The six-week summer pop-up offers the best in activities, street food, live DJs and sunshine drinks.
Hosted in bespoke upcycled shipping containers, Bristol Beach Club has transformed Millenium Square into an oasis right in the centre of the city. Set with its very own beach, deck chairs and all-round chilled vibes during for the long summer days. They’ll be serving up cocktails and all the usually tipples making Bristol Beach Club a goto destination for those looking to relax, rewind and forget about the worries of life. With options to book a private cabana during the day and night, perfect for groups up to 12 people. For larger groups the beach hut fits up to 25 guests. Bristol Beach Club will be open from midday - midnight every day up until September 7, with DJs playing live between Friday - Sunday from 5pm onwards. Excises classes also available through Stark Fitness alongside free fitness classes for kids with Bristol Beach Clubs charity partner Empire Fighting Chance.
Bristol Beach Club is a place to chill out with friends, bring the family or simply pop in for a cheeky taptail (cocktails on tap).
The local food stars this summer are Pepe Nero, known for their mouthwatering vegan pizzas with gluten-free options also available alongside The Bowl Shed, who serve delicious and nutritious açaí bowls to complement the health and fitness side of things.
Empire Fighting Chance was born on Bristol’s streets to fight the impact of deprivation on the lives of young people. They use a powerful combination of non-contact boxing and intensive personal support to challenge and inspire young people to realise their unique potential. Offering free boxing fitness classes to kids on Friday 9th/16th/23rd August.
Starks Fitness will take over Bristol Beach Club every morning throughout August, this will include sunrise yoga, HIIT and boxercise. The first session will be free, then £5 a class moving forward. Beyond the there'll be free health checks throughout August.
The games areas will feature dedicated pétanque and corn hole setups. Deckchairs will be available throughout the summer to watch popular family films on Big Screen Bristol’s 296 inch display.
Emily Sarsfield from Pure Spaces says “We are delighted to have opened the Bristol Beach Club. The idea was to transport people to their own little island and I think we have achieved just that, kids playing in the sand whilst the adults sip on taptail, they would never know they were in Bristol city centre! The sleek design and comfy space has proved a hit and we are thrilled it’s a hit with all the family. We are looking forward to the affordable fitness sessions and free kids sessions starting next week, offering Bristol something more this ‘Summertime at The Square’”
For those planning a special birthday party or a summertime get-together with mates, Bristol Beach Club is available for private hire. For full private bookings or bespoke booking, the team has it covered.