DF Concerts presents

Orbital

Tue 28 Mar 7PM Galvanizers
14+
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Legendary electronic duo Orbital are bringing their rhythmic techno sound to the SWG3 Galvanizers in March 2023.


Orbital, consisting of brothers Phil and Paul Hartnoll, have been making atmospheric, politically charged techno for over 30 years.

The duo released their self-titled debut album in 1991, and a headline slot at Glastonbury followed a few years later in 1995 - a gig that has been listed by several publications, such as Q Magazine, as one of the greatest of all time. Almost thirty years later and after a fair few break-ups, and reunions, the duo are recharged and back together with a new album 'Optical Delusion' set for release in February 2023. 

Never a group to remain stuck in the past, they have announced that a collaboration with post-punk rap favourites Sleaford Mods is in the works. 



This event is strictly 14+. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 or over. One adult can attend with a maximum of two Under 16s.

Key information
The Galvanizers can be accessed via a small set of stairs, platform lift or ramp. Accessible toilets are available in all ground floor level bars servicing this space.

Booking accessible tickets
The Galvanizers has an accessible viewing platform with seats and wheelchair spaces. Unreserved seats, wheelchair spaces and free companion tickets can be booked through Ticketmaster online for this event. Ticketmaster require proof of eligibility for those applying for companion tickets. Further information is available at the time of booking. Spaces on our platform are limited and issued on a first come, first served basis.

If you can't find accessible tickets for this event, please email [email protected] or call 0141 337 1731 (Mon–Fri, 10am–5pm) to check availability.

If you have purchased a standard ticket and need to apply for a free companion ticket, please fill out our Companion Tickets application form

You can find full details about accessibility at SWG3 on our Accessibility page.