The Killers have rescheduled their Imploding The Mirage Stadium Tour and will be heading to the UK and Ireland in 2021, with special guests Blossoms, Sam Fender and Manic Street Preachers.
The Killers 2021 Tour Dates:
Doncaster Keepmoat Stadium, 25 May + Blossoms
Bristol Ashton Gate, 27 + Manic Street Preachers
Coventry Ricoh Stadium, 29 + Manic Street Preachers
Southampton St Mary’s Stadium, 31 + Blossoms
Norwich Carrow Road Stadium, 02 June + Blossoms
London Emirates Stadium, 04 + Sam Fender
London Emirates Stadium, 05 + Sam Fender
Falkirk The Stadium, 08 + Blossoms
Middlesbrough Riverside Stadium, 10 + Manic Street Preachers
Manchester Emirates Old Trafford, 12 + Blossoms
Dublin Malahide Castle, 15 + Sam Fender
Dublin Malahide Castle, 16 + Sam Fender
The tour will be in support of their highly anticipated sixth studio album ‘Imploding The Mirage’, which was originally due to land on 29 May 2020. The release date has since been pushed back due to “delays in finalizing the album” with a new arrival date confirmed for Friday 21 August 2020.
In the meantime, the band has shared brand new track ‘Fire In Bone’, the second track to come from the upcoming album following recent single ‘Caution’.
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Since dropping their 2004 debut album ‘Hot Fuss’ featuring breakthrough singles ‘Mr Brightside’ and ‘Somebody Told Me’, the Las Vegas rockers have sold an incredible 28 million albums.
Their 2006 follow-up ‘Sam’s Town’ included further hit tracks like ‘When You Were Young’ and ‘Read My Mind’. The Killers third studio album ‘Day & Age’ received widespread critical acclaim in 2008, as did lead single ‘Human’.
In 2012 they unveiled ‘Battle Born’ followed by 2017s ‘Wonderful Wonderful’ LP, which saw the group achieve a record-breaking fifth consecutive UK No.1 album and reach top the US chart for the first time.
Last year the band released stand-alone track ‘Land Of The Free’ along with an accompanying Spike Lee directed video. They then went on to headline Glastonbury Festival for a second time, playing a spectacular set of hits with Pet Shop Boys and Johnny Marr joining them on stage for an unforgettable encore.
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Don’t miss The Killers on tour in 2021!