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Official Merch

Campfire Crewneck Sweatshirt
$49.99 USD
Campfire Collector’s Tee
$34.99 USD
Campfire Collector’s Mug
$19.99 USD
Safe To Shore Tee
$29.99 USD
A Jolly Irish Christmas Vinyl
$23.99 USD
Folk Rock 'n Roll Long Sleeve Tee
$39.99 USD
Rend Co Pocket Tee
$29.99 USD
Smiley Trucker Hat
$19.99 USD
Whosoever CD
$12.99 USD
R/C SMILEY TEE
$29.99 USD
Rend Collective's tour

Live Photos of Rend Collective

Rend Collective at London, United Kingdom in O2 Shepherds Bush Empire 2024
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Fan Reviews

Cristina
February 20th 2024
The energy, passion, love, humour, talent of the musicians and just sheer joy at every single Rend Collective concert will never stop to amaze me and you walk out like I’ve just been part of a large family concert! Great acoustics, and didn’t need to use my ear plugs. Although the stage isn’t massive, the lights created a fab effect that went well with the campfire at the centre front (for their Campfire Album 10th anniversary); it was great to see them support Chris Rendeza from Tennessee (first time in London!). Whether you’re a Christian or not, you come a way feeling uplifted, encouraged, empowered, restored and healed emotionally and filled with peace. Venue: easy to find, close enough to Shepherd’s Bush.. we were seated in unreserved seating area on Level 3, seats are like benches and only about 40 cm deep! Plus it’s fairly high up, and if you sit in the first 7-8 rows you have the bannister in the line of view. We couldn’t stand up much (we did anyway) but it’s really tight, and hardly any space to go past people. We were told no water bottles in (there was a raffle system) and they charged £3.40 for a 500ml water without a lid, but could ask for tap water. Lots of stairs, only 2 toilets for women on each level but they work well if you don’t mind waiting a little. Overall I would book again, A joyful experience altogether!
London, United Kingdom@
O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
W David
February 18th 2024
More a glorious Praise Service/evening than a concert as Rend Collective came 'home' to that small Northern Ireland Town that is now one of the United Kingdom's newest Cities🤦😉😂 Truly God was in that place last night as the audience, both young and old, joined the Band as they celebrated the 10th anniversary of their 'Campfire' Album, in an uplifting evening of praise and worship to Our Great God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit 💙 ❤️ 🙏 ✝️
Bangor, United Kingdom@
Bangor Elim Church
Karen
November 12th 2023
Crazy talented band had the whole room jumping and dancing Irish jigs to amazing sounds of violin, mandolin, guitar, accordion, harmonica, you name it. Campfire tour is from the heart inviting all back to song, prayer, community. Rend Collective is next-level and up there with any Christian band performing today. Their Irish heritage creates a totally unique and utterly captivating sound.
Inman, KS@
365 Sports Complex
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About Rend Collective

The Story

Rend Collective is an eclectic collective of multi-instrumentalists from the North of Ireland. An inherent desire for something spiritually substantive in our increasingly artificial world is exactly what brought the movement of friends together. United by a common purpose, these twenty-somethings began exploring the intersection between God, life and community.

“The Rend Collective Experiment came together as a few friends started to pray and seek God. We wanted an authentic outworking of our faith and felt that we would just step out into the unknown and see what happened,” Gareth shares. “Before we knew it, people just started gathering around us and we had more than 100 people involved, musicians and artists, bank workers and teachers, and together we tried to figure out our faith.”

After many years in Ireland, the band felt the call to step out again into the unknown as the core 5 of the collective felt they were being called to reach more people. They have now grown into an international success with major tours with Chris Tomlin, MercyMe, Tenth Avenue North and Lecrae under their belts. Their heart is to bring not only a fresh approach to congregational worship, but also a heart and message through the spoken word. Their partnerships and tours with church leaders like Francis Chan, Louie Giglio and Shane Claiborne certainly shows this.

Concerning the band itself Gareth comments,”We are a collective of people like a family and not just a band. We want our music to be what we call Organic worship, an honest and natural connection with God, something which is authentic and not artificial. We want to create an environment for people to have genuine encounters with Him and to find themselves singing to Him in ways that they find real”
Show More
Band Members:
Bobby Russell, David Crowder, Glenn Woodward, Beth Croft, Patrick Thompson, Gabriella Llewellyn, Michael Walters, Gareth Gilkeson, etc, Ali Gilkeson, Tyler Santangelo, Will Herron, Stephen Mitchell, Andrew Parkes, Chris Llewellyn, Tom Hester
Hometown:
Bangor, United Kingdom

