Rudimental at South Facing Festival: timings, setlist and everything you need to know

Liquid drum ‘n’ bass legends Rudimental will be throwing it back to 2013 this weekend with a special show celebrating the ten-year anniversary of their debut album Home. With bangers like ‘Feel The Love’, ‘Waiting All Night’ and ‘Not Giving In’, the show at Crystal Palace Park is set to well and truly go off. Here is all the information you need to know ahead of the event. 

When is Rudimental at South Facing Festival? 

Rudimental at South Facing Festival takes place this Saturday, August 5. 

What time do doors open? 

Gates will open at Crystal Palace Park from 1pm. 

Who is supporting Rudimental at Crystal Palace Park this weekend? 

Rudimental will be joined by another drum ‘n’ bass hero Katy B, as well Channel One Sound System, Eliza Legzdina, M.A.X, Charlotte Plank and Tom Central. 

What are the set times? 

Tom Central: 1pm-4pm

Charlotte Plank: 4pm-5pm

M.A.X: 5pm-6pm

Eliza Legzdina: 6pm-7pm

Channel One Soundsystem : 7pm-7.45pm

Katy B: 7.45pm-8.25pm

Rudimental: 8.45pm-10.15pm

Any news on the setlist? 

Rudimental hasn’t released the official setlist, but this is what the band played at their last gig in July this year. 

  1. Give You Up
  2. Right Here
  3. Not Giving In
  4. Dancing Is Healing
  5. Spoons
  6. Rumour Mill
  7. Hell Could Freeze
  8. Torn (Ednaswap cover)
  9. Bloodstream (Ed Sheeran cover)
  10. These Days
  11. Blend
  12. Feel the Love
  13. Waiting All Night

Are there tickets still available for South Facing Festival? 

Some tickets still are available on Ticketmaster here. They’re going for between £40-55. 

What time does South Facing Festival finish?

The festival officially ends at 10.30pm. 

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