Bristol's Trinity Centre set to welcome American contingent in Autumn 2018 with a selection of live showsPosted on: 24 Jun 2018
America is known for a lot of things. Our cousins across the pond don't always have the best reputation, but when it comes to music there's no denying that the States boasts one of the most diverse range of genres in the world. From country to hip-hop, classical to electronic, American artists make up a sizeable chunk of the world's most popular musicians. The Trinity Centre has tapped into this, announcing a string of live shows in Autumn that are set to welcome some of the USA's hottest talent to Bristol.
Kicking things off in September is Joyner Lucas, the Massachusets-based rapper tipped for huge success in the coming years. Having already received praise from the likes of rap legend Eminem and British icon Elton John, Lucas is due to arrive in the UK off the back of the release of his hotly-anticipated debut album, which is being finalised as we speak. The show at Trinity Centre will be part of Lucas' first ever UK tour which also sees him perform in Manchester and Milton Keynes. Catch Joyner Lucas live on Tuesday 11th September - nt many tickets left, get yours here now!
Japanese-American singer-songwriter Mitski is next on the Trinity Centre schedule for September, due to play on Tuesday 25th. Mitski has been pretty prolific since kicking off her career in music back in 2012, releasing four full studio albums. Her fifth offering, Be The Cowboy, is due for release on Friday 17th August. Get tickets here.
Completing a trio of US performers is up-and-coming country outfit, Midland. The Texas-based trio have been taking the genre by storm in the last year or so, with their debut album, On The Rocks, which came in at Number 2 in the American Country Billboard Chart. Their most recent release came in the form of Burn Out, a track that has been very well received among the American country faithful. You can see Midland perform live at The Trinity Centre on Tuesday 27th November. Get tickets here.
For more information on any of the above shows, or to book your tickets, head to our Facebook page to find individual event listings. Alternatively, you can visit Trinity Centre's website to see what else they've got coming up in 2018.
Having moved to Bristol from Cornwall in 2015, Matt recently completed a degree in Journalism at UWE. He is keen on a wide variety of musical genres, as well as taking an interest in art and illustration, producing his own work in his spare time. Matt makes the most of Bristol's diverse nightlife and attends live music and club nights regularly. Get in touch via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.