Live Photos of Rend Collective

Rend Collective at London, United Kingdom in O2 Shepherds Bush Empire 2024
View All Photos

Official Merch

Campfire Crewneck Sweatshirt
$49.99 USD
Campfire Collector’s Tee
$34.99 USD
Campfire Collector’s Mug
$19.99 USD
Safe To Shore Tee
$29.99 USD
A Jolly Irish Christmas Vinyl
$23.99 USD
Folk Rock 'n Roll Long Sleeve Tee
$39.99 USD
Rend Co Pocket Tee
$29.99 USD
Smiley Trucker Hat
$19.99 USD
Whosoever CD
$12.99 USD
R/C SMILEY TEE
$29.99 USD
Rend Collective's tour

Fan Reviews

Cristina
February 20th 2024
The energy, passion, love, humour, talent of the musicians and just sheer joy at every single Rend Collective concert will never stop to amaze me and you walk out like I’ve just been part of a large family concert! Great acoustics, and didn’t need to use my ear plugs. Although the stage isn’t massive, the lights created a fab effect that went well with the campfire at the centre front (for their Campfire Album 10th anniversary); it was great to see them support Chris Rendeza from Tennessee (first time in London!). Whether you’re a Christian or not, you come a way feeling uplifted, encouraged, empowered, restored and healed emotionally and filled with peace. Venue: easy to find, close enough to Shepherd’s Bush.. we were seated in unreserved seating area on Level 3, seats are like benches and only about 40 cm deep! Plus it’s fairly high up, and if you sit in the first 7-8 rows you have the bannister in the line of view. We couldn’t stand up much (we did anyway) but it’s really tight, and hardly any space to go past people. We were told no water bottles in (there was a raffle system) and they charged £3.40 for a 500ml water without a lid, but could ask for tap water. Lots of stairs, only 2 toilets for women on each level but they work well if you don’t mind waiting a little. Overall I would book again, A joyful experience altogether!
London, United Kingdom@
O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
W David
February 18th 2024
More a glorious Praise Service/evening than a concert as Rend Collective came 'home' to that small Northern Ireland Town that is now one of the United Kingdom's newest Cities🤦😉😂 Truly God was in that place last night as the audience, both young and old, joined the Band as they celebrated the 10th anniversary of their 'Campfire' Album, in an uplifting evening of praise and worship to Our Great God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit 💙 ❤️ 🙏 ✝️
Bangor, United Kingdom@
Bangor Elim Church
Karen
November 12th 2023
Crazy talented band had the whole room jumping and dancing Irish jigs to amazing sounds of violin, mandolin, guitar, accordion, harmonica, you name it. Campfire tour is from the heart inviting all back to song, prayer, community. Rend Collective is next-level and up there with any Christian band performing today. Their Irish heritage creates a totally unique and utterly captivating sound.
Inman, KS@
365 Sports Complex
View More Fan Reviews

About Rend Collective

The Story

Rend Collective is an eclectic collective of multi-instrumentalists from the North of Ireland. An inherent desire for something spiritually substantive in our increasingly artificial world is exactly what brought the movement of friends together. United by a common purpose, these twenty-somethings began exploring the intersection between God, life and community.

“The Rend Collective Experiment came together as a few friends started to pray and seek God. We wanted an authentic outworking of our faith and felt that we would just step out into the unknown and see what happened,” Gareth shares. “Before we knew it, people just started gathering around us and we had more than 100 people involved, musicians and artists, bank workers and teachers, and together we tried to figure out our faith.”

After many years in Ireland, the band felt the call to step out again into the unknown as the core 5 of the collective felt they were being called to reach more people. They have now grown into an international success with major tours with Chris Tomlin, MercyMe, Tenth Avenue North and Lecrae under their belts. Their heart is to bring not only a fresh approach to congregational worship, but also a heart and message through the spoken word. Their partnerships and tours with church leaders like Francis Chan, Louie Giglio and Shane Claiborne certainly shows this.

Concerning the band itself Gareth comments,”We are a collective of people like a family and not just a band. We want our music to be what we call Organic worship, an honest and natural connection with God, something which is authentic and not artificial. We want to create an environment for people to have genuine encounters with Him and to find themselves singing to Him in ways that they find real”
Show More
Band Members:
Bobby Russell, David Crowder, Glenn Woodward, Beth Croft, Patrick Thompson, Gabriella Llewellyn, Michael Walters, Gareth Gilkeson, etc, Ali Gilkeson, Tyler Santangelo, Will Herron, Stephen Mitchell, Andrew Parkes, Chris Llewellyn, Tom Hester
Hometown:
Bangor, United Kingdom

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