Brit nominated super-group Rudimental will be taking to the stage at Medway’s Rochester Castle Concerts this summer.
With two number one albums and three number one singles already under their belts, Rudimental have sold more than 20 million singles and over two million albums.
The genre-defying four piece group from East London will be performing a DJ set with brass and vocals in the historic grounds of Rochester Castle on Wednesday, 10 July 2019.
The castle is a unique venue in the heart of Rochester and popular with fans for its intimate atmosphere which allows concert goers to get close to the music and dance the night away under the stars.
Having already released two huge singles last year from their new album – the smash hit UK number one These Days and Let Me Live – Rudimental’s third album Toast To Our Differences is an eclectic mix of upbeat party anthems and boasts an extraordinary list of collaborators.
It is no surprise that Rudimental were nominated for British single and British video at this year’s Brit Awards. These Days, which featured Jess Glynne, Macklemore and Dan Caplen, was the biggest-selling record of 2018 in the UK, amassing 800 million global streams and going Double-Platinum in the UK. Let Me Live, which was produced with Major Lazer, featuring Anne Marie and Mr. Eazi, clocked up more than 74 million streams.
With much of last summer spent on tour, as well as overseeing a coveted weekly residency at Ibiza Rocks, the group worked hard on putting the final touches to an album which joins the dots between their remarkable, hit-making pedigree and ability to discover and nurture exciting new talent.
Cllr Howard Doe, Medway Council’s Portfolio Holder for Community Services, said: “It’s really great that yet another international act has signed to perform in Medway this year. We’re delighted to be welcoming such an acclaimed group to Rochester Castle Concerts this summer and have them join the exciting line-up. Rudimental have had two number one albums and have sold more than 20 million singles. I’d encourage residents and visitors to book their tickets quick to avoid disappointment.”
Tickets go on sale on Monday, 4 March 2019, at 10am and cost £48.50 per person with no booking fees. Book early to avoid disappointment.
Tickets can be bought online at www.thecastleconcerts.co.uk, by calling the Box Office on 01634 338 338 or you can book in person by visiting The Brook and Central Theatres in Chatham or at the Visitor Information Centre in Rochester High Street.
Rochester is easy to get to with its own train station and high-speed line getting visitors to and from central London in less than 40 minutes. It is also close to major motorways, such as the M25, and there are a number of public car parks across the town centre.
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