Dreadzone tickets

Dreadzone Tickets

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DreadzoneRescue RoomsNottingham18:30View
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DreadzoneO2 Academy2 NewcastleNewcastle Upon Tyne18:30View
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DreadzoneSub 89Reading19:30View
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DreadzoneThe GlobeCardiff19:00View
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DreadzoneCheese & GrainFrome20:00View
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Dreadzone - "Dread Times" TourUnder The Bridge (at Chelsea Football Club)London19:00View
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Dreadzone have come a long way since they first started in 1993 having released a massive eleven albums, toured the world and are currently busy in the studio working on a new album entitled Dread Times set to come out later in February of 2017.

Dreadzone tickets can be bought through Gigantic. Don’t miss out!

They are already booked to play The Bullingdon at Oxford, The Flowerpot in Derby and Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms in December.
To promote the new material they have announced an extensive tour in the new year which takes them to:

The Slade Rooms, Wolverhampton / Plug, Sheffield / Tunbridge Wells Forum / Fleece, Bristol / Concorde 2, Brighton / The Cube, Malvern / Rescue Rooms, Nottingham / Sub 89, Reading / The Globe, Cardiff / Cheese & Grain, Frome / Under The Bridge (At Chelsea Football Club, London

The band formed when Greg “Dread” Roberts, former drummer of Big Audio Dynamite, teamed up with sound engineer Tim Bran and bassist Leo Williams.

They quickly signed to THE label of the Nineties; Creation Records (formed by Alan McGee in 1983, the label enjoyed massive success after spearheading acid house in the late 1980’s and went on to amass a who’s who of British talent in the 1990’s including Oasis, The Boo Radleys and Super Furry Animals) and released their first album; 360°.

By 1994 Dreadzone had switched to Virgin Records and brought out their second album; Second Light. By now they were firmly established as THE festival band so it was no surprised that they were chosen to open the iconic Glastonbury Festival being the first band to play the Pyramid Stage that year. A performance that John Peel commented as “Dazzlingly good”.

Masters of reinvention, the band have continued to experiment with sound pushing the frontiers of dub, reggae and techno to produce the best beats played in clubs the world over. Having being playing for over twenty years they show no signs of stopping and continue to be the ones to watch whenever they play.

Dreadzone’s is a joyous noise; bouncing beats with samples bashing into live vocals” - Q

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