Outdoor events

Situated alongside the city's bustling but beautiful harbourside the landmark squares are perfectly located for product launches, photo shoots, themed attractions, markets, fairs, parties and concert performances.

As well as being a busy location in the centre of Bristol these popular public spaces offer a great backdrop to any event with their vibrant collection of art works and stunning water and light sculptures.

Booking

We understand that every event is unique. Please contact us to discuss your requirements so we can tailor a package to suit you and your budget.

Call the events team today on 0117 915 8000 or email for more information.

Millennium Square

Perfect for large scale exhibitions, banquets and conferences, and for high profile events, the Rosalind Franklin room's south terrace provides exclusive viewing points across the square. 

Anchor Square 

A more intimate space adjacent to Pero’s Bridge, which crosses Bristol's Floating harbour, Anchor Square is suitable for smaller events. 

Our previous outdoor events clients have included Aperol Spritz, BBC, Bristol Festival of Nature, University of Bristol and UWE.

Big Screen Bristol 

The Big Screen is the focal point for public screenings and events, from the Royal Opera to the Six Nations and the Royal Wedding. 

The Big Screen is a free for the community (including students, artists, arts organisations, and independent community members and groups) to screen their content and provides a great opportunity for films, animations, digital art, photographs and interactive games to get seen by the public.

To be kept up-to-date with all the latest listings; from LIVE Royal Opera House screenings to Wimbledon matches, or if you would like to submit content to be screened or advertised visit www.bigscreenbristol.com

Getting here...

Our city centre location is easy to get to by bike, train, bus or car. Plus if you book your event with us, you and your guests are eligible for 10% discount on parking in Millennium Square Car Park.

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