Legendary drum and bass band to headline Parallel 5G in Leeds
Rudimental is set to headline a gig at a 5G-powered nightclub in Leeds.
The drum and bass band – made up of Piers Aggett, Amir Amor, Kesi Dryden and Leon ‘Locksmith’ Rolle – will hit the decks at Temple Arches for EE and Beatport’s 5G Parallel club night, which returns for the second year consecutive on March 17.
In a statement, the ‘Feel The Love’ hitmakers said: “Leeds is a special city with an amazing music scene and where some of us spent our university years so we can’t wait to come back and team up with EE to do our first 5G-powered set. We’ll be taking over the decks of Temple Arches, playing bangers from old to new, including new tracks from last year’s album and some of our classics. also – see you soon!”
EE x Beatport Present Parallel 5G will also give music fans the opportunity to see exclusive sets from Arielle Free, Manami, Babyschon and Leeds locals Junior Simba.
EE will stream the DJ sets through its 5G network using 4K 360 quality to custom 5GEE VR headsets and the event will also be available to stream online for free.
Pete Jeavoirs, Director of Marketing Communications at EE, said: “We had huge success last year with Parallel 5G in Liverpool and Manchester. This year we’re back, and it’s bigger than before. This 5G-powered live music experience brings to life the opportunities that 5G mobile technology can unlock while demonstrating how connectivity can enable artists to unleash their creativity and bring music to more people.
For tickets and more information, go to www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/parallel-5g-tickets-272221831827 for more information.
Watch the 5G live stream online for free from 7pm via www.ee.co.uk/parallel.