Rei Gyaamie, Trinity Live
Trinity Live returns to Hull tonight.

Trinity Live takes over market – and there’s more to come

Trinity Market was rocking last night for the first Trinity Live event at The Old Town’s popular spot.

From the people behind Hull’s huge Humber Street Sesh, Trinity Live is taking place every Thursday night at the market in the run-up to the much-loved annual summer music festival.

The live music was accompanied by the market’s trademark food and drink, with many traders staying open late into the evening for the event.

Trinity Live takes place every Thursday night until Humber Street Sesh in the summer.

Rapper Cameo Brooks, eclectic duo Rei Gyaamie and trip-hop act The Broken Orchestra all christened the Trinity Live stage for a diverse night of music.

Trinity Live will take place every Thursday night at the market, acting as an appetiser before the big one, Humber Street Sesh, in August.

Anthony Yates, head of visitor destination at Visit Hull and East Yorkshire, said: “It was great to replicate the buzz we see every day in the market, but in the evening. Hundreds of people came through the doors and we had lots of traders supporting the night with their fantastic food and drink. The musicians were all awesome and I can’t wait for next week already.”

Many of the market’s traders stayed open for the event.

36 bands are lined up to grace the Trinity Live stage over the next 12 weeks.

Street food traders are also offering special deals for families for the events.

For more information about Trinity Live, follow Trinity Market on Twitter and Facebook.

This Butoh Workshop, taught by members of Okarukas Dance Theatre, will explore the main elements of Butoh.
A Lego Assembly Challenge in Hull could have families losing their heads. Picture: Carson Arias