Concert series Bristol Sounds have announced their summer calendar for 2019, unveiling five shows taking place at Canons Marsh Amphitheatre on Bristol Harbourside this June. From Wednesday 26th to Sunday 30th June, Bristol Sounds will play host to some high calibre artists and special sets.

The first night will be headlined by Tom Misch, the rapidly rising songwriter and producer from London who’s debut album Geography has pushed him into the hat of British pop’s big names.

Thursday night sees the return of The Cat Empire, the Australian wonders who are deemed one of “the world’s best festival acts”. Celebrating their 20th year as a band in 2019, expect a party atmosphere for their appearance.

Friday night welcomes Bloc Party back to Bristol for a very exciting performance, as they celebrate their revered debut album ‘Silent Alarm’ by playing it in full. Expect to be transported back to 2005 for a nostalgic embrace of one of the decades finest records.

Saturday night sees the might of the festival’s booking capability as Elbow arrive for a headline set. The internationally renowned, Mercury-prize winning group, famous for their hits ‘One Day Like This’ and ‘Grounds For Divorce’, will no doubt envelop the crowd for a singalong or two for what will be an emotive and stirring show.

To close out the festivities, Cinematic Orchestra follow up their impressive Colston Hall show back in 2016 with a big headline slot at the Amphitheatre. No doubt bringing their new album ‘To Believe’ – which is released next month via Ninja Tune – to the live stage, expect the ever progressive band to bring an impressive live experience to boot.

Tickets for Tom Misch, The Cat Empire, Bloc Party and Elbow are available from Thursday, 31st January at 9am here.