Lakota, Bristol, BS2
Whether you want to hear some groundbreaking new sounds, see some of the country’s best performers or dance to our locally most-loved artists, it’s all here at Lakota.
When we opened our doors in 1992, we quickly became known as a major player in the 90s worldwide global music scene. Hosting acts like Jamiroquai, Roger Sanchez, Roy Ayers, Boy George, Pete Tong and Laurent Garnier meant we drew clubbers from far and wide.
The name comes from the Lakota people, a Native American tribe. It roughly translates into an “alliance of people”. Famous for their strong leadership and rebelliousness, they were one of the last tribes to sign a treaty with the US – which they are still fighting against now.
Respect for all forms of life was deeply ingrained within their culture. Luther Standing Bear, a Lakota leader and one of the first Native American writers to be published (around 1900), talked about respect as an essential ingredient for balanced interaction among all living things. According to him, the Lakota had developed a respect for the Earth and all forms of life because each and everything played a vital part. His biggest concern was that humans who lost respect for animals would soon lose respect for their own kind as well.
The decision to call it Lakota was made by George Leonard the original owner. Being an American, he was passionate about the Lakota people and their belief system. When we, the Burgess’s took over the club, the values resonated deeply with us too and seemed relevant to the time and location.
After all Stokes Croft has always been home to an eclectic mix of people. And we’ve always had a huge range of people with different backgrounds involved with Lakota. And our different tastes in music reflect the nights that we put on.
So don’t come if you’re expecting to hear run-of-the-mill chart music.
And do come if you want to hear great new music and dance with kindred spirits.
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Details for Lakota
6 Upper York Street
- Fri : 9:00pm - 6:00am
- Sat : 9:00pm - 7:00am
- Sun : 7:00pm - 5:00am
What's on at Lakota
Fri 25 April at 10:00pm until Sat 26 April 2014 at 06:00am
MAIN ROOM: ONEMAN (2 HR SET), RYAN HEMSWORTH, APEX COLLECTIVE TIME: 10PM-6AM PRICE: £4 EARLY BIRD TICKETS EXTRAS: FUNKTION ONE SOUND SYSTEMS, DANCERS, UV CLUB DÉCOR, INTELLIGENT LIGHTING, LAZERS, PLUS MORE INFO: www.lakota.co.uk
6 Upper York Street, Bristol, BS2 8QN
Sat 26 April at 10:00pm until Sun 27 April 2014 at 07:00am
MUSIC: PSYTRANCE, TECHNO, PSYBREAKS, LIQUID DNB, ELECTRO, DARKPSY, HITECH, DARKPROG, TECHHOUSE, DUB, CHILLOUT IT'S THE LAST TRIBAL GATHERING AT LAKOTA UNTIL WE RETURN IN SEPTEMBER FOR OUR 14TH BIRTHDAY. MAIN ROOM: PSYTRANCE - PROGRESSIVE ILLEGAL MACHINES - LIVE (BOM SHANKA) MECHANIMAL - LIVE (MUTAGEN) JAMES WEST - LIVE DEBUT (UNSIGNED) NIGEL (BOM SHANKA - SHIVA VALLEY) PSYCHOSONIC (TRIBE OF FROG) DR.G (TRIBE OF FROG) HEMP (TRIBE OF FROG) ROOM 2: ELECTRO - TECHNO - PSYBREAKS - TECHHOUSE TOM REAL - PRODUCER SET (FLOW - BLOOP) LLAMALEAF - LIVE (LIQUIDTEK - WOBBLY RECORDS) CHEMICAL PROBLEM (OHMEN AUDIO - HAPPY DAZE) GEO (TRIBE OF FROG - TRIBAL VISION) PICKLE (TRIBE OF FROG - DIGITAL MIND) WICKI (TRIBE OF FROG - LIQUID RECORDS) ROOM 3: DARKPSY - HITECH - DARKPROG SKYHIGHATRIST - LIVE (CATAWAMPUS) LIFE PATH 9 - DEBUT PRODUCER SET (WOO-DOG) AETROX (DIGITAL MIND) DJ POD (TRIBE OF FROG) F'DA (TRIBE OF FROG) ROOM 4: LIQUID DNB - DUB - CHILL ASTRAL VALLEY - PRODUCER SET (FIGMENT RECORDS) NEON CONCEPT - PRODUCER SET ( (HEAVY ARTILLERY) MODIFY PERSPECTIVE (LIQUIFYAH) JOHN SANGITA (SANGITA SOUNDS) PIEMAN (TRIBE OF FROG - BROKEN) TIME: 10PM-7AM PRICE: £5/ £10+BF/ £10/£12 OTD EXTRAS: FUNKTION ONE SOUND SYSTEMS, 4 UNIQUE ULTRA-IMMERSIVE ULTRA-VIOLET ENVIRONMENTS LOVINGLY CREATED BY TRIBE OF FROG, MULTI-LASER & LIGHT SHOWS, FOREST-THEMED FANCY DRESS, IMPS DANCERS, UVBODY PAINTING, FREE FRUIT, ICE POLES & CDS, LARGE OUTDOOR AREA, CHAI CAFÉ, ASTRO-TURFED DANCE FLOOR & MORE! INFO: www.tribeoffrog.co.uk
6 Upper York Street, Bristol, BS2 8QN