The Reytons announce their biggest ever UK tour

The Reytons have revealed their biggest ever UK tour – see the full dates below and find tickets here.

The band made the announcement today (March 27), by sharing a video with former professional boxer John Fury.

The group, from South Yorkshire, consists of Jonny Yerrell, Lee Holland, Joe O’Brien and Jamie Todd. Last year, they announced that they would be playing a huge homecoming show at the Utilita Arena in Sheffield on September 30.

Now the band have added dates across the country, with the tour kicking off at Liverpool’s Olympia on September 23, before heading to cities including Newcastle, Glasgow, Bristol and Cardiff. They finish at the Bonus Arena, Hull on November 3. Tickets will be available starting at 10am on Friday, March 31 here.

In addition to the tour, the Reytons will be playing a number of festivals this summer, including Warrington’s Neighborhood Weekender in May and the Isle of Wight Festival in June.

Last month, it was announced that they would be playing Boardmasters in Newquay, Cornwall on August 12, with other artists including Lorde, Liam Gallagher and Florence + The Machine.

Earlier this year, the band scored their first number one album with ‘What’s Rock And Roll?’, their third independently released album.

Previously, the band had Top 40 success with the 2021 releases ‘May Seriously Harm You And Others Around’, which peaked at number 27, and ‘Kids Off The Estate’, which peaked at number 11.

Prior to the announcement, the band spoke with NME about being on the cusp of a UK number one album as an indie band. According to the group, their success is based solely on the support of “fans, friends, family, and community.”

“The mood just changed when the midweeks dropped and they said we were number one,” Yerrell said. NME before the chart figures are released. “Everyone says, ‘We’ll do it! We will do it! It’s been crazy, honestly. I never knew what to expect, but now that I’m in the moment when it happens, it’s just surreal.”

Reytons UK tour 2023:

23 – Olympia, Liverpool
30 – Utilita Arena, Sheffield

6 – O2 Town Hall, Newcastle
7 – O2 Academy, Glasgow
13 – O2 Forum Kentish Town, London
14 – O2 Victoria Store, Manchester
19 – O2 Academy, Bristol
20 – O2 Academy, Oxford
21 – Guild Hall, Portsmouth
26 – UEA, Norwich
27 – O2 Academy, Birmingham
28 – Great Hall, Cardiff

3 – Bonus Arena, Helmet


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