Andy Shauf – RESCHEDULED TBC

at Fiddlers

  • Venue:

  • Time:

    20:00
  • Date:

  • Ages:

    14+

We regret that this performance is postponed. However, we are rescheduling this event, date TBC. All existing tickets will be valid for the new date.

Statement from Andy Shauf: “Unfortunately, we are not going to be able to play our fall European concert dates as scheduled, due to continued venue closures and travel restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic. We are working on new dates for 2021, when it’s safe to play again, and tickets will be valid for when those shows occur. Stay safe- Andy”

We are grateful for your patience and support during this time. We look forward to sharing the joy of music with you again soon and will update our website with information, announcements and plans as they develop.

For more information please read our FAQs here.

Canadian songwriter Andy Shauf makes his much-anticipated follow-up to 2016’s breakthrough record The Party.

Growing up in small-town Saskatchewan, Shauf creates tightly-woven narratives through established characters and poignant observations. Gaining fans like Carly Rae Jepsen, Thundercat, Flying Lotus, k.d. lang and Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy who has said he “doesn’t have antecedents or contemporaries,” Shauf has garnered a reputation for earnest songwriting that uses melancholic humour and clever wordplay to produce a truly unique perspective on the world.

Possessing “a keen, emotive ear for complex arrangements and lavish orchestrations,” (NPR), few artists are storytellers as deft and disarmingly observational as Andy Shauf.

With support from Molly Sarlè

Ages 14+ (Under 18’s to be accompanied by an adult).

This is a standing show at Fiddlers, Willway St, Bristol BS3 4BG.

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