Bristol has long been a hotspot for alternative and electronic music so it's somewhat appropriate that it has been chosen as the location for new electronic music and digital art festival, Arc. As a collaboration between the RFID production team, digital experience agency Luma and the Hypercolour and Applepips label the one-day outdoor festival will take place over two blackout marquees and three geodesic domes in Bristol's Eastville park.
The festival makes use of digital art and projection mapping from Atoms For Peace collaborator Tarrik Barri. The festival is aiming to integrate audio and visual performance and all of the headliners will have bespoke shows. The line-up itself is focused on experimental electronic artists with headliners including James Holden, Martyn, Clark, Skudge, Roman Flugel, The Black Dog, Livity Sound, Pinch and Will Saul.
The festival takes place next Saturday and readers of the blog have a chance to win a pair of tickets - simply email [competition closed] with the subject line "Arc Competition and be sure to include your full name, email address and postal address. The winner will be selected at random by the end of Tuesday 23 April.