Orbital tour dates
UK dance legends Orbital are once again back on tour, showing that they have no signs of slowing down. If you want to see the brothers Phil and Paul Hartnoll live at one of their electric shows, you're in luck! Here at StubHub you can buy and sell Orbital tickets, so don't miss out. The duo is named after London's circular motorway, the M25, which many people would drive down to get to the many raves that were taking place in the UK in the late 80's and early 90s. Orbital were one of the most important and influential DJs of the early rave scene and, to this day, continue to make groundbreaking songs and EDM anthems. After splitting up and re-forming on numerous occasions, Orbital are once again back and doing what they do best, playing their awesome back-catalogue of hits to thousands of fans. So, what are you waiting for? Get your Orbital concert tickets and enjoy some of their best hits like "Halcyon and On and On", "Belfast" and "Chime", as well as their new songs.
Hailing from the small town of Sevenoaks, Kent, brothers Phil and Paul Hartnoll started recording songs on their father's cassette deck. Their first track "Chime" became a rave-scene anthem, charting at number 17 on the UK charts and leading to the duo performing on Top of the Pops. The duo quickly became one of the most recognized techno acts of the 90s, alongside the likes of Leftfield and Underworld. In total, Orbital have released eight albums, as well as producing the soundtrack for the films Event Horizon, Octane and Pusher. All of Orbital's albums have charted in the UK and their second album stayed in the charts for fifteen weeks. In 2018, Orbital surprised everyone when they came back and released their latest album Monsters Exist. The new Orbital album is more classically structured than their previous albums and draws inspiration from the international political landscape of today, it even features Professor Brian Cox speaking on the track "There Will Come a Time". The release of this new album will be followed by a series of dates and shows around the world. With this, perhaps, being the last time that Orbital perform together, don't hesitate and buy Orbital tickets before they undoubtedly sell out.
Orbital memorable moments
The one moment that secured Orbital's place in music history was when the duo performed at Glastonbury in 1994. Performing the headline slot, the show would later be included in Q Magazine's Top 50 Gigs of All Time and also meant the band were added to the list of 50 Bands to See Before You Die. There's no doubt that the duo have not lost their ability to put on one hell of a show, see one of the most iconic acts of electronic music live. Secure your Orbital tickets today, right here at StubHub.