Kasabian have confirmed a 15-date run of intimate live shows for October/November 2021, including a hometown show in Leicester.

Kasabian 2021 UK Tour Dates:

Glasgow O2 Academy, 13 Oct
Liverpool University, 14
Cardiff Great Hall, 15
Leeds O2 Academy, 17
Lincoln Engine Shed, 18
Nottingham Rock City, 20
Sheffield O2 Academy, 21
Manchester O2 Victoria Warehouse, 22
Norwich UEA, 24
Newcastle O2 City Hall, 26
Leicester De Montfort Hall, 27
Bournemouth O2 Academy, 28
Southampton O2 Guildhall, 30
Bristol O2 Academy, 31
London O2 Academy Brixton, 02 Nov
London O2 Academy Brixton, 03 ***EXTRA DATE***
Birmingham O2 Academy, 04 ***EXTRA DATE***

Tickets on sale Friday (04 June) at 10am from Ticketmaster See Tickets

The tour will be the rocker’s first without former frontman Tom Meighan, who departed the band last year.

The group’s line-up will now consist of guitarist/vocalist Serge Pizzorno, bassist Chris Edwards, drummer Ian Matthews and the newly announced full-time addition of touring guitarist Tim Carter.

Kasabian took to their social media channels to share the exciting news of the tour saying, “We’re incredibly excited to announce these intimate shows. We love our band, our music and our fans too much to ever stop! We’ll be playing all the classic tunes plus something new for the mosh pit to bounce too. So come join us for the biggest party of 2021! See you there.” – Sergio, Chris and Ian x

After first forming in 1997, the band dropped their eponymous debut album in 2004, which reached No.4 on the UK Albums Chart. Follow-up releases include ‘Empire’ in 2006, ‘West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum’ in 2009, ‘Velociraptor!’ in 2011, ‘48:13’ in 2014 and latest album ‘For Crying Out Loud’ 2017.

Some of their biggest tracks include ‘Club Foot’, ‘Empire’, ‘Shoot The Runner’, ‘LSF’, ‘Fire’ and ‘Underdog’.

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