British band Rudimental will visit Australia in May this year for what touring agent Frontier is calling “their biggest tour yet”.
The band has achieved a decent level of success here in Australia, placing in the top ten singles chart five times; ‘Feel The Love’ (with John Newman), ‘Waiting All Night’ (with Ella Eyre), ‘Free’ (with Emeli Sandé), ‘Bloodstream’ and ‘Lay It All On Me’ (both with Ed Sheeran).
They’ve also placed top five with their albums ‘Home’ and ‘We The Generation’ and have a collection of ARIA accreditations to call their own.
The tour will visit Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide when it touches down in early May, with British dance diva Jess Glynne and Australia’s own Thandi Phoenix in support (Ms Glynne will not be making the trip to Adelaide, however).
Frontier members get a pre-sale from Monday February 22, while general public tickets are on sale from noon local time on Wednesday February 24.
May 07 : Brisbane (Riverstage)
May 08 : Sydney (Hordern Pavilion)
May 10 : Melbourne (Margaret Court Arena)
May 11 : Adelaide (AEC Theatre)