Benjamin Zephaniah & The Revolutionary Minds 2019 Tour


We are very pleased to announce that the celebrated musician, writer, poet and political activist Benjamin Zephaniah and the Revolutionary Minds will be touring the UK in Spring 2019. The tour will accompany The Revolutionary Minds album is being re-released with some new music videos in spring 2019.

Revolutionary Minds is a chance to experience Zephaniah’s innovative talent in full force; a triumphant creation of emotional songs that highlight the poignant global issues faced by society today.

Full dates and ticket links below…

15th – Bridport Electric Palace, Bridport         CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS 
16th – Trinity Centre, Bristol                                 CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS 
17th – Jazz Cafe, London                                         CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS
18th – Norwich Arts Centre, Norwich                CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS 
23rd – Concorde 2, Brighton                                CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS
26th – The Brook, Southampton                        CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS  
28th – Gorilla, Manchester                                  CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS 
29th – Sage Gateshead, Gateshead                   CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS 
30th – The Crescent, York                                    CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS

1st – MK11, Milton Keynes                                    CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS

Widely  celebrated  as  one  of  the  greatest  poets  of  his  generation,  Zephaniah is strongly  influenced  by  the  music  and  poetry  of  Jamaica  and  what  he  calls  “street politics”. His  poetry,  books  and  plays  have  captivated  hearts  and  minds,  fuelling imaginations and winning him a legion of fans all over the world.Though his music is lesser known than his written work it is no less fervent. Created alongside  his  accomplished  producer  and collaborator  The  Sea, Revolutionary Minds album is a deep selection of dub-reggae juggernauts, the essence and style of which fully reinforce the messages projected through Zephaniah’s powerful lyrics.