The Trinity Centre has hosted major musical events for over two decades and is recognised as the birthplace of 'the Bristol Sound'.
Originally covenanted to the African-Caribbean Community Association in the late 1970s, the Trinity Centre has for three decades been a multicultural community venue with a strong music, hosting cutting-edge shows.
As many of Britain's key music venues are being swallowed up by large organisations, the Trinity Centre remains one of the last independent music venues in the UK, programming a calendar of music that is both affordable and relevant to the local and wider communities of Bristol.
Sofa Sounds Bristol
Sofa Sound Bristol took over The Trinity Centre with their first event on home soil. Yes, yes, Sofa Sounds are mega proud to bring you an event on home soil in the venue where DLR got married. DLR invited a crew that are mega close to him, he admires their music and what they represent, plus they got to rinse out on one the best soundsystems in the World!
1985 Music At Trinity
Bristol Drum & Bass Events were delighted to welcome back 1985 Music to Bristol. 1985 Music is a platform for forward thinking electronic music basing it's roots in 170 / 85 BPM set up by Alix Perez. Main Room. ? Alix Perez https://soundcloud.com/alixperez ? SpectraSoul https://soundcloud.com/spectrasoul ? Monty https://soundcloud.com/montydnb1 ? Special Guest Skeptical https://soundcloud.com/skeptical Hosted by SP:MC / MC Fox
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