‘We’re so excited to play at the Trinity Bar in Harrow’ – Famous band return for intimate gig

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Trinity are pleased to announce the multimillion selling ‘Scouting For Girls’ who are returning to their grassroots local venue to play an incredibly intimate gig for the first time in over a decade as part of the #GetLoud series in association with the charity Nordoff Robbins.

On their upcoming tour “The Trouble With Boys”, Scouting For Girls are playing big venues such as O2 Academy Birmingham with a capacity of 3,000+, O2 Shepherds Bush Empire and Rock City, Nottingham both with capacities of 2,000 compared to Trinity’s 120.

Trinity is where scouting for girls put on their first shows before they found fame; achieving #1 spots in the album charts, singles charts and headlining festivals, Trinity is delighted to welcome them home on Wednesday 25th September 2019.

“We’re so excited to have the guys from Scouting For Girls returning to Trinity. We’re so proud of what they have achieved, joining a long line of successful acts to come out of Harrow, they’re a fantastic group of lads with great passion and drive, they really do deserve everything that comes their way.” – Chris Perdue, General Manager @ Trinity bar

Trinity is a late licensed music venue and bar in Harrow, which for 27 years has brought a bit of Camden into the suburbs. Scouting for girls are just one of a long line of successful acts to have played their first gigs at trinity, joining the likes of Kate Nash, Bastille, Example and Bombay Bicycle Club.

LOCATION DETAILS: 378-380 Station Road, Harrow, HA1 2DE. Tel: 020 8424 9888

www.trinity-bar.com

SCOUTING FOR GIRLS
During their last tour Scouting For Girls played to more people than they’ve ever played to before. They were celebrating ten years since they first released their 2007 self-titled debut, a record that went on to become triple platinum and birthed the generation-bridging anthems of ‘She’s So Lovely’,  ‘Elvis Ain’t Dead’ and ‘Heartbeat’. 2017’s accompanying ‘Ten Add Ten’ record bundled that now-classic debut with ten new songs, proving that the band’s joy, energy and ability to write an instantly catchy chorus hadn’t gone anywhere.

“We’re so excited to play at the Trinity Bar in Harrow for @nordoffrobbins. It really is where it all started for this band. The work this charity does is truly admirable so join us in supporting them at our #GetLoud this September!” – Scouting For Girls


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