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Rudimental UK Tour


Rudimental have announced a 10-date UK tour for October 2018, including a second show at London’s Alexandra Palace.

The tour announcement follows the highly anticipated release of their platinum selling UK No.1 single ‘These Days’, which dropped in January featuring Macklemore, Jess Glynne and Dan Caplen. The BRIT-Award winning collective will now prepare to hit the road on their first tour in two years, heading to Glasgow, Nottingham, Leeds, Newcastle, Sheffield, Birmingham, Manchester and Bournemouth before concluding with two huge London shows at the prestigious Alexandra Palace.

Rudimental made their big return to the music scene last summer with their Gold-selling single ‘Sun Comes Up’ featuring James Arthur. The single has since gone platinum in the UK alone and spent an incredible eight weeks in the Top 10 Official Chart as well as clocked up an impressive 80 million global streams. Their latest hit ‘These Days’ has already sold more than 675,000 copies and spent over 13 weeks on the chart.

The four-piece group has sold over 4.3 million singles in the UK. They released their double-platinum selling debut album ‘Home’ in 2013, which has since sold more than one million units worldwide as well as earned them a Mercury Prize nomination. Their second UK No.1 studio album ‘WE THE GENERATION’ released in 2015 and featured Ed Sheeran collaboration ‘Lay It All On Me’, which has sold over 1.7 million global copies.

Here’s where you can see Rudimental live on tour in the UK in October:

Glasgow O2 Academy, 16 Oct
Nottingham Rock City, 17
Leeds O2 Academy, 18
Newcastle O2 Academy, 19
Sheffield O2 Academy, 20
Birmingham O2 Academy, 22
Manchester O2 Apollo, 23
Bournemouth O2 Academy, 24
London Alexandra Palace, 26
London Alexandra Palace, 27 (Sold out)

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