Exchange Bristol is undertaking a community share issue to secure its future as a grassroots venue at the heart of Bristol’s live music scene. If successful, the share issue will put Exchange Bristol on a firmer footing by giving it the solid bedrock of community ownership, clearing historic debts and enabling it to make improvements to its building in order to increase revenue-generating potential.
Registered Society founded 2018
Exchange is a 250 capacity events space, offering an adventurous and diverse program up to seven nights a week. It is home to various musical and creative residents including a Record Shop, Recording Studio and Offices for Local Promoters and Record Labels. Read more
Aside from the warm and fuzzy feeling of being a co-owner, Exchange are planning to pay investors 3% per year from the second year after investment, and to enable people to start withdrawing their community shares investment after 3 years.
3% interest per year
Exchange want to make the venue place where people come and enjoy Bristol’s music, socialise and enjoy food, drink and refreshments throughout the day. Their refurbishment plans will help make this happen.
Exchange opened it's doors as a Live Music / Club Venue in August 2012. Since opening they have played host to a wide array of artists including The 1975, Haim, George Ezra, Rag n Bone Man, Four Tet, Sleaford Mods and many more. They have supported plenty of emerging talent as well as the wider Bristol music industry.
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