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Here’s how to get tickets for Kasabian’s UK tour

They'll be joined by Slaves on their For Crying Out Live UK tour this winter.

Leicester outfit Kasabian have announced they’ll be touring the UK later this year in support of their recent album, For Crying Out Loud. The band dropped the record in May of this year, their first since 2014’s 48:13.

The announcement comes as the rock four-piece prepare to headline Reading and Leeds Festival, celebrating their vast back-catalogue, including hit singles such as Days Are Forgotten from 2011’s Velociraptor and the more recent You’re In Love With A Psycho.

Kasabian launched into the scene with their iconic self-titled debut album in 2014, taking on the airways with their distinctive indie-rock sound. Tracks such as Reason Is Treason, Club Foot and L.S.F. carried the band across genre boundaries, finding a home in both underground rock clubs and popular music nights.

Their Reading and Leeds Festival headline slot, and their forthcoming UK run, comes off the back of critically acclaimed appearances at Glastonbury 2017 and at Glasgow’s inaugural TRNSMT Festival.

 

Here are those newly announced Kasabian headline tour dates. The band will be joined by Tunbridge Wells punk duo Slaves.

24 November – Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle
25 November – The SSE Hydro, GLasgow
26 November – BHGE Arena, Aberdeen
30 November – Manchester Arena, Manchester
1 December – The O2, London
2 December – The O2, London
4 December – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
5 December – Echo Arena, Liverpool
7 December – First Direct Arena, Leeds
8 December – Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham
9 December – Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham


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Tickets go on general sale at 9:30 on Thursday 31 August 2017 here. Definitely bookmark this link.

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General tickets will be available from at 9:30 on Thursday 31 August through Ticketmaster.co.uk.

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