Trinity Summer Series 2019
Posted on: 28 June 2019
The third Trinity Summer Series, organised in partnership between MCD and Trinity’s Commercial Revenue Unit (CRU), will take place next week. This year’s line-up features Vampire Weekend, Foals, Janelle Monae, Paul Weller, Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott, Stereophonics and New Order.
Hosted in Trinity’s College Park, the seven concerts will run from Monday 1 July to Sunday 7 July inclusive.
The following information on the arrangements for the Trinity Summer Series is issued for your guidance:
From 6am on Friday 28 June until 6am Tuesday 9 July there will be no pedestrian access in the following areas:
- Nassau Street Car Park,
- From the Ussher Podium into Nassau Street Car Park,
- From the pedestrian gate into Nassau Street Car Park,
- From the East side of College at the back of the Ussher Library (where the Broadwalk links the Nassau Street Car Park
On concert days, Monday 1 July to Sunday 7 July, from 5.30pm there will be no pedestrian access in the following areas:
- East side of College at the back of the Ussher Library (where the Broadwalk links the Nassau Street Car Park)
- From the Podium of the Berkeley Library to the Broadwalk
- From the Rose Garden to the Broadwalk
- At the laneway to Áras an Phiarsaigh at The Printing House, House 33
- The Broadwalk will be closed
Pedestrian access to the East end of College will be via The Narrows Gates. Nassau Street and Front Gate entrances will be accessed and egressed as normal throughout the concert period.
Admission to the concerts is for ticket holders only and they will access the concert on foot via the Lincoln Place and Science Gallery entrances.
Residents will be admitted as normal on presentation of valid identification – Student Card and Residents Key Card.
Anyone using the Sports Centre facilities should access via the Science Gallery Gate and will be admitted on presentation of valid identification – Student/Staff Card or Membership ID.
Lincoln Place Gate will close to vehicular access from 6pm on concert days (Monday 1 July to Sunday 7 July). Alternative access will be via Pearse Street Gate from 4pm to midnight. Deliveries to the rear of the Arts Building will be facilitated by appointment and emergency services access will be maintained at all times along Nassau Street Car Park.
Nassau Street Car Park, including the spaces at the side of the Moyne Institute and Parsons Building, will be closed from midnight on Thursday 27 June until 6am on Tuesday 9 July. On concert days, Monday 1 July to Sunday 7 July, from 5.30pm there will be no parking at the side of the Pavilion or on the access route to/from Lincoln Gate to ensure there is Emergency Services access.
OFF CAMPUS PARKING FACILITIES
To compensate for the loss of parking spaces on Campus sixty (60) spaces have been reserved for Trinity College permit holders in the Parkrite Public Car Park on Fleet Street. University permit holders may avail of these spaces ‘free of charge’ between 6am Friday 28 June and 6am Tuesday 9 July. These parking facilities are available on a 24-hour basis throughout the period and are being funded by MCD.
Access to College buildings in East end of Campus will be via key and swipe access only from 6pm on concert days (Monday 1 July – Sunday 7 July). All other University buildings on Campus (and all other University sites) will operate as normal.
Thank you for your co-operation.
If you have any questions relating to the concert series, please direct them to