Rudimental announce UK tour for February 2014 after success of sold out October tour

by Martin


Rudimental are already playing a sold out UK tour in October going from Leeds, Newcastle, Bristol, Bournemouth, Birmingham and then onto London finishing up on the 18th of October. While this tour may be sold out the Hackney quartet are giving fans another chance to see them in February of next year.

Rudimental (Piers Aggett, Amir Amor, Kesi Dryden and Leon Rolle) have had a crazy year already since releasing their debut hit Feel The Love which hit number (1) in the charts.

The dance group from Hackey topped that off with three more singles including Waiting All Night and a platinum selling album in the UK but their success won’t stop there.

Debut album Home could be set to be ‘album of the year’ after sales of the album in the first week were higher of any other debut in 2013 ( so far).


Rudimental have been a hit from the word go with a unique combination of live instruments, soul, garage, reggae, house and drum influences to name a few. Combine all this together and you’ll get some of the best live gigs and festival appearances you’ll ever experience. The collective all rotate on stage – musicians and singers during various points of shows to all live in the moment under that spotlight.

The festival circuit in 2013 has been a busy one for Rudimental after performing at Glastonbury, T in the Park, Latitude, Bestival and V Festival. The group however won’t appear at this years Reading & Leeds Festival which take place this weekend.


In October, the band will finish 2013 with a bang as they hit the road for their sold out UK headline tour of 2013. If you couldn’t get tickets though then fear not as the quartet will be hitting the road again in 2014 with FIVE headline shows across the country.

Rudimental Headline Shows February 2014

14 February  – Brixton O2 Academy
15 February  – Brixton O2 Academy
22 February  Manchester O2 Apollo
24 February  Glasgow O2 Academy
25 February  Wolverhampton Civic Hall

As always buy tickets from official outlets only, don’t be caught out by touts and end up paying over the odds, that’s never fun. So will you be going to see Rudimental? Have you seen them? What was your experience like? Let us know!

Before you go, why not check out this video from the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge where Rudimental perform their smash hit Waiting All Night with Ella Eyre.