See Rudimental live around the UK in support of We The Generation during February and March 2016. Catch the group in the likes of London, Manchester and Leeds.
Rudimental 2016 UK tour
Updated: 13 October 2015
Back for more, Rudimental will tour the UK during spring 2016 in support of their second album, We The Generation.
Hitting up venues around the country, Rudimental’s tour will start on 26 February at O2 Academy Glasgow and will come to a close at Manchester’s O2 Apollo on 7 March.
3 March will see the four-piece play a massive homecoming concert at London’s The O2 arena, before the tour continues to Nottingham’s Rock City, Plymouth Pavilions and O2 Academy Birmingham. Liverpool, Newcastle and Leeds will also be treated to concerts by the troupe during February and March 2016.
We The Generation, their second album, saw the drum and bass heavyweights team up with some of the biggest names in music, including their old friend Ed Sheeran and Dizzee Rascal. The collection follows their 2013 debut release, Home.
Producing numerous hits – with the likes of Ella Eyre, John Newman and Ed Sheeran – Rudimental are one of the biggest dance acts around today. The four-piece have already topped the UK Charts, curated their own festival (2015’s Wild Life) and bagged a number of awards.
If you fancy catching them in the likes of London, Leeds, Nottingham or Newcastle and want seated or standing tickets, just check below for available Rudimental tickets for their 2016 tour of the UK.
Signed to Asylum Records and hailing from London’s fashionable East-End, Rudimental are made up of Piers Agget, Kesi Dryden, Amir Amor (Amir Izadkhah) and DJ Locksmith (Leon Rolle).
From the get go, Rudimental showed they were musicians and producers who meant business. They released Feel The Love featuring John Newman and Waiting All Night featuring Ella Eyre, which both charted at No.1. Both singles featured on Rudimental’s UK chart-topping debut album, Home.
The band members have achieved success as a group but also as producers and remixers working with Ed Sheeran, Labrinth and Wretch 32, amongst other pop luminaries.
Their second collection, We The Generation, continued the drum and bass group’s success. Their album rocketed straight to the top of the UK charts, which earned the band their second No.1 in the UK.