Only two drum & bass artists have headlined the historic Wembley Arena in the United Kingdom to date: Pendulum and Andy C. The 12,500-seat venue is London’s second-largest indoor arena after The O2 Arena, and the ninth-largest in the United Kingdom, yet practically every artist who has performed there has a “(Live At Wembley)” record accessible to stream. Hybrid Minds will now join the roster of D&B performers who have graced the venue’s marquee on October 22.
More notable supporting guests will be announced closer to the date, making this an unforgettable night in D&B. The Wembley Arena event represents the appropriate development for Hybrid Minds as the first D&B act to headline the arena this year, after selling out live shows at Printworks in four hours and their flagship Brixton Academy show six months before the dates. The news follows the release of their newest single, “Better Now,” featuring Lily Denning, ahead of the release of their Tides: Part 1 EP on October 21, the day before the event.
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