This will be Followville’s first UK show since 2018.
Kings of Leon have announced a UK arena show in support of their latest album When You See Yourself.
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The two shows, in Leeds and Newcastle, constitute rescheduled gigs that were announced earlier but were delayed by the coronavirus pandemic. Original tickets to those shows remain valid.
The rest are completely new dates that will mark the band’s first UK show since 2018. Full tour dates are below.
Kings of Leon will play:
13 – Birmingham, Resorts World Arena
14 – Leeds, First Direct Arena
28 – Glasgow, SSE Hydro
29 – Newcastle, Utility Arena
1 – London, O2
5 – Manchester, AO