Clifton Park was Disneyland
Capturing the energy of their UK-wide family of fans and bringing it all back home, DIY indie juggernaut, Reytons have announced their biggest headline show to date, taking to a 20,000-capacity Clifton Park, Rotherham on Sat 6 July 2024.
The major outdoor, summertime celebration is set to mark everything the self-propelled, main stage favourites have achieved to date whilst still looking forward to the January release of their third album, ‘Ballad Of A Bystander’.
Tickets for the event in the picturesque 18th Century parklands, located in the heart of Rotherham, go on general sale to fans on Fri 6 October 2023 at 10am.
Gain early access by pre-ordering the album Pre-Order here: https://reytons.tmstor.es/
The event is not only officially the biggest outdoor event to have taken place in the town, but the first time an artist has played to an audience in Clifton Park since glam legend, Marc Bolan brought T-Rex to play the bandstand in 1971. In a line drawn from their ‘Kids Off The Estate’ song, the band pleased local fans with reference to the park by singing:
“Nintendos came second hand and Clifton Park was Disneyland.“
Reytons’ latest convention-defying announcement follows last weekend’s glorious sold-out indoor ‘homecoming’ at Sheffield’s 12,500-capacity Utilita Arena, just one highlight of a current UK Tour across which the band has sold more than 40,000 tickets. Whilst fiercely independent, the four-piece’s aspirational, direct songwriting and memory-making live performances have quickly elevated them to their hard-won arena status, completing their remaining run of eleven dates at Hull’s Bonus Arena on Fri 3 November.
After rising to the challenge of reaching the top of the UK Official Album Chartin the New Year with their second album, ‘What’s Rock And Roll?’ the band last week released the first new music from their hotly-anticipated follow-up in the form of new single ‘Let Me Breathe’. Whilst courting the inevitable music industry attention that success brings, Reytons have chosen to release the much-anticipated follow up, and their third album, independently once again. ‘Ballad Of A Bystander’ will be released on Fri 19 January 2024
Whilst celebrating ongoing success in their heartlands around South Yorkshire, Reytons also look ahead to their biggest London show at the 2,300-capacity O2 Forum Kentish Town and hit Manchester’s O2 Victoria Warehouse on their forthcoming dates. All shows as part of their current tour and next year’s outdoor adventure are confirmed as follows
For the few remaining 2023 tour tickets as well as album pre-orders, bundles, fan-only limited editions and all Clifton Park information visit: www.thereytons.com
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