The Reytons to play 20,000-capacity Clifton Park ‘homecoming’ show - here's how to get tickets

South Yorkshire’s own DIY chart-toppers The Reytons have announced they will play a 20,000-capacity outdoor headline ‘homecoming’ show next summer.
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The band, who sold out Utilita Arena Sheffield at the weekend – on a current tour which has sold more than 40,000 tickets – will play Clifton Park in Rotherham

on Saturday, July 6, 2024.

Their biggest ever headline show will also be the biggest outdoor event to have taken place in the town and the first time an artist has played to an audience in Clifton Park since glam rock legend, Marc Bolan brought T-Rex to play the bandstand in 1971.

It will follow the release of their next album, Ballad Of A Bystander, out Friday, January 19, 2024.

BUY TICKETS & ALBUM PRE-ORDER: Tickets for the summer concert in the 18th Century parklands, located in the heart of Rotherham, go on general sale this Friday, October 6, 2023, at 10am. For more information, album pre-orders, bundles, fan-only limited editions and the few remaining 2023 tour tickets visit

In a line drawn from their Kids Off The Estate song, indie juggernaut The Reytons pleased local fans with reference to the park by singing: "Nintendos came second hand and Clifton Park was Disneyland."

The major outdoor, summertime celebration is set to mark everything the self-propelled, main stage favourites have achieved to date.

After rising to the challenge of reaching the top of the UK Official Album Chart in the New Year with their second album, What’s Rock And Roll? the band last week released the first new music from their hotly-anticipated follow-up in the form of new single Let Me Breathe.

Their latest convention-defying announcement follows last weekend’s sold-out indoor ‘homecoming’ at Sheffield’s Utilita Arena, just one highlight of a current UK Tour across which the band has sold more than 40,000 tickets.

Fiercely independent, the four-piece’s aspirational, direct songwriting and memory-making live performances have quickly elevated them to their hard-won arena status, completing their remaining run of eleven dates at Hull’s Bonus Arena on Friday, November 3.

Whilst celebrating ongoing success in their heartlands around South Yorkshire, The Reytons also look ahead to their biggest London show at the 2,300-capacity O2 Forum Kentish Town and hit Manchester’s O2 Victoria Warehouse on their forthcoming dates.

Made up of Rotherham’s own Jonny Yerrell, Joe O’Brien, Lee Holland and Jamie Todd, The Reytons released their Top 20 debut album, Kids Off The Estate, in November 2021.

Pleasing radio listeners as well as the people, they continue to gather airplay from national radio stations BBC R1, 6 Music and Radio X, whilst most recent streaming figures have posted 110,000,000 Spotify listens across their growing catalogue.

Formed in 2016 and meticulously honing their craft over that year in secret, the first recorded sounds that music lovers heard of The Reytons was the five-track EP, It Was All So Monotonous, in May 2017.

Featuring the spiky, relatable but raw single Slice Of Lime, the EP rapidly pushed forward the band’s reputation amongst gig goers, not only around their Rotherham and Sheffield base, but around the wider UK.

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The Kids Off The Estate EP, a further five-track EP, eventually giving up its name to their debut album, arrived at the same time as the band was propelled to bigger and bigger shows in late 2017, including an earth-moving night at Sheffield’s O2 Academy.

Leaping forward to 2022, even prior to the release of What’s Rock and Roll? the band sold out a specially-repurposed, 4,500 capacity Magna (Science Adventure Centre) in their Rotherham hometown in just 10 hours.

For the few remaining 2023 tour tickets as well as album pre-orders, bundles, fan-only limited editions and all Clifton Park information visit:

All shows as part of their current tour and next year’s outdoor adventure are confirmed as follows:


Fri 6 Oct 2023 - O2 City Hall, Newcastle

Sat 7 Oct 2023 - O2 Academy, Glasgow

Fri 13 Oct 2023 - O2 Forum Kentish Town, London

Fri 14 Oct 2023 - O2 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester

Thu 19 Oct 2023 - O2 Academy, Bristol

Fri 20 Oct 2023 - O2 Academy, Oxford

Sat 21 Oct 2023 - Guild Hall, Portsmouth

Thu 26 Oct 2023 - UEA, Norwich

Fri 27 Oct 2023 - O2 Academy, Birmingham

Sat 28 Oct 2023 - Great Hall, Cardiff

Fri 3 Nov 2023 - Bonus Arena, Hull


NEW – Sat 6 July 2024 – Clifton Park, Rotherham


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