Are you a son or daughter still scratching your head, struggling to think of something to do with the father figure in your life in Bristol for Father’s Day this year?
With already a number of amazing restaurants dotted throughout the city accepting bookings for the big day, there are a lot of other events and outings that you can take dad to.
The options are not only varied but endless - so BristolWorld compiled a list of seven different events and things to do this Father’s Day, ranging from Sunday lunches to The Beatles tribute acts. Here is everything you need to know.
When is Father’s Day in 2022?
Father’s Day is always celebrated on the third Sunday of June every year.
This means that in 2022, it falls on Sunday, 19 June.
What Father’s Day events and outings are taking place in Bristol?
Here is a list of all the events and outings in and around Bristol that you can treat the father figure in your life to across Father’s Day weekend.
Father’s Day at Aztec Hotel & Spa
Price: visit the website for more information
Where: Aztec Hotel & Spa, Aztec W, Almondsbury, Bristol - BS32 4TS
When: not specified
Aztec Hotel & Spa are going all-out this Father’s Day with three fun-filled and exciting activities to spend time with dad.
Firstly, you can book the pair of you for a tasty Sunday lunch at the Curious Kitchen, before you go for a day out at The Bristol Activity Centre to take part in some paintball, clay shooting, archery, axe throwing - and a super cool quad biking experience.
The last prong of what would make up a superb Father’s Day celebration with the father figure in your life is a visit to either The Wave or stepping aboard an SS Great Britain cruiser.
For more details about how to book your stay at the hotel, as well as reserving your participation in any of the above activities, please visit the official website.
Father’s Day at Aerospace Bristol
Price: from £18 per person
Where: Hayes Way, Patchway, Bristol - BS34 5BZ
When: Saturday, 18 June to Sunday, 19 June - 10 am to 2 pm
Is your dad car-mad? Does he love a super-quick and sleek supercar? Aerospace Bristol is the perfect place to visit together this Father’s Day.
There will be a dedicated car show for the big day, with pure beauties showcased during the four-hour event.
Bask in the sight of the powerful-yet-beautiful Aston Martin DBS Superleggera Concorde Edition, as well as three additional Aston Martin cars - Vantage, DB11 and DBX.
There is no need to book a ticket in advance, but if you feel the need to do so, this can be achieved by visiting the official Aerospace Bristol website.
Bristol Booze Cruise Festival 2022
Price: Day passes (£30 per person) Weekend passes (£60 per person)
Where: The Exchange, 72-73 Old Market, Bristol - BS2 0EJ
When: Saturday, 18 June to Sunday, 19 June
Coinciding with Father’s Day celebrations this year is the arrival of the Booze Cruise Festival to Bristolian soil - though sadly, there are no boats actually involved.
Boasting a line-up that features dozens of live musical performances, you and dad can dance to your heart’s content as you enjoy this two-day extravaganza.
Despite the event kicking off in a matter of days - hours even - there are still tickets available for purchase.
For more information about the Bristol Booze Cruise Festival 2022, BristolWorld compiled all the details you need to know ahead of time.
‘Dads Deli Boards’ at Flourish
Price: £25 per person
Where: Glenavon Farm, Bath Road, Saltford, Bristol - BS31 3TJ
When: Sunday, 19 June - between 3 pm and 4 pm
Afternoon tea with a Father’s Day twist that will surely ensure an entertaining evening full of tasty bites to eat, a good atmosphere and plenty of craft beer.
Boasting a food selection to treat dad with that consists of charcuterie, cheeses, fresh baked breads and cool craft beers.
To book a table, email Flourish at [email protected] with your name, number of guests, telephone number, any special dietary requirements and a booking time between 3 pm and 4 pm - they will then get back to you.
Visit the event’s official Facebook page for further information.
Bristol Concert Orchestra Concert
Price: from £12 per person
Where: St. George’s, Great George Street, Bristol - BS1 5RR
When: Sunday, 19 June - starts at 7 pm
For dads that are more musically inclined, BristolWorld has a perfect outing that they will absolutely enjoy for Father’s Day 2022.
Held at St. George’s is a performance from the Bristol Concert Orchestra of Elgar’s Enigma Variations, Berliosz Le Carnaval Romain and Medelssohn’s Incidental music for ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ - narrated by actor David Barrell.
To book your seat at this mesmerising show, please visit the official website.
The Two Beatles Live Music Tribute
Where: Crown Inn, 19A High Street, Staple Hill, Bristol - BS16 5HP
When: Saturday, 18 June - 8:30 pm to 11:30 pm
Two local Bristolian acts play the roles of Lennon and McCartney as they bring you and the father figure in your life a Beatles inspired Father’s Day this year.
Meet by the bar of The Crown as you enjoy this entertaining The Beatles tribute act as they celebrate the iconic and legendary music career of the Merseyside band.
Admission is free-of-charge so turn up on the day and have a great time, but for any further information please visit the event’s official Meetup page.
Work In Progress Stand-up Comedy Shows
Price: from £6.50 per person
Where: Smoke and Mirrors, 8 Denmark Street, Bristol - BS1 5DQ
When: Sunday, 19 June - 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm
For something much lighter and full of laughs, why not take dad to a work in progress stand-up comedy show located right in the heart of Bristol.
What are work in progress shows? Well as comedians lead up to the summer months filled with comedy festivals and tours, they love to try out new material to perfect their routine by holding small intimate stand-up shows like these.
The event title for the show this Father’s Day is ‘A Bunch of Japes’ so visit the official Facebook page for further information.
If you wish to attend and purchase a ticket via the online system, as well as purchasing any food or drink on the day, all money will go straight to the comedians.