Live music – local and regional acts playing at various venues around Hull city centre:
Trinity Festival Rebooted harks back to the early days of Hull Trinity Festival, which HullBID established in 2012 and saw a selection of bars in the Old Town host live music during the last weekend in July.
Celebrating the best in local and regional talent, the festival concluded with a large scale event in 2017 as part of the City of Culture programming.
This year, we are going back to its original roots, with various bars throughout Hull city centre the venues for an array of live music ranging from solo acoustic to full bands, over the last weekends of September, November, January and March. You’re welcome to stay in one venue or move around and sample the delights of all of them, and there’s no entry charge so indulge in a drink or two!
Venues taking part:
The Dram Shop
Humber Dock Bar
Scale and Feather
Crown & Cushion
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