British sound. A sound that made waves across the globe, making him the voice of one of the most pivotal eras in UK music, and in turn, making him one of the most successful artists in UK chart history.


Bio: Jess Glynne

Jess Glynne is an English singer and songwriter. Glynne is the first British female solo artist to have seven number one singles on the UK Singles Chart. She rose to prominence as a featured artist on singles such as "Rather Be" by Clean Bandit, "My Love" by Route 94 and more recently on Rudimental's "These Days" with Macklemore. She was also considered one of the "Most Influential People Under 30" by Forbes magazine in 2019.


Bio: DJ Spoony

One of the original godfathers of UK Garage, DJ Spoony teamed up with acclaimed composer/conductor Katie Chatburn and the esteemed Ignition Orchestra to create ‘Garage Classical', which has enjoyed a string of high-profile performances in some of the UK’s most iconic venues including a sold-out show at the Royal Albert Hall.


Bio: Dizzee Rascal

Dizzee Rascal’s sixth album, Raskit, returns the compliment of Drake’s recent grime-flavoured mixtape - and with interest. It teams precision-tooled beats from a stellar array of US producers (Valentino Khan, Cardo and Paul Salva among them) with the sound of Britain’s finest MC - bar none, in a field of his own, champion of a league of one - “rapping my arse off”. The result  is a spiralling sub-bass vortex of introspective jeep-beats which takes the man Jeremy Paxman called Mr Rascal right back to his roots, but with a hip-hop twist Jay-Z or E40 would be proud of. 

“The idea of trying to be my 17 year old self again just because everyone thinks grime’s landed in their lap this week didn’t satisfy me”, Dizzee explains. “I wanted to use what I’ve learned to make the best rap album I could, with no hands in the air moments, just using as much English slang as I could over the best beats I could find”.

I ain’t stush, that’s focus on my mush

Dizzee Rascal - ‘Focus’

The urgent two-punch combination of “Focus” and “Wot U Gonna Do” gets Raskit to the first bend in a blur of dextrous internal rhymes. But even as the lightning-quick synth stabs are softening you up, it’s the fearlessness of the lyrics that really leaves a mark.

“Sitting there trying to write the same old song, trying to work out where it all went wrong

Wot u gonna do when your fans don’t care ‘cos they’re all grown up and they’ve all moved on?…

Wot u gonna do when it all goes sideways gotta work weekend shifts at MacD’s and you can’t party on a Friday?”

Dizzee Rascal - ‘Wot U Gonna Do?’

If there’s been a funnier and more brutally honest summation of the pressures piling up on a number one artist as people he used to know win Mercury prizes with his old rhymes, I’ve certainly never heard it. “The funny thing about that song is”, Dizzee grins, “People are always asking me who it’s about, when it’s obvious it’s about me”.  

“Aint' no point in playing it safe - gotta know your role better state your case”

Dizzee Rascal - ‘Space’

How the guardians of linguistic propriety will respond to the lines “Sitting there trying to realign my chakras/driving me crackers/You bloody spackers/Should get off my knackers” remains to be seen. “I set myself the challenge of asking myself ‘What do I really think?’” Dizzee remembers - “Maybe I should say it because I shouldn’t say it…”. This is a track for “the hipsters that made themselves gatekeepers - ‘cos I was only cool when I had less money than you and I could be your little black thing, then you could run home and talk the Queen’s English to your mum”.

Why lie? I’m the guy”

Dizzee Rascal - ‘Creed (I Ain’t Even Gonna Lie)’

Honesty is the best policy - especially when it comes to celebrity dating: “Truthfully she don’t wanna go to the movies/Wanna get a million views on her boobies”. 

Bunch of rubbish MCs: put them in a chute

Dizzee Rascal - ‘How Bad Do You Want it?’

As well as literally binning the current competition, this forensically detailed account of events - the stabbing in Ayia Napa which so nearly ended Dizzee’s career when it was just getting started - that have now become “folklore” will be grist to the mill of the lyrical analysts of . Spraying threats and accusations (some of them way too controversial to be highlighted in a press release) like a verbal catherine wheel, Dizzee fashions an explosive riposte to the gentrification of grime and a ringing endorsement of the pioneering spirit of “the true spitters on the roof”.

“I was in the dance with no vest on my chest - bredders licking shots just to vent and express”

Dizzee Rascal - ‘Make It Last’

A second vivid snapshot of the days before Dizzee got a cheque, when he was working up a sweat, this tragical mystery tour of early grime landmarks - Deja 92, Heat FM, the Stratford Rex - showcases vulnerability as well as swagger, just like Tupac did: “Imperial Gardens I was way out my depth… all I see is shooters it’s about to be a mess”. As the bass wobble waxes appropriately murderous, Dizzee unfolds a further true-life death-at-the-rave narrative of matchless intensity:

“I went to Tudor Rose thinking it would be a breeze/But all I saw was G’s/Bredders on their knees/ screaming ‘Why d’you take my boy away? God help him, please”. 

