Where can I get tickets from?

Tickets for Red Bull Revolutions In Sound are now sold out. You can still get involved with the event by contributing to our Google+ Archive of UK club culture and watch the live stream of the event via the Revolutions In Sound website.

Can I buy tickets on the day?

No tickets will be available on the day or at the gates.

What time should I arrive?

Please be aware that gates open at 6pm and close at 7pm. Just like catching a flight you will be required to arrive and ‘check in’ prior to going in the capsule with your chosen artists. You will exchange your ticket for a numbered wristband. Signs will instruct you when to board your capsule.

How long will the event last?

There will be two rotations on the EDF Energy London Eye. Each rotation lasts 45 minutes but you will have the option to leave your capsule should you wish after the first rotation. If you leave your capsule then you cannot return for a second rotation.

What is in the capsule and what can’t I bring?

There are no toilets on board so please ensure you have visited the toilet before going on. There is a free bar on board. Don’t bring luggage or large bags.

What happens if I've bought a ticket from eBay?

Tickets sold via auction sites will be automatically invalidated and will be rejected if any attempt is made to redeem them at scanning points at this event. So to avoid disappointment please do not be tempted to bid on these tickets as you are only encouraging people to profit from items that are not for resale under any circumstances (as per the terms and conditions which are printed on every ticket.)

My plus one can’t make it, can someone else use their ticket instead?

Yes, but they must be over 18 years old and have I.D.

If the event is cancelled will I get a refund?

No, tickets are non-refundable.

What facilities are there at this event for disabled ticket holders?

There is an accessible ramp leading to the capsules. Please notify staff on arrival.

Will there be free drinks?

No, there is no corporate hospitality available to the public at this event. You can purchase drinks and food on site.

Do children require a ticket?

Children can’t attend. All attendees must be over 18.

If you have any further questions please contact us directly at revolutionsinsound@uk.redbull.com

For all event details see the Revolutions In Sound website.

Audience Information

Event Location: EDF Energy London Eye. Gate Entrances at Belvedere Road.

The EDF Energy London Eye is located in close proximity to the following public transport, and these routes are our recommended method of travel as there is no parking at the London Eye.

Nearest Overland Rail: Waterloo Station.
Underground Lines that serve Waterloo: Bakerloo Line, Northern Line, Jubilee Line.


Red Bull Revolutions In Sound will take place on the 14th November, 2013 at the EDF Energy London Eye. Gates open to the ticket holders at 6:30pm. All capsule ticket holders must arrive by 7pm. All entertainment closes down at 10pm.

Once in the capsules the audience will not have access to toilet facilities for 90 minutes. You may leave your capsule after the first rotation but you cannot re-board if you choose to leave.

The music level in the capsules will be similar to a club environment. Earplugs will be provided if required.

Your safety is important to us – all persons attending a capsule will be searched!

There is no cloakroom facility so please only bring what you absolutely need.

Prohibited Items

  • Glass bottles or other vessels
  • Alcohol (unless purchased within the event site)
  • Any other drugs or intoxicants
  • No pets or animals other than assistance dogs
  • Knives or other weapons
  • Fireworks or flares
  • Professional camera, video or sound recording equipment
  • Laser pens
  • Spray paint or marker pens

A search will be conducted as a condition of entry to premises. Incidents of crime and disorder will be reported to the police.

No re-entry whatsoever!

About Red Bull Music Academy

The Red Bull Music Academy is a world-travelling series of workshops and festivals. It has been pairing industry legends and emerging music makers since 1998 in cities such as London, Berlin, Cape Town, Melbourne, Barcelona, Rome, São Paulo, and most recently, New York. 62 carefully selected producers, vocalists, beat-makers, instrumentalists, and DJs from 35 countries came together for five weeks to create, collaborate and celebrate music culture.

More than 1,500 musical luminaries have participated in the Red Bull Music Academy. Lecturers have included Brian Eno, Nile Rodgers, James Murphy, Erykah Badu, Giorgio Moroder, Skream, Chuck D, Steve Reich, Sly & Robbie, Mark Ronson, M.I.A., Hot Chip, MF Doom, RZA, Gilberto Gil and pioneering synth inventor Bob Moog, amongst others. Many Academy alumni have gone on to become true innovators of their scenes like LA soul singer Aloe Blacc (“I Need A Dollar”); experimental electronic music producer Flying Lotus, currently collaborating with Odd Future and Thom Yorke; Katy B, who’s credited with introducing the sound of London’s dubstep and garage scene to the pop mainstream; and both members of TNGHT: Hudson Mohakwe, signed to Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. empire, and Quebecian beatsmith Lunice.

