Legendary music venue - Come and be part of the legend and host your artists in one of the most iconic spaces and prominent venues in the South West
"With the Gorillaz playing a similar show last year, the Trinity would appear to be becoming the choice for bands that would otherwise be too big to play a city that still doesn't have an arena" - Duran Duran rehearsal gig review, Bristol Evening Post, 2011
"Some of the best gigs I've ever been to in Bristol have been at the Trinity and I would love that to continue. Great bands come and the performances can be really intimate. From local balkan folk music to Andrew Bird...wonderful" Amy, gig-goer, 2012
The Trinity Centre has hosted major musical events since 1976 and is recognised as the birthplace of 'the Bristol Sound'. Originally covenanted to the African-Caribbean Community Enterprise Group, the Trinity Centre has since been a multicultural community venue with a strong music presence, hosting cutting-edge shows - from local legends Massive Attack to international artists Public Enemy.
As many of Britain's key music venues are being swallowed up by large organisations, the Trinity Centre is one of the few remaining 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.
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Whether you're looking to host a gig, community event, wedding, conference, meeting or workshop, Trinity is the ideal venue - modern facilities in an historic setting, located in the heart of Bristol
Live Music 1976-Present
The Trinity Centre - Bristol's Legendary Music Venue
• Alabama 3 • The Ambling Band • Andrew Bird • Angelic Upstarts • Anna Calvi • Antony & the Johnsons • The Automatic • Babyhead • Battles • The Beat • Bellowhead • Bill Callahan • Black Mountain • Blood Red Shoes • The Buzzcocks • Carpet Crawlers • Chemical Brothers • Courtney Pine • The Cramps • CW Stoneking • DIY • Dr John • Dreadzone • Dub Mafia • Duran Duran • Easy Star All Stars • Echo & the Bunnymen • Ed Harcourt • Eddie Reader • Emiliana Torrini • The Fall • Feist • Fionn Regan • Gil Scott Heron • Glasvegas • The Glitzy Bag Hags • The Good, the Bad, the Queen • Graham Coxon • Guillemots • Hard Fi • The Horrors • Hot Wuk • Hugh Masekela • Irration Steppas • The Jesus & Mary Chain • Jon Spencer Blues Explosion • Josh Ritter • Joyce Simms • Joy Division • Kid Carpet • The Kills • King Tubby • Kosheen • Laura Marling • Lianne La Havas • Low • Lower Than Atlantis • Luke Vibert • Lykke Li • M83 • Maccabees • Massive Attack • Meet Your Feet • Metronomy • Noah & the Whale • Nouvelle Vague • Okkervil River • The Orb • Pains of Being Pure at Heart • Patrick Wolf • The Pharcyde • Pigeon Detectives • Pop Will Eat Itself • Portishead • The Proclaimers • Prodigy • Public Enemy • Pulled Apart by Horses • Red Snapper • Regina Spektor • Roni Size • Salif Keta • The Scrub • Seth Lakeman • Sheelanagig • Skatalites • Skunk Anansie • Smith & Mighty • The Stingrays • Travis • Trembling Bells • Tribe of Frog • Turbowolf • U2 • Vexkiddy • Vid Warren • Villagers • Walkmen • The Willard Grant Conspiracy • Willy Mason • The Zen Hussies • Zion Train • Zun Zun Egui •