Talk about grime like I aint the staple? I was on the mic when you were in playschool"

Dizzee Rascal - ‘Ghost’

The closing instalment of Dizzee’s Grime: A Warning From History triptych harks back to the time “when I was a little bit thinner… waiting for the dominos guy to deliver for a free dinner”

“Country bumpkin - looking all chunky”

Dizzee Rascal - ‘Businessman’

Flipping hip-hop tradition as deftly as he once deposited Megaman on his arse, this “perky” paean to good economic husbandry finds Dizzee boasting about the smallness of his country residence - “Done with the mortgage/ Coulda had a bigger house/But I got it figured out/So I bloody bought it… Talk is cheap everybody can afford it”.

“Bop and keep it dipping cos the manor’s unforgiving”

Dizzee Rascal - ‘Bop n Keep It Dippin’ 

An impeccable homegrown G-funk elegy to dark deeds at Perfect Fried Chicken - home of 10 hot-wings for a pound - rejoicing in the immortal pay-off line “I ain’t flippin’ over no chicken”.

She wants a fancy feller that will treat her like a boo and not treat her like a bird cos she’s had a cock or two”

Dizzee Rascal - ‘She Knows What She Wants’

Raskit offers more than its fair share of salty rhyme schemes, but “nonce/condiments” takes the biscuit.

“Everybody’s gotta eat, someone’s gonna cheat”

Dizzee Rascal - ‘Everything Must Go’

This first of two starkly clear-eyed assessments of the puppet-masters pulling the strings of social change in East London gives Boris Johnson and Margaret Thatcher vocal samples the grime makeover they have long been waiting for.

“Then developers rocked up, setting up shop got the whole place locked, and it all got copped and the hood got chopped and the natives cropped and the ends got boxed up. Then the price got knocked up - foreign investment raising the stock up, so the rent got propped up and it kept getting topped up so the heart got ripped out and rinsed out. Some got shipped out - got kicked out - few of them stayed but the rest just dipped out, took the quick route; power, money and big clout is what it’s about”.

Dizzee Rascal - ‘Slow Your Roll’ 

If you look at what grime is and always was - which is a regionally and sonically specific sub-set of hip-hop, the same way Trap is - the evolution of the genre can’t be separated from the gentrification of the place it came from. Heritage grime acts might want to act like there’s nothing new - in the ends or anywhere else for that matter - eating off Dizzee’s recipe till the McD’s cows come home. But the fact is shit changed. Dizzee Rascal changed it. And now Raskit has changed it again.

“Sick of Balmain, I should bring back Wrangler”

Dizzee Rascal - ‘Sick a Dis’

Ben Thompson, June 2017


Bio: Roni Size

Jungle/drum and bass pioneer Roni Size will be appearing at Metropolis Studios this June to perform a live show with his band Reprazent and talk exclusively about his music and career in a one off production masterclass
Day one will see RoniSize/Reprazent perform a global exclusive of their new album including a few classics, in front of 100 lucky VIP fans in the truly intimate setting of Metropolis Studio A. This will be recorded live and released as a super limited edition, deluxe double vinyl.
There are 25 Super VIP tickets available which include admission to the live show and access to our private box during the gig which has a dedicated waiter service. Super VIPs will also get their names in the credits of the duluxe vinyl release and have a full meet and greet with Roni and the band. This is the ultimate experience, connecting fans directly to the music.
On day two fans will see and hear Roni Size as never before in a production masterclass with a capacity of only 55 attendees.  Roni will give an in depth interview on his journey from unknown DJ to globally renowned artist and Drum and Bass innovator. He will also play a selection of his well known anthems using the original multitrack masters through our state of the art studio equipment. Roni will then take part in an audience Q&A where super fans will get the chance to ask their burning questions and have them answered personally by Roni.


Bio: House Gospel Choir

Anyone who has been caught up in the rapture of true house music can testify to its power to unify and uplift. This is the House Gospel Choir guarantee.

House Gospel Choir first hit the stage at Glastonbury Festival in 2014, then got quickly booked to play Latitude, and Buckingham Palace. Since then, they’ve been seen with Labrinth on Later… with Jools Holland, the New Year’s Eve Special of Top of the Pops, and have performed and recorded with the likes of The Kooks and Gorgon City.
Their past headline shows prove that is one choir that always bring the ‘house’ down – with performances that are epic in every sense of the word. A force of outstanding voices alongside a live DJ, percussion, and keys – at an HGC gig, you can expect an authentic and electrifying House meets Gospel experience like no other.


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