Located in Elton Street, Bristol, Lost Horizon HQ will feature arts, live music and performance this summer and has been described as “a creative playground for the iconic festival district”.
Launched by the team behind Glastonbury Festival’s Shangri-La area on 1st July as a bar and arts centre, it will have an initial capacity of 240, 120 inside and 120 in the beer garden. After restrictions are eased, there will be a capacity of 350 guests.
Lost Horizon creative director Kaye Dunnings said: “At last, a lifelong dream of ours is being realised – a creative headquarters where our culture and community can thrive year-round – and can be experienced by everyone. With inclusivity at our core, we will raise the bar with our new venture, forging collaborations and partnerships within the city and beyond on our ever-evolving exploration into human connection.”