Feeder Bristol 2022: how to get tickets for O2 Academy concert and full UK tour dates

Tickets are still available for Feeder’s huge Bristol show at the O2 Academy in April.

Feeder are touring a number of big cities and venues as part of their UK tour - including a visit to Bristol’s O2 Academy this month.

A tour that is in support of the release of the Welsh rock band’s 11th album ‘Torpedo’ which was released in March 2022.

Here is everything you need to know about Feeder and their show at Bristol’s O2 Academy.

When is Feeder playing in Bristol?

Feeder is set to visit a host of the country’s greatest and most intimate entertainment venues as part of their UK tour.

Founded in Newport, the three-man band is set to grace Bristol’s O2 Academy on April 27.

Where else are Feeder playing?

The Welsh rock band will begin the tour in Bexhill On Sea on April 23 as one of 11 shows, finishing off in London before visiting North Wales’ Colwyn Bay on June 18. This is a full list of Feeder’s tour dates:


  • 23 - De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill On Sea
  • 24 - O2 Academy, Oxford
  • 26 - O2 Guildhall, Southampton
  • 27 - O2 Academy, Bristol
  • 29 - Manchester Academy, Manchester
  • 30 - Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow


  • 2 - Newcastle University Student Union, Newcastle
  • 3 - Rock City, Nottingham
  • 5 - O2 Institute, Birmingham
  • 6 - O2 Academy Brixton, London


  • 18 - Stadiwm Eirias Stadium, Colwyn Bay

How do I get tickets to the Bristol show?

With the Bristol show just shy of two weeks away at the time of publication, there are still tickets available but at limited availability.

Sites such as Ticketmaster have very few general admission tickets on sale (which range from £30 each) and are offering a number on re-sale (which range from £32 per ticket).

Other ticket exchange websites such as Viagogo and Twickets have several available on resale at face-value too - ticket prices range from £52 per person.

What is the setlist?

Feeder’s UK tour is in celebration of the release of their 11th studio album ‘Torpedo’ that hit stores on March 18, 2022.

So expect to hear a number of its tracks during their Bristol show - whether it be the Nirvana-inspired ‘Torpedo’ or the psychedelic ‘Hide and Seek’.

If you are wondering what the setlist could be for the concert, this is what it was for Feeder’s show at Rough Trade East in London on March 23 as per Setlist.fm:

  • Magpie
  • The Healing
  • Wall of Silence
  • Desperate Hour
  • Just The Way I’m Feeling
  • Hide and Seek
  • High

Who is Feeder and what are they known for?

Feeder are a popular rock band formed in Newport, South Wales and have become a mainstay in the British music scene since the mid-90s.

The band is known for producing tracks with heavy sound ripe with anthemic power and surging harmonies.

Created in 1994, Feeder consisted of Grant Nicholas (vocalist, guitarist, chief songwriter), Jon Lee (drummer) and Japanese native Taka Hirose (bass player).

The name ‘Feeder’ itself derives from the name of Nicholas’ goldfish.

Feeder’s first ever EP ‘Two Colours’ was released in 1995 and their second, ‘Swim’, came the following year.

‘Polythene’ was their debut album that came out in 1995 and was critically acclaimed - peaking at number 65 on the UK albums chart.

After the tragic passing of their drummer Lee in 2002, Feeder re-emerged with March Richardson on drums in the August of that year and continued their success.