UPFEST - crafted with POSCA is back!
And this ones going to be a bit special!

Street painting 16th May - 27th May
Main event 30th & 31st May
Final event public viewing day 1st June
An earlier date isn’t the only change to Europe’s largest street art festival. For 2020, UPFEST will take over a new huge venue, Greville Smyth Park, for the event’s first ever ‘green field’ festival, in addition to The Tobacco Factory, the original Upfest venue.
The London Police at Upfest 2018 - Photo Paul Box

The boards and canvases previously found across a multitude of South Bristol venues will be brought together for a final weekend-long celebration of street art in the spectacular park, the first time the space has been used for a festival.
The street work traditionally painted during the festival weekend, will be created in the fortnight leading up to the festival weekend; giving more people the chance to witness these spectacular creations come to life first hand. The murals will be complete for viewing while over 250 artists paint live alongside music stages and food and drink experiences.
Lucas Antics at Upfest 2018 - Photo Paul Box
Artist registration for Upfest 2020 will officially open on the 1st of December via the Upfest website. Artists of all experiences and across all disciplines are invited to apply; from graffiti writers, to fine art, muralists, abstract, sculpture and beyond.
Artists, want to know more? Please visit the new Artists FAQ's
Cheers drive, see you all in May!


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