A host of fantastic act's are performing at the Trinity Summer Series 2020. Updated with rescheduled dates for the summer of 2021.
Once again Dublin prepares itself for another Summer soiree with the Trinity Summer Series returning in 2022 with an incredible line-up featuring The Specials, Keane, Haim, Crowded House, Michael Kiwanuka & Beck. Check out the details of the full updated line up below.
Trinity Summer Series 2021 Rescheduled Dates:
- Michael Kiwanuka has been rescheduled to 27 June 2022.
- Haim has been rescheduled to 28 June 2022.
- Crowded House has been rescheduled to 29 June 2022.
- Keane has been rescheduled to 30 June 2022.
- The Specials has been rescheduled to 02 July 2022
- Beck has been rescheduled to 03 July 2022.
RESCHEDULDE TO 02 JULY 2022
After a three sold out shows in the Olympia theatre, The Specials return with a headline show at the Summer Series in Trinity College on Saturday 4 July 2020 [RESCHEDULDED TO 02 JULY 2022]. The Specials are back with ten songs on a brand new album “Encore”. It is their first studio album of original songs since 1998’s Guilty ’til Proved Innocent!, and their first new material with vocalist Terry Hall since 1981’s “Ghost Town” single. Influential, important and exhilarating live, they are an eclectic ensemble that combine an electric mixture of ska, punk & reggae. Seven hit singles including two number ones, two hit albums and a string of sell-out tours. They’ve been everywhere; on Top of the Pops, Radio One, nightclubs, school discos and now they’re ready to take on Trinity college.
RESCHEDULED TO 30 JUNE 2022
Following their sold out show at the Olympia Theatre this past October, Keane have announced an outdoor performance at The Summer Series at Trinity College on Thursday 2 July 2020 [RESCHEDULED TO 30 JUNE 2022]. Cause and Effect’, the brand new album from Keane features 11 new songs recorded in London and Sussex. It is Keane’s 5th studio album. Their 4 previous albums have all entered the UK charts at number 1 and accumulated sales of over 13m worldwide and 2.6 billion streams.
RESCHEDULED TO 28 JUNE 2022
HAIM have announced their hugely anticipated return to Ireland with an open-air performance at The Summer Series at Trinity College, Dublin on Tuesday 30 June 2020 [RESCHEDULED TO 28 JUNE 2022]. Since making their debut with 2013’s widely praised Days Are Gone, HAIM have embodied a defiant abandon when it comes to their music. On the strength of their sophisticated musicality and kaleidoscopic sensibilities, the Southern California-bred sister trio have collaborated with artists as eclectic as Stevie Nicks and Calvin Harris and Dirty Projectors, toured with Taylor Swift and Rihanna, and artfully embedded their songs with elements of everything from folk to hip-hop to power-pop. Now at work on their third album, HAIM are bringing even greater boldness and urgency to their artistry, ultimately turning out some of their most revealing and sonically adventurous material yet.
RESCHEDULED TO 29 JUNE 2022
Crowded House have announced their hugely anticipated return to Ireland with an open air performance at The Summer Series at Trinity College, Dublin on Wednesday 1 July 2020 [RESCHEDULED TO 29 JUNE 2022] .Formed in Melbourne Australia in 1985 out the ashes of New Zealand’s Split Enz by Neil, Paul Hester and Nick Seymour, their eponymous self-titled debut album on Capitol Records went on to global success with the hits Don’t Dream It’s Over and Something So Strong. Those songs and many that followed are still resonating with audiences today, the former in particular being one of the most covered songs of the last 20 years. In 2005 following the tragic death of Paul Hester, Neil and Nick felt emotionally compelled to bring Crowded House back, to put some more good history, as they described it, into the story of the band. Following Neil’s surprise star turn and a very successful world tour with Fleetwood Mac, Neil and Nick have been energized and inspired to begin a new chapter in the Crowded House story.
POSTPONED, NEW DATE TBA SOON.
Michael Kiwanuka has announced his Irish return with an outdoor performance at The Summer Series at Trinity College Dublin on 29 June 2020 [POSTPONED, NEW DATE TBA SOON]. Brittany Howard will join Michael as very special guest. Kiwanuka” solidifies one of British music’s more remarkable career progressions. The man behind it has put his immense natural gifts to work in an album that wields difficult subjects – black identity, violence, self-doubt – with a light touch and a dramatist’s sense of mood, space and atmosphere. “The things that end up being enjoyed are often things you want to hide,” he says, quietly. “But obviously that’s the stuff that makes us connect.” Telling people who you are – truly, unabashedly showing yourself – has never sounded more thrilling.
RESCHEDULED TO 03 JULY 2022
Seven-time GRAMMY winner Beck has today announced his highly anticipated return to Ireland with an outdoor performance at The Summer Series at Trinity College Dublin on 5th July 2020 [RESCHEDULED TO 03 JULY 2022]. Away from the live arena, Beck remains as creatively restless as ever, a master of reinvention going through yet another career peak in the studio. As the title of his critically acclaimed new 14th album Hyperspace implies, Beck has travelled light-years from his emergence as a reluctant generational spokesperson. In the decades since, Beck’s singular career has seen him utilize all manners and eras of music, blurring boundaries and blazing a path into the future while simultaneously foraging through the past.
Listen now to our Trinity Summer Series 2022 playlist featuring the amazing acts in the line-up!