Friday June 26th
Arches 31 & 32, Bristol & Exeter Mews, Lower Station Approach Road, Temple Meads.Bristol.
Wednesday 27th May
From his teenage years in the ground-breaking Green on Red, to his current status as a cornerstone of American music, Chuck Prophet has loved and lived rock and roll music like few others. His solo career has consisted of making a series of brilliant records, with each one managing to be better than the one before. His last release Temple Beautiful, was a homage to his adopted home town of San Francisco, and earned accolades such as "Not since Lou Reed paid homage to the city and era that forged him with New York has there been a song cycle dedicated to a place and reality that offers the core immediacy with the thump, churn and ferocity of Chuck Prophet’s Temple Beautiful" (Paste). He's got a new record out soon which promises all this and more. Chuck Prophet loves Bristol (it's a real guitar town he says) and Bristol loves him, and it's a pleasure to welcome him back.
Doors Open 7.30pm | £17.50
Friday 29th May
Formed more than 27 years ago, On The Edge started life as a group of rugby- playing mates who also loved music. Since then, the band has seen several changes of personnel, but has played all over Europe and the UK, with a mix of classic Motown and rock. They remain the ultimate good-time party band.
Doors 7.30pm | £6.00
Saturday 30th May
The venue has been booked for a private function. To book the tunnels for your party, function, or business event. Call 0117 929 0108 to speak to one of the events team, or email email@example.com
7.30pm | £0.00
Tuesday 02nd June
“Grew up in Maine. Lives in Texas. Writes songs. Travels around. Tries to be good.” Just like his songs, it speaks volumes with a few well-chosen words but everyone knows that there's a lot more to Slaid Cleaves than that. His modesty disguises an incredible songwriting talent, which mixes joy and despair, love and loss in equal measures. Songs such as Broke Down and Breakfast in Hell have become modern American classics and his intense, emotionally charged and frequently funny live shows are legendary. Slaid Cleaves is one of the great contemporary American singer songwriters, and it's a pleasure to be able to welcome him back.
Doors Open 7.30pm | £14.00
Thursday 04th June
The term "Americana" is used to describe a wide range of bands these days but I can't think of a band that it fits better than The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band. The Rev. J. Peyton, his wife Breezy and drummer Ben Bussell are a living breathing embodiment of the traditions and hard work ethic native to their Brown County, Indiana home. These three are the real deal. There are no hipster affectations, just real from the heart music, handmade in the Southern Indiana hills, and they are 100% genuine. Their new album Between The Ditches is a chronicle of this lifestyle. "Burn up some backroads, drive up to the storeThey just don't make 'em like this anymore"ore"
Doors Open 7.30p.m. | £10.00
Friday 05th June
Hells Bells are an accomplished AC/DC Tribute Band who have performed all over the UK as well as Holland, Germany and Ireland.
Doors Open 7.30pm. | £10.00
Saturday 06th June
Now in its 3rd year at The Tunnels - Dogs and Demons invite you to the amazing WRECKING BALL III. The Wrecking Ball is a Charity Music Event presented by Local Rock Band ‘Dogs and Demons’ to raise funds for the South West Male Cancer Charity ‘It’s in the Bag’. This event has raised just short of £4,000 in two years for local Bristol based charity ‘Its’ In The Bag’ and this year we hope once again to raise significant finds and awareness, whilst also having a great time. Hosted by Downsy from 106.5 SAM fm’s ‘That Morning Thing’, the Wrecking Ball III will bring you two of Bristol’s most popular covers bands – Dogs and Demons & Freeze; who will be blasting out covers from popular rock, pop and indie bands from past to present. The night will also host a raffle with some must win prizes....past prizes include Hotel and Spa Experiences, Bungee Jumps, Concert Tickets, Theatre Tickets and Beer Hampers to mention but a few. If you’ve not been to The Wrecking Ball before, this is a date not to be missed. Remember, every penny raised goes to a great cause, yet you’re guaranteed an amazing night out. So gather your friends, get down to the Tunnels and enjoy the music KEEP CALM AND CHECK YOUR BALLS for a night of rock, indie and pop at the Tunnels, Bristol - Saturday 6th June 2015 - Doors Open 7.30p.m. £7.00 per ticket (subject to booking fee)
Doors Open 7.30p.m. | £7.00
Friday 12th June
BRISTOL BASED 14 PIECE FUNK, SOUL, DISCO, ROCK AND BLUES BAND BRING DOWN THE HOUSE are not just any covers band. We use our own arrangements, offering an original twist on popular songs which are guaranteed to get everyone on the dance floor. The energy and enthusiasm of the whole band is truly contagious
Doors Open 7.30pm | £8.00