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Viral rock sensation YUNGBLUD will be bringing his high-energy show to the Eden Sessions on Saturday 10 June this year.


Arena opens: 6pm
Support act - Crawlers: 7.45pm
Main act - YUNGBLUD: 9pm
Ends: 10.30pm

Please note, event timings can be subject to change and are given as a guide only. 

Every Eden Sessions ticket includes entrance to the Eden Project from 9.30am on the day of the gig and the day after, so come and take your time to explore! 

About the artist

Yorkshire-born Dominic Harrison, known professionally as YUNGBLUD, was destined to make music, picking up his first guitar aged two in his father’s instrument shop. He began writing songs and poems from the age of 10 as an outlet for anger, frustration and dreams. 

The 25-year-old singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist’s second studio album, Weird!, shot to number one in the UK Album Chart in 2020, becoming certified Gold in April 2022. His latest and third studio album, YUNGBLUD, was released in September 2022, becoming his second number-one album on the UK Albums Chart.

YUNGBLUD released his first self-titled EP in 2018, harnessing topics of gentrification, political corruption, assault and troubled upbringings. 

His debut full-length album, 21st Century Liability, was released in July 2018, followed by the 2019 EP, The Underrated Youth, which debuted in the Top 10 UK Official Album Chart. 

The track, Original Me, from the EP featuring Dan Reynolds (Imagine Dragons) earned the artist the NME award for Best Music Video. 

He has famously collaborated with the likes of Machine Gun Kelly and Travis Barker (Blink 182, +44, Box Car Racer) on mammoth hits, such as Kelly’s I Think I’m OKAY, which peaked at number three on the US Billboard charts. Other iconic collaborations have included Avril Lavigne on Lavigne’s track I’m A Mess, and Willow on the song Memories, from YUNGBLUD’s latest album.  

In 2021, his cover of David Bowie’s Life on Mars was chosen by NASA as the soundtrack for the one-tonne Perseverance rover’s landing on Mars, which was live-streamed on YouTube on 18 February 2021.


Special guest: CRAWLERS

Liverpool’s CRAWLERS are a group built not just on an undeniable ability to write exciting and eclectic rock songs, but an empathetic passion that fuels them to stand up, speak out and open their arms to anyone in need of a safe space and community. 

Early singles like 2019’s ‘So Tired’ and 2020’s ‘Placebo’ and ‘Hush’ presented a band with a knack for pairing poetic, personal lyrics with guitar and bass riffs that reel you in and wrap you up in them. Last year’s self-titled EP took another leap forward again, the four-piece incorporating some of the world’s broader issues into their lyrical tales. The stunning single ‘Come Over (Again)’ takes the band down a brighter path, yet still remains true to their attitude of angst and vexation.