Award-winning Mancunian rapper Aitch has announced the launch of The Aitch-S2an initiative in collaboration with Relentless, providing hundreds of people with the opportunity to enjoy a summer without limits – allowing under 25s free train tickets to UK festivals, gigs and nightlife.

Aitch speaking on the initiative says: “I’m really excited to launch The Aitch-S2 with Relentless – there’s so much amazing culture around the UK, but for young people to experience it, they need to break out of their city limits, which is hard to do when its so expensive to travel outside your hometown.”

“I don’t want anyone missing out on what is going to be a summer to remember, so this initiative will help young Brits get back out there and have fun, no matter the location.”

In tandem to the music events and festivals post COVID-19 also coinciding with the rising cost of transport and living, the initiative aspires to alleviate financial barriers which come with travel expenses. The Aitch-S2 travel scheme will run for eight weeks from 5th July to 26th August. Under 25s from anywhere in the UK will be eligible to apply for free travel across the national rail network by visiting, with travel vouchers worth up to £100 allocated on a weekly basis.

The launch of the Aitch-S2 initiative marks Aitch’s second year heading up the Relentless Without Limits campaign, which aims to inspire the next generation to create and breathe British culture. As part of this year’s without limits campaign, Aitch fans will also be able to win a day with the rapper via an on-can promotion that will be running from August.

Aitch continues to have an eventful year, kickstarting the year 2022 with ArrDee on the Top 10 single, “War”, the Summer hit “Baby” with Ashanti, the Stone Roses-sampled “1989” and latest offering, “In Disguise” feat. Bakar. Gearing up to release his eagerly-anticipated debut album Close to Home on 19th August, Aitch will be embarking on a sold-out UK & Ireland headline tour in October to celebrate his album release.

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