Sep 14, 2021
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Trinity Nightclub is bringing the heat with a revamped Saturday night

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Seattle’s nightclubs continue to provide music and balance public health concerns all summer. Trinity Nightclub, a local fixture, has revamped its Saturday night and added more in the fall months.

After a prolonged shutdown caused by the pandemic, Trinity resumed normal operations on July 2. The club has instituted new rules in the weeks that followed the pandemic, requiring all patrons to show proof of vaccination or have a negative COVID test within 72 hours.

Dance Music Northwest stated that they are taking COVID precautions very seriously. All patrons must wear masks per the ongoing state mandate.

Already, Trinity has seen top-drawers like Jessica Audifred and Doctor P grace the decks. Bonnie X Clyde will be next on Sept. 23.

Massive Fridays will feature all the top-40 remixes and high-energy music, with DJs Guy and Moobek keeping it down.

All this leads to Trinity’s staple, Reload Saturday. Reload Saturday is hosted by rising OverRun and a rotating lineup of guest DJs in its main room. Reload’s longest-running EDM/mashup event in Seattle is known for its legendary mainstage festival vibes. The Blue Room format has been updated to include a whole night of techno and deep house music from DJ Fame Sounds.

To take advantage of the priority queues and shorter entry times, you can purchase presale tickets to all Trinity’s nights via their website. Tickets for general admission are also available at entry.

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