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Chart-topping drum and bass outfit Rudimental playing Thetford Forest in Suffolk on June 30

10:16 11 January 2016

Anne-Marie (right) and DJ Locksmith from Rudimental at T in the Park in 2015 - this summer they will be perfomring in Suffolk. Photo: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire

Anne-Marie (right) and DJ Locksmith from Rudimental at T in the Park in 2015 - this summer they will be perfomring in Suffolk. Photo: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire

Chart-topping drum and bass band Rudimental will play Thetford Forest this summer.

Rudimental, playing Thetford Forest this June. Photo: Ollie GroveRudimental, playing Thetford Forest this June. Photo: Ollie Grove

Their double platinum debut album Home spawned five hit singles, including UK number ones Feel The Love featuring John Newman and Waiting All Night featuring Ella Eyre. Second album We The Generation, released last year, included collaborations with Framlingham’s Ed Sheeran among others.

The BRIT and MOBO award winners will perform on June 30. Tickets go on sale from 9am this Friday.

Forest Live is organised by the Forestry Commission. Income generated from ticket sales is spent on protecting, improving and expanding our forests and woodlands.

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