This Red Bull Music Academy’s unique combination of old school knowledge and new school sounds is unrivalled for its creative exploration and achievement. Each Academy edition leaves behind structures to encourage musical collaboration and creative exchange for years to come.

The Academy also runs an online magazine and radio station and, as well as hosting hundreds of satellite events all around the world every year. Past events in the event included the debut edition of Red Bull Revolutions In Sound in 2011, and three epic Red Bull Culture Clashes, where some of the biggest crews in UK dance music and sound system culture battled it out in the world’s first cross-genre sound clashes.


About Channel 4

Channel 4 is a publicly owned, commercially funded, not-for-profit public service broadcaster and has a remit to be innovative, experimental and distinctive. Its public ownership and not-for-profit status ensure all profit generated by its commercial activity is directly reinvested back into the delivery of its public service remit. As a publisher-broadcaster, Channel 4 is also required to commission UK content from the independent production sector and currently works with over 400 creative companies across the UK every year. In addition to the main Channel 4 service, its portfolio includes: E4, More4, Film4, 4Music, 4seven, channel4.com, video-on-demand service 4oD and standalone digital projects.

4oD, Channel 4’s successful video-on-demand service, enables viewers to catch up on content across Channel 4’s portfolio of channels for up to 30 days – and watch many classic shows from Channel 4’s extensive archive spanning over 30 years of broadcasting. 4oD is currently available online at Channel4.com as well as YouView, Virgin Media, BT Vision, Sky, Freesat Free Time, Samsung Connected TV, YouTube, iOS and Android mobiles and tablets, PS3 and XBox.

About EDF Energy London Eye

The EDF Energy London Eye is centrally located in the heart of the capital, gracefully rotating over the river Thames opposite Houses of Parliament and Big Ben. At 135m, the EDF Energy London Eye is the world’s tallest cantilevered observation wheel; a feat of design and engineering it has become the modern symbol representing the capital and a global icon. The experience showcases breathtaking 360 degree views of the capital and its famous landmarks and has been the number one visitor experience in the city for the past decade. The constant and graceful movement of the London Eye gives visitors an ever changing perspective of the best city in the world enhanced by interactive Samsung Galaxy Tab guides to assist guests with information on landmarks in several languages. An experience on the London Eye lifts you high enough to see up to 40km and keep you close enough to see the spectacular details of the city unfolding below you. Included in all London Eye experiences is the spectacular 4D cinema show, featuring the first ever 3D aerial footage of London and the famous London NYE fireworks.

About Wings for Life

All proceeds from Red Bull Revolutions In Sound are donated to Wings for Life.

Wings for Life was founded in 2004 by Red Bull CEO Dietrich Mateschitz and the two-time motocross world champion Heinz Kinigadner after Heinz’s son Hannes suffered a spinal cord injury during a motocross race for charity. 

Moved by Hannes’ dreadful injury, Mateschitz and Kinigadner set up the charity to fund cutting-edge research projects and clinical trials across the globe aimed at accelerating progress towards a cure for spinal cord injury. 

Since Wings for Life was first founded, 82 spinal cord research projects have been funded at the world’s most well-respected institutes and a number of vital breakthroughs have been made. The next major step will be to translate this research into clinical studies that ultimately lead to treatments for spinal cord injury.

The developments so far provide strong hope that treatment options are closer than they have ever been. However, intensive research work will be needed before a breakthrough in human medicine can be achieved. 

When you support Wings for Life, 100% of the money you donate will go to directly to spinal cord injury research as Red Bull Company generously cover all of the charity’s administrative costs. As such, 100% of the donations from Red Bull Revolutions In Sound will be spent on cutting-edge spinal research and prioritised for projects based in the UK. For example, Wings for Life UK fund projects at the University of Cambridge and the University of Oxford aimed at stimulating regeneration and repair in the spinal cord.