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Levellers Tickets

Friday 28th June 2019
Levellers + support Kelvingrade Bandstand, Glasgow
Sunday 30th June 2019
Saturday 29th June 2019
Levellers Fan Reviews (24) 4.9
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"The band are lush but the venue sucks"
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Levellers - 30th Anniversary Tour, O2 Academy Bristol, Bristol - 23rd November 2018

The band are lush I first saw them when I was a kid and far too young to appreciate who and what they where. They certainly dint disappoint on Friday. What a show what I could see at least. The venue sucks!!!. Your squashed in like sardines actually that's disrespectful to sardines its just not a great venue. My advice if you want to see the band or artist get there really early and then don't move at all from your standing point.

Posted anonymously on 27/11/2018

"Absolutely amazing"
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Levellers - 30th Anniversary Tour, Tramshed, Cardiff - 21st November 2018

Well worth the 26 yrs wait will be going again awesome. .......

Posted by Claire and viky on 22/11/2018

"Favourite band, unbelievable venue"
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Levellers Acoustic , Winchester Cathedral, Winchester - 21st July 2018

The levellers have been great live everytime I've seen them. But to see them in this venue was something else. The cathedral is beautiful, and whilst the acoustics weren't quite as good as usual, the amazing venue made up for it.

Posted by MandJK on 27/07/2018

"Levellers at Hereford Cathedral"
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Levellers Acoustic, Hereford Cathedral , Hereford - 17th July 2018

Levs new way of doing their own songs made them much more powerful for me. Absolutely brilliant, loved it. đź’•

Posted by Anita on 23/07/2018

"Absolutely brilliant"
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Levellers Acoustic, Hereford Cathedral , Hereford - 17th July 2018

Fantastic setting and atmosphere in Hereford cathedral, wonderful performance.

Posted by Debra E on 22/07/2018

Levellers are a folk band from Brighton that draw on punk rock. Taking their name from the 17th century radicals from the time of the English Civil War who demanded radical democratic change, the band similarly use their music as a means to inspire change.

The band started when guitars and vocalist Mark Chadwick met bassist Jeremy Cunningham who soon found themselves agreeing over their shared left wing politics in Brighton pub The Eagle during 1988. Deciding to form a band they were soon joined by Charlie Heather on Drums and Jon Sevink on fiddle. Then later by Alan Miles on harmonica, guitar and the mandolin.

By the following year they released the EPs Carry Me, which benefitted from airplay on Radio 2, and Outside/Inside on their very own Hag Label. The success of which saw the band sign to French record label Musidisc under which they released their 1990 debut album Weapon Called The Word. Now considered an absolute classic, the album has managed to go platinum despite not troubling the charts upon its release.

The immediate period after the albums initial release saw great change as Alan Miles decided to call it a day and is replaced by Simon Friend. Also the band is recruited by Derek Green (who had previously signed Sex Pistols) who signs them to the independent label China with whom they stay with until 2000.

The first release under China came in 1991. Levelling The Land was the first real hit for the band, reaching Number 14 in the UK Album Chart and also eventually reaching Platinum sales. The record featured their ultimate indie anthem One Way.

Now firmly established, the band’s popularity grew massively with the release of the self-titled album Levellers which shot to Number 2 when released in 1993. The Zeitgeist album, bolstered by the success of the single Hope Street saw the band finally hit Number 1 in 1995.

Since their beginning the band have released an amazing 16 records and continue to excite and educate ever younger audiences.

Levellers tickets can be bought through Gigantic and are available online right now.

You can see them play at Margate’s Dreamland during June, then Hereford Cathedral, Winchester Cathedral and Zebedee’s Yard during July 2018.


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