Trinity Centre offering 50% off Garden Sessions series during 24hr flash sale

Trinity Centre offering 50% off Garden Sessions series during 24hr flash sale

Posted on: 27 May 2021

Catch some of Bristol's most exciting contemporary artists at Trinity's pop-up outdoor venue.


The Trinity Centre have launched an exclusive 24-hour flash sale, with half-price tickets available for their full Garden Sessions programme.


Running from 15:00 today (Thursday 27 May) to 15:00 tomorrow, fans can get 50% off a selection of top-notch live performances and DJ sets from the likes of Giant Swan, Batu, Stanlaey and many more.


More information and booking options for 11 events can be found via the Trinity Centre website.



Reopened this month after a successful launch in 2020, the Trinity Centre's Garden Sessions series has seen an array of renowned Bristol-based acts take over a pop-up outdoor stage while the venue itself has been closed due to the ongoing pandemic.


Kicking off with a performance from improvisational multi-instrumentalist Facesoul on Sunday 30 May, the live lineup features experimental rockers My Octopus Mind, multi-talented artist Stanlaey and the ethereal Ishmael Ensemble.


Electronic music fans can take in sets from DJ, producer and label boss Batu alongside fast-rising duo Cando, celebrated Bristol alumni Hodge & Shanti Celeste, hard-hitters Giant Swan and the inimitable Booty Bass crew.


The series will close on Saturday 5 June with Roots, Resistance and Soundsystem, a Desert Island Discs-style panel discussion featuring a selection of Bristol-based DJs and music makers sharing and discussing their favourite rebel tunes.


Food and drinks will be served throughout, with a range of measures in place to ensure the safety of attendees, performers and venue staff.


With several Garden Sessions events already sold out, remaining tickets for the above shows are moving fast. We strongly recommend you make the most of Trinity's 50% Flash Sale before 15:00 tomorrow and book yourself a spot at one of Bristol's most intimate pop-up venues. 


For more information, to browse a full Garden Sessions programme or to book your tickets, head to the Trinity Centre website.


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