Toronto-based duo set to perform inside The Tunnels

PUBLISHED: 19:00 15 October 2017

Harrow Fair.

Harrow Fair.


A Toronto-based duo will be returning to the UK and their nationwide tour will include a stop in Bristol.

Harrow Fair will be performing in The Tunnels as part of their upcoming tour.

Harrow Fair is made up of Miranda Mulholland and Andrew Penner.

The pair mix together stomping songs reminiscent of early rock ‘n’ roll with gritty ballads which come with a sweet and haunting sound.

The duo released their first full-length album, Call To Arms, in 2016 and have just had a busy summer performing at festivals across the globe.

Now they are set to perform an enchanting and lively set inside The Tunnels in Lower Station Approach, Bristol, on November 7.

Doors will open at 7.30pm.

Tickets to see Harrow Fair, priced £12, are available online via

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