More artists added to Trinity Centre's Garden Sessions lineupPosted on: 01 Oct 2020
Some of Bristol's most exciting artists will be performing live on Trinity's brand-new outdoor stage.
The Trinity Centre team have added three more events to their Trinity Presents: Garden Sessions programme, completing a second weekend of live performances this month.
From Friday 23 to Sunday 25 October, join Trinity as they host some of the city's most in-demand artists, including STANLÆY, Young Echo and a selection of acclaimed DJs as part of an Afrobeat special.
With social distancing and other safety measures in place at the pop-up venue, tickets are available to book in groups of up to six people, at a price of £51 (plus booking fee) per table.
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The new lineup announcement comes two weeks after the initial unveiling of Trinity's Garden Sessions series, with revered jazz trio Waldo's Gift, Hodge & Danielle of Livity Sound and Dubkasm & Ashanti Selah set to perform as part of the opening weekend.
Tickets for Waldo's Gift have unfortunately sold out, but a limited number of tables for Hodge & Danielle and Dubkasm & Ashanti Selah (Saturday 17 & Sunday 18 October) are still available - find out more and get yours here.
Joining an already-stellar lineup are collaborative live outfit STANLÆY, the boundary-pushing Young Echo collective and Afrobeat Fridays residents DJ Neyo, Dancehall Generals and DJ Wally.
The brainchild of fast-rising musician, producer, artist and composer Bethany Stenning, STANLÆY is a multi-disciplinary musical project that features input from bassist Ben Holyoake, violinist Naomi Hill, drummer Joe Milkinson and Waldo's Gift guitarist Alun Elliot-Williams.
The group have appeared across the radio waves on BBC 6 Music, BBC Introducing and RTE, and have been tipped for success by press outlets across Bristol and beyond.
Young Echo, meanwhile, are widely regarded as one of the biggest forces behind Bristol's experimental new sound.
Consisting of eleven artists and producers, the Young Echo crew encompass everything from techno and bass to grime, dub and much more to create expansive sounds and blur the lines of conventional genres.
Afrobeats Fridays need no introduction in Bristol, having worked with some of the city's top DJs and venues over the years to host events and parties like no other, showcasing the very best in Afrobeat, dancehall, soca, afro-house and more.
Events will take place on the grounds surrounding the Trinity Centre, underneath pop-up tents. The venue will be operating table service throughout Garden Sessions events, with food and drinks orders to be made through Love My Local.
Attendees can choose their own table, but will be required to remain seated at all times (unless using the toilet) in line with government public safety guidelines.
For more information, or to purchase tickets for upcoming Garden Sessions events, head to the Trinity Centre website.
Main photo: Trinity's 'DIY Arts Summer Drinks' in August 2020
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