Trinity Centre to broadcast selected #TrinityPresents shows onlinePosted on: 03 Apr 2020
The Trinity team are determined to deliver as much of their events schedule as possible during the Coronavirus outbreak.
With venues closed and events cancelled across Bristol and beyond, what is usually a busy period for touring artists and party promoters has become a depressingly barren couple of weeks.
The ongoing Coronavirus pandemic doesn't look to be letting up any time soon, so it may be a long while before music fans can get back amongst it and see their favourite artists back on stage.
Over the next few weeks we are going to be bringing a selection of our #TrinityPresents programme online. Expect: live streams from DJ’s , online sessions from our music making programme #Making Tracks + heritage and arts activities. TONIGHT 7pm is @Minirigs #LockdownFestival pic.twitter.com/DIm1zp9YaW— Trinity Bristol (@TrinityBristol) April 1, 2020
But what do we do in the meantime? The hard-working team in charge of the Trinity Centre have announced they'll be delivering a selection of exclusive #TrinityPresents events online, broadcasting live performances, DJ sets, interviews and more to viewers at home.
Team Trinity have also spruced up the interactive elements of their website, allowing users to learn more about the venue's rich history through an online archive and connect with artists as part of the IGNiTE Arts Programme.
Information on how to support artists, companies and brands involved will accompany the broadcasts, allowing you to get behind the people whose livelihoods have been affected by COVID-19.
Trinity has already taken part in Bristol manufacturer Minirig's online #LockdownFestival, as well as local promoter Booty Bass' Quarantine Sessions, both of which were streamed live on Facebook.
For more information on the #TrinityPresents online broadcast series, or to find out about future broadcasts, head to the Trinity Centre Facebook page.
Check out the Trinity Centre website for more news and updates.
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Having moved to Bristol from Cornwall in 2015, Matt graduated from UWE with a degree in Journalism in 2018. He's 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 gigs and club nights regularly. Get in touch via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.