The Reytons are set to play their biggest headline show to date at the 20,000-capacity Clifton Park in Rotherham.
The Yorkshire rockers will play the huge outdoor summer show on July 6, 2024.
Tickets go on general sale on Friday (06.10.23) at 10am.
The Reytons sing on ‘Kids Off The Estate’: “Nintendos came second hand and Clifton Park was Disneyland.”
The last concert at the park in the South Yorkshire town was glam rock legends T-Rex in 1971.
The indie band recently played a homecoming gig at Sheffield’s 12,500-capacity Utilita Arena.
The four-piece are also set to release their new album, ‘Ballad Of A Bystander’, on January 19, 2024, and released the first taste, ‘Let Me Breathe’, last week.
The unsigned group playing bigger shows comes after they amazingly topped the UK’s Official Album Chart with their second self-released studio album, ‘What’s Rock and Roll’, earlier this year.
The group – who formed in 2017 and are made up of Jonny Yerrell, Joe O’Brien, Lee Holland, and Jamie Todd – told The Official Charts Company of the chart win: “We’ve got no words for it. We’ve been dreaming of this moment for as long as we can remember.
“We’ve absolutely grafted all week. We’ve had it in us heads, we’ve been using the law of attraction, we’ve had the trophy on us phones for the last two or three years. It feels really surreal, it’s not sunk in yet!”