13th – 20th August 2013.
Nelson St. Bristol.
There are many reasons why Bristol is the largest cultural hub of the south west.
One of it’s greatest gifts to the modern world is the work of Bristol based graffiti artist, Banksy.
His popularity in Bristol and around the world introduced our city to one of the biggest uprisings in modern times - street culture.
Banksy’s work can be found all over the world and Bristol City Council was one the first to protect the art work on the walls of the City. But Bristol’s graffiti fascination hasn’t stopped there.
In 2011 Bristol hosted the first ‘See No Evil Festival’, a week long graffiti festival that claims to be the largest in Europe and secured Bristol as the leader in the urban arts movement.
This event is now set every year and 2013 is no different!
From the 13th August 2013, this Bristol festival will see the worlds leading street and graffiti artists bringing office blocks, police stations, bridges & walls to life!
‘See No Evil’ sees thousands of people flock to see what it’s all about!
See No Evil is over 1 week beginning 13th August 2013 and is completely free!
Come and join in the fun and enjoy the street party over the festival weekend.
Held in Nelson Street just off of Broadmead (Bristol City Centre)
Only a 15-25 minute walk from any of our hotels in Clifton.
Posted on:: 31 May 2013 | Posted by:: Hugh Farrow