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Trinity Nightclub latest Seattle venue to set date for post-pandemic reopening

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With Washington state set to fully reopen on June 30, Seattle’s Trinity Nightclub has officially set a date to resume normal operations.

The Pioneer Square club will reopen its doors on Friday, July 2 for the first iteration of the venue’s weekly “Massive Fridays” event in over a year. Trinity’s “Reload Saturday” will resume the following night, with a trio of other events hosted by the White Rabbit Group on the calendar for late-July/early-August.

That will include Doctor P, supported by Subchvrge, Mortals, and EXZY on Thursday, July 22, Hi I’m Ghost alongside Akoma, WVB, and Majora on Thursday, July 29, and Jessica Audiffred with Keano, Kiba, and Wubmama on Thursday, August 5.

Tickets for the first Massive Friday, Reload Saturday, and all three White Rabbit events are all on sale through Trinity’s website now.

This marks the second reopening of a major Seattle club, following Vue Lounge’s resuming operations in late April. Because COVID-19 restrictions are still in place statewide, Vue has been operating in a limited fashion with reduced capacity for the time being.

It’s unclear at this time what — if any — restrictions will remain in place for music venues after the state’s scheduled June 30 reopening.

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