From24 May 2019to25 August 2019


Hailing from South London, England, Bastille (stylized as BΔSTILLE) is an indie rock group formed in 2010. The moniker refers to Bastille Day on 14 July, also the birthday of founder and lead vocalist Daniel Smith.

Bastille encompasses four key players: singer Dan Smith, drummer Chris Wood, bassist William Farquarson, and keyboardist Kyle Simmons. Bastille began recording music in 2010 under the indie label Young & Lost Club, which included singles “Flaws” and “Icarus” and the EP “Laura Palmer.” The band utilized social media sites YouTube and MySpace to expose audiences to new releases via the Internet. The mixtapes “Other People’s Heartache” parts one and two showcases the band’s talent in remixing covers of well-known songs like “Titanium” by David Guetta and TLC’s “Scrubs.” In 2011 Bastille participated in some of UK’s major musical festivals like Glastonbury, Isle of Wight, and Blissfields.

Bastille gained a following in the UK during 2012 after Virgin Records released the singles “Overjoyed” and “Bad Blood.” Soon after, the band received honorable mentions in UK music magazine “Q” and British newspaper “The Guardian.” Virgin Records re-released “Flaws,” one of Bastille’s first compositions and the single jumped to No.21 on the UK Top 40.

Bastille released their debut album “Bad Blood” in 2013 and it quickly exploded on the charts. The album peaked at No.1 on the UK charts and the single “Pompeii” reached No. 5 in the U.S. The positive reviews secured Bastille a slot at the UK summer music festival Reading and Leeds. Bastille’s music has also gained exposure through television, appearing on shows like “The Vampire Diaries,” reality show “Made in Chelsea,” and British soap opera “Hollyoaks.” On 4 February 2014, Bastille won Best Breakthrough Act at the BRIT Awards.

Lead singer Dan Smith draws inspiration from the music he listened to growing up like artists Lauryn Hill and duo Simon & Garfunkel. He also has a deep appreciation for Regina Spektor’s work.

Friday 24 May 2019 – Saturday 25 May 2019
North Music Festival 2019
Porto, Portugal

Friday 07 June 2019 – Sunday 09 June 2019
Rock im Park 2019
Zeppelinfeld, Nuremberg, Germany

Saturday 08 June 2019 – Monday 10 June 2019
Pinkpop Festival 2019
Megaland, Landgraaf, Netherlands

Thursday 13 June 2019 – Saturday 15 June 2019
O Son do Camiño 2019
Monte Do Gozo, Santiago de Compostela, Spain

Thursday 13 June 2019 – Sunday 16 June 2019
Isle of Wight Festival 2019
Seaclose Park, Newport (Isle of Wight), UK

Saturday 22 June 2019
Machaca 2019
Parque Fundidora, Monterrey, Mexico

Wednesday 26 June 2019 – Sunday 30 June 2019
Glastonbury Festival 2019
Glastonbury Festival, Glastonbury, UK

Wednesday 03 July 2019 – Saturday 06 July 2019
Festival Cruïlla 2019
Parc del Fòrum, Barcelona, Spain

Friday 12 July 2019
with Snow Patrol, George Ezra, and 35 others
Glasgow Green, Glasgow, UK

Saturday 13 July 2019
with Snow Patrol, George Ezra, and 21 others
Glasgow Green, Glasgow, UK

Sunday 14 July 2019
Citadel 2019
Gunnersbury Park, London, UK

Friday 26 July 2019 – Sunday 28 July 2019
Low Festival 2019
Estadio Municipal De Foietes, Benidorm, Spain

Thursday 01 August 2019 – Sunday 04 August 2019
Untold Festival 2019
Cluj-Napoca, Romania

Friday 02 August 2019 – Sunday 04 August 2019
Indiependence Festival 2019
Indiependence Festival, Cork, Ireland

Friday 23 August 2019 – Sunday 25 August 2019
Reading Festival 201
Richfield Avenue, Reading, UK

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