REX ORANGE COUNTY
BRINGS ‘THE WHO CARES? TOUR’ TO LONDON
EXCLUSIVE SHOW AT GUNNERSBURY PARK
We are pleased to announce that acclaimed singer-songwriter Rex Orange County will play Gunnersbury Park as part of his huge ‘THE WHO CARES? TOUR’ on Saturday 13 August.
With special guests still to be announced and following the reveal of the upcoming new album ‘WHO CARES?’, the special outside 20,000 capacity London show will be in high demand.
Tickets go on general sale 9AM Friday 4th February 2022.
Rex Orange County, otherwise known as Alex O’Connor, has garnered critical acclaim and an impassioned fanbase with over 11 million monthly Spotify listeners and his last album charting top 5 in the UK, US and Australia.
‘WHO CARES?’ Rex’s fourth album will be out March 11, made in close partnership with producer Benny Sings across a 12 day period in Amsterdam, is a playful record by an artist in a playful mood. The album also ﬁnds Rex reunited with one of his earliest champions, Tyler, The Creator, who contributes a verse to “OPEN A WINDOW,” which marks the ﬁrst time the two have collaborated since Tyler’s 2017 album Flower Boy.
Today, Rex Orange County announces 2022 tour dates in support of the new album including Gunnersbury Park which will be his biggest show to date and will be the London exclusive place to catch him
on ‘THE WHO CARES? TOUR’. Rex’s new single ‘KEEP IT UP’ is out now.
Terms and conditions
If you would like to apply for accessible facilities at this event we ask customers to purchase a ticket of any type for this event and then apply using an application form HERE.
Facilities you can apply for include:
- Accessible Toilets
- Accessible Viewing Platform with seating available
- PA ticket if required
- BSL (British Sign Language Interpreting)
All customers must submit supporting documentation when applying for access to be approved.
Documentation can be valid PIP or Doctor’s letters or any medical letters you already have that may be relevant. We can take a look at anything you have and will always let you know if we require more in good time.
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