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Kings Of Leon announce UK & Ireland arena tour for summer 2022 including rescheduled shows in Newcastle and Leeds.

Kings Of Leon 2022 Tour Dates:

Birmingham Resorts World Arena, 13 June
Leeds First Direct Arena, 14
Dublin 3Arena, 24
Belfast SSE Arena, 26
Glasgow SSE Hydro, 28
Newcastle Utilita Arena, 29
London The O2, 01 July
London The O2, 02 ***EXTRA DATE***
Manchester AO Arena, 05

Tickets on sale now from Ticketmaster AXS The Ticket Factory See Tickets (Original tickets remain valid)

Tickets for extra London date on sale Friday (24 September) at 4pm Ticketmaster AXS See Tickets

Tickets for Irish shows on sale Tuesday (28 September) at 9am from Ticketmaster

The tour will be in support of the band’s eighth studio album and sixth successive UK No.1 album ‘When You See Yourself’, which released back in March 2021.

Fans can also expect show setlists to draw on material from their previous seven hit albums, including 2003’s debut ‘Youth And Young Manhood’ through to 2016s ‘Walls’, which debuted simultaneously at No.1 in the UK and USA. Their most successful album to date remains their 2008 release ‘Only By The Night’. The record has been certified 10x platinum and was one of the biggest selling albums of the last decade.

Kings Of Leon have taken home two BRIT Awards, four Grammy Awards and achieved five consecutive No.1 UK albums.

The new UK arena dates include the rockers first return to Manchester in over eight years and marks five years since their last performances in Birmingham and London. The shows will also be their first UK gigs since headlining Reading and Leeds Festivals in 2018.

The band is Caleb (guitar/vocals), Nathan (drums), Jared (bass) and Matthew Followill (guitar).

Don’t miss them live on tour next year!

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