Due to the ongoing restrictions, this show has been postponed. We will announce a new date ASAP! Keep hold of your tickets until then.


Cult of Luna are bringing Beyond the Redshift back to London for the first time in 8 years! The artist curated festival will take over O2 Forum Kentish Town, The Dome and Boston Music Room for one day only on Saturday 12th March 2022. The Swedish post-metal titan Johannes Persson explains more:

"When we walked off stage in Mexico City in early spring of 2020 we had no idea that it would be our last show for almost two years. We have since announced one tour and had to move it to the end of 2022. Now, we can finally announce a tour for early next year that will make up for all the lost time. In a way it feels like we need to re-conquer that stage and with Alcest and Svalbard it feels less of a burden. We’re more than grateful that we have such amazing, solid artists to help us retake it.

As if just going on tour doesn’t feel unreal enough, it still hasn’t sunk in that we are playing the Olympia in Paris. If there’s any such thing as holy ground in music then this venue definitely qualifies into that category.

But wait… there’s even more: eight years after our first Beyond the Redshift festival in London, we're doing it again. The line-up is curated by us and we are determined to bring you a bunch of our favourite artists and bands you didn’t know you were a fan of. Bands are being booked as I write this and we’re going to announce the full line-up later this summer. It will be la grande finale of the tour and we hope to see you there."

- Johannes, Cult of Luna

Postponed: Beyond The Redshift

12 Mar 2022

+ Alcest / Svalbard and many more to be announced

O2 Forum Kentish Town / The Dome / Boston Music Room

O2 Forum Kentish Town / The Dome / Boston Music Room



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