Chai Wallahs City Events
Chai Wallahs will be presenting a selection of our favourite artists in Bristol throughout 2020.
01/02 -Lazy Habits @ Old Market Assembly
07/03 - Friendly Fire Band @ Old Market Assembly
27/03 - Spring Gathering ft Agbeko @ the Jam Jar
04/04 - Afla Sackey & Afrik Bawantu @ Old Market Assembly
02/05 - Gypsy Hill @ Old Market Assembly
06/06 - Amy True @ Old Market Assembly
Artist Applications Now Open for 2021!
Every year at Chai Wallahs, we select a handful of less established artists to play at some of the UK's biggest festivals! Our application form for festival season 2020 has closed, but we've opened up our form for 2021! It'll be closing January 2021.
Chai Wallahs 2019
Big Ups to everyone who shared their summer with us at Chai Wallahs! To the artists, dancers, cocktail enthusiasts, Chai Wallah Warriors and all the festival staff who helped us at Nass, Watthe, Kendal Calling, Green Man Festival & Shambala Festival! Plans are already underway for festival season 2020, which will be sure to be our best one yet! Stay tuned...
About Chai Wallahs
Fusing creative concepts with meticulous attention to detail and sophisticated production values, Chai Wallahs has established a reputation for producing not only spectacular environments, but also for suffusing spaces with an array of creative talent, energising music, soul warming vibes and happy smiling hosts.
Add the very best in festival catering and licensed bar services to the mix and you have a festival venue that can fulfil all your, and your audiences requirements.
Last year we balanced 7,972 kg CO2e from our company travel with Energy Revolution! 100% of donations have gone to Solar 4 Schools a project that helps schools install solar panels & teaches kids about a low carbon future.
In 2018 we worked with Energy Revolution a charity that helps festivals and suppliers to balance fossil fuel miles with clean renewable energy. Together with 50 members we balanced over 3 million fossil fuel miles last year! Watch their video via the link below