Tom Grennan

Bedford Park, Bedford.

Ticket type Cost (face value)? Quantity
GENERAL ADMISSION £38.50 (£35.00)
VIP UPGRADE £137.50 (£125.00)
Adding a VIP upgrade to your General Admission ticket gives you access to our exclusive marquee called 'The Park Lounge' with prime viewing position, seating and fast track entry to the park. Once you have collected your Souvenir VIP lanyard, you can experience the concert from the comfort of the VIP viewing marquee and garden, complete with luxury toilet facilities. Enjoy a glass of chilled Prosecco on arrival and a delicious summer BBQ.. This ticket can only be puchased with a GENERAL ADMISSION ticket.
GREEN ROOM UPGRADE £38.50 (£35.00)
Adding the Green Room upgrade onto your ticket will give you access to our exclusive festival-styled private zone, similar to a backstage area. With its own dedicated fast track entrance, the Green Room offers the perfect space to escape the hustle and bustle of the crowds and enjoy dedicated bar and food facilities and luxury toilets, which you can access throughout the evening directly from the concert arena. NB: The Green Room is located at the side of the stage, therefore does not have a view of the stage performance area.
WHEELCHAIR PLATFORM £38.50 (£35.00)
This is an accessible wheelchair platform for disabled customers in the main concert arena. Please note that there are limited spaces available on the accessible wheelchair platform. Once the platform is sold out, we are unable to accommodate additional customers; but you can still welcome to book your general admission ticket and a free companion/carer ticket to attend the event. Please note that our access facilities cannot cater to people with temporary impairment, such as broken bones or pregnancy. The facilities are for the specific use of access customers and we kindly ask that all customers respect this. On arrival, at the event, please exchange your 'accessible wheelchair platform' ticket for a wristband at our onsite box office.
CARER TICKET £0.00 (£0.00)
Entitles the bearer to bring 1 (one) carer free of charge. Please note that you will be required to purchase a valid admission ticket, and in order to verify your eligibility for the scheme you will need to send proof of entitlement, DLA or PIP (higher rate), Attendance Allowance (higher rate) or a valid Access Card (via CredAbility) to our customer service team. An email will be sent with further instructions.

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While Tom Grennan first came to public attention as a guest vocalist on electronic duo Chase & Status' 2016 track "When It All Goes Wrong," his own material features a gritty-voiced mix of soulful pop and indie folk. A series of EPs and singles for Insanity Records led up the 2018 release of his debut album, Lighting Matches, which hit an impressive number five on the U.K. Albums Chart.

Growing up in Bedford, England, Grennan initially pursued a football career before music became his primary focus. He spent several years cutting his teeth playing solo acoustic shows in London pubs before earning a contract with the Sony-owned imprint Insanity Records, which released his debut single, "Something in the Water," in 2016. The track was produced by Charlie Hugall. After his collaboration with Chase & Status elevated his profile, Grennan delivered a trio of EPs -- Release the Brakes, Something in the Water, and Found What I've Been Looking For -- which helped introduce audiences to his own style.

The year 2018 began with the snappy, string-laden single "Sober" and follow-up "Barbed Wire," with both singles signaling the direction of Grennan's debut album. Produced by Dan Grech-Marguerat and Fraser T. Smith, Lighting Matches arrived in the summer and made an impressive showing at number five on the U.K. Albums chart. The stripped-down acoustic single "City of Stars" appeared in 2019, followed the next year by the more elaborate pop-driven cuts "This Is the Place" and "Oh Please." Signifying the direction of his new material, which would encompass the spirit of soul and gospel, Grennan issued the tracks "Amen" and "Something Better" in 2020. His sophomore album, Evering Road, arrived in early 2021.