The Reytons on course to sell out their biggest headline tour


The Uninivited Tour

The Reytons have quickly risen from hometown heroes in South Yorkshire to one of the hottest new indie-rock bands in the UK. A word of mouth sensation, they continue to hit the country with sold out show after sold out show, and with an almost football-like tribalism amongst their fanbase the live shows are quickly becoming legend.

The Reytons built on their Top 40 charting EP in February 2021 by smashing an 11th place finish with their debut album ‘Kids Off The Estate’ in November 2021.

Frequent support has been received from the likes of BBC Radio 1 who have championed The Reytons with spot plays on Future Artists & The Indie Show (Jack Saunders), Future Sounds (Annie Mac), plus Radio X (John Kennedy) and more.

Recently dubbed as ‘a colossal live force’ by Clash, The Reytons are already infamous for their raucous live shows. After selling out every single show on their 2021 album tour, The Reytons went on to sell out Rotherham’s prestigious 4,500 capacity Magna in only 10 hours, before taking their trademarked live carnage the length of the UK, playing to thousands in Spring 2022.

After a summer of huge support slots and festival shows, including two massive slots with Gerry Cinnamon, The Reytons hit the academies, taking on huge rooms in each major UK city, with limited tickets available and many venues already sold out, this is one tour not to be missed.


  • 5-Nov-22 – Stoke Keele SU
  • 11-Nov-22 – Nottingham Rock City
  • 12-Nov-22 – Norwich Waterfront
  • 18-Nov-22 – Coventry Kasbah
  • 19-Nov-22 – Cardiff Tramshed
  • 24-Nov-22 – Glasgow Barrowlands
  • 25-Nov-22 Middlesbrough Empire
  • 26-Nov-22 – Leeds O2 Academy
  • 1-Dec-22 – Liverpool O2 Academy
  • 2-Dec-22 – Manchester O2 Ritz
  • 3-Dec-22 – Newcastle NX
  • 9-Dec-22 – Brighton Chalk
  • 10-Dec-22 London Electric Ballroom

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