The Olympia Theatre
Sunday 20th January 2019
**Tickets on sale Friday 5th October 2018 at 9am**
Rudimental have announced extensive 2019 ‘Toast To OurDifferences’ European tour. Kicking off in Dublin on January 20th 2019, the band’s European run will take in dates across The Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Denmark and France. The tour comes fresh off the back of their upcoming UK headline tour in October, which concludes with a sold-out Alexandra Palace show in London on October 27th.
Tickets priced from €38.05 including booking fee & €1 restoration levy are on sale Friday 5th October at 9am via Ticketmaster.ie, usual Ticketmaster outlets nationwide (list here) including The Olympia Theatre Box Office, and by calling Ticketmaster at The Olympia Phone Bookings on 0818 719 330.
The fees for this event include a €1.00 restoration levy. The restoration levy will allow The Olympia Theatre to invest in maintaining and enhancing the theatre to ensure that it continues to consistently deliver the highest quality experience for theatre goers, actors, performers & producers.
Under 14's must be accompanied by an adult. Over 18's ID required to gain access to the bars where alcohol is served.
Doors open 7pm. Approximate stage times will be posted here once we receive them from production.
Having already debuted two huge singles this year from their forthcoming new album – the smash hit UK #1 ‘These Days’ ft. Jess Glyne, Macklemore & Dan Caplen, currently the biggest-selling record of 2018 in the UK, and ‘Let Me Live’ (prod. with Major Lazer) ft. Anne Marie and Mr. Eazi – Rudimental have now announced the full tracklist and esteemed list of collaborators on ‘Toast To Our Differences’.
With much of their summer spent on tour, as well as overseeing a coveted weekly residency at Ibiza Rocks that saw special guests like Anne-Marie, J Hus, Not3s, David Rodigan & more join them on the island, the band have also been working hard on putting final touches to an album that thoughtfully joins the dots between their remarkable, hit-making pedigree and ability to discover and nurture exciting new talent via their Major Toms label hub. A space for artists to grow and develop, Major Toms has provided the launchpad for debut signing Anne-Marie to become one of the UK’s biggest stars – her critically-acclaimed debut album, ‘Speak Your Mind’, entered the UK Album Charts at #3 on release back in April and is now officially the biggest selling debut of 2018 – and more new signings are to be announced in the coming months.
Written as an emphatic celebration of difference and a coming together of cultures, styles and sounds, ‘Toast To Our Differences’ is the product of the band’s past three years of work and boasts an extraordinary list of collaborators that can now be revealed in full. Tom Walker turns in a stunning vocal on catchy, wholesome ballad, ‘Walk Alone’, emerging vocalists like Maleek Berry and RAYE come together on the sparkling ‘1x1’ and rising singer-songwriter Dan Caplen shines on #1 smash, ‘These Days’, alongside Jess Glynne and Macklemore. Latest album single ‘Let Me Live’ also features vocals from Ladysmith Black Mambazo, an incomparable x5 time Grammy-winning South African male choral group, and hotly-tipped soul singer, Yebba, who has been heavily co-signed by global stars like Ed Sheeran and Sam Smith.
Tour de force rapper Stefflon Don makes waves on the powerful ‘Scared Of Love’, Rita Ora excels on the sleek, shimmering ‘Summer Love’ and enigmatic rapper Kojey Radical and Kabaka Pyramid spar on ‘No Pain’, further showcasing the breadth and diversity of talent Rudimental showcase right across ‘Toast To Our Differences’. Further features on the album include (in alphabetical order); Chronixx, Eli Ingram, Hak Baker, Maverick Sabre, Olivia Dean, Protoje, Shungudzo, Kevin Garrett, & Raphaella.
Please see below for full album tracklisting.
Rudimental – ‘Toast To Our Differences’
1. Toast To Our Differences (feat. Protoje, Hak Baker & Shungudzo)2. Let Me Live (feat. Anne Marie & Mr Eazi) [Rudimental x Major Lazer]3. Dark Clouds (feat. Jess Glynne & Chronixx)
4. Walk Alone (feat. Tom Walker)
5. Thula Ungakhlai (feat. Ladysmith Black Mambazo)
6. These Days (feat. Jess Glynne, Macklemore & Dan Caplen)
7. Sun Comes Up (feat. James Arthur)
8. 1by1 (feat. Raye & Maleek Berry)
9. Last Time (feat. Raphaella)
10. No Pain (feat. Maverick Sabre, Kojey Radical & Kabaka Pyramid)11. Scared of Love (feat. Stefflon Don)
12. Summer Love (feat. Rita Ora)
13. They Don't Care About Us (feat. Maverick Sabre & YEBBA) (Deluxe)
14. Do You Remember (feat. Kevin Garrett)
15. Leave It For Tomorrow (feat. Elli Ingram)
16. Adrenaline (feat. Olivia Dean)
Rudimental kicked off 2018 with the release of ‘These Days’ ft. Jess Glynne, Macklemore & Dan Caplen, which now ranks as one of the band’s biggest and most successful singles ever. Claiming their third UK #1 single, amassing 800 million global streams and going Double-Platinum in the UK, as well as Platinum in Australia and Canada, ‘These Days’ is also currently the UK’s biggest-selling song of 2018. Latest single ‘Let Me Live’, produced with Major Lazer and featuring Anne-Marie and Mr. Eazi, has tapped into the same buzz, quickly amassing over 74 million streams of its own, complete with an iconic official video shot on location between London and Johannesburg.
Their summer 2017 release, ‘Sun Comes Up’ ft. James Arthur, which also features on the album, has since gone platinum in the UK too, selling over 1.4 million copies worldwide while spending 8 weeks in the Top 10 Official Chart, peaking at #6 and racking up a global stream count of over 150 million.
With two #1 albums and three #1 singles already under their belts, Rudimental have sold over 20 million singles and over 2 million albums – extraordinary numbers for a band who have consistently moulded new and inventive sounds to push the boundaries of conventional pop music.
2019 EUROPEAN TOUR
Sunday 20th January Olympia Theatre, Dublin
Wednesday 23rd January Tivoli Vredenburg, Utrecht
Thursday 24th January Ancienne Belgique, Brussels
Friday 25th January Live Music Hall, Cologne
Saturday 26th January Muffathalle, Munich
Monday 28th January Columbiahalle, Berlin
Tuesday 29th January Große Freheit, Hamburg
Wednesday 30th January Vega, Copenhagen
Friday 1st February Halle 622, Zurich
Saturday 2nd February Elysee Montmartre, Paris