If you’re having any last minute worries about what to see at this year’s Simple Things festival, take a look at the time table and plan out your day. Follow the link here, and check out the clash-finder.

Luckily there seem to be very few headaches in the scheduling. There is also a nice spread of local acts throughout the day. Thumping techno-crossover act SCALPING will open The Lantern at 1:45pm, with Oliver Wilde taking to the same stage between at 4pm for an hour, unfortunately clashing with former Howling Owl label mate Klein, who will be playing at the Firestation.

Speaking of Howling Owl, Spectres will be bringing their skull-crashing mix of shoegaze, post-rock and noise to The Sportsman at 7:45pm, whilst the city’s favourite punks IDLES will trying to bring Colston Hall down from the inside from 9pm. If you’re not knackered by that, then you can also catch Youth at The Sportsman at 10:45pm.

There is, of course, a load of other acts playing throughout the day, and a load of amazing DJ’s that will be keeping the festival going until 7am.

If you haven’t got a ticket yet, don’t worry, you can still grab one here.

Watch Lantern operns SCALPING’s debut song ‘Conduit’ below