This weekend: Trinity Centre launch outdoor Garden Sessions series

This weekend: Trinity Centre launch outdoor Garden Sessions series

Posted on: 16 Oct 2020

Get your hands on one of few remaining tables for this weekend's opening sets.


The Trinity Centre are ready to launch their brand-new Garden Sessions series, set to welcome some of Bristol's brightest musical talent to a new pop-up stage on the grounds of the iconic BS2 venue.


Kicking off tonight (Friday 16 October) with a sold-out performance from acclaimed jazz trio Waldo's Gift, the series will also be hosting Livity Sound signees Hodge & Danielle across two Saturday afternoon slots, as well as Dubkasm & Ashanti Selah on Sunday.


Tickets for the afternoon set on Saturday and both sessions on Sunday are still available in limited numbers - act fast and get yours here to avoid disappointment.



Following on from tonight's opening performance from Waldo's Gift, Hodge & Danielle will take the reigns tomorrow for two back-to-back sets, one during the afternoon (13:30-16:30) and another in the evening (18:00-21:00).


The evening session has sold out, but at the time of writing there are still tickets remaining for the afternoon slot.


From there, the Dubkasm duo and forward-thinking producer Ashanti Selah will take over for a day of reggae and dub, with tables available for both the afternoon (13:30-16:30) and evening (18:00-21:00) sessions.


Each of this weekend's opening Garden Sessions performances will be powered by Trinity's custom-built Sinai Soundsystem.



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.


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