Over 80 live music shows in Hull city centre as Hull Trinity Festival Rebooted returns

Paul Lacken - Manager of Hull Cheese and The Dram Shop
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Hull Trinity Festival Rebooted is back with a bang for its first summer show of the year - with 80 music acts to play across the city centre.

From 2012 to 2017, the original Trinity Festival gave local acts the chance to play supporting slots for big-name headliners in a string of free outdoor gigs. The event was rebooted recently, taking it back to its roots with different bars and pubs in the city centre all part of the live music scene.

The music from Hull Trinity Festival Rebooted will last six hours into the late night and will be spread across 16 bars in Hull City Centre. The event will be held on Saturday, July 20 from 3pm on to 9pm.

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The pubs and bars featured in the latest festival will be:

  • Service Station

  • The Sailmakers Arms

  • Telstar 2

  • Scale and Feather

  • Ye Olde Black Boy

  • Vintage

  • Crown & Cushion

  • Savile Row Bar

  • Monroe's

  • Hull Cheese

  • The Dram Shop

  • Cherrys

  • Unit 49

  • Humber Dock bar

  • Drum & Cymbals

  • The White Hart

The previous festival, which was held back in March, was launched just in time for the opening of Drum & Cymbals. The Drum & Cymbals pays homage to some local pub history - named after the original pub standing at the corner of Osbourne Street and Great Union Street from 1848 to 1956. It's now at the Corner of Whitefriargate and owned by brothers Robert and Anthony Jackson, who also own other Old Town pubs.

The full line up can be found on Hull Trinity Festival's social media account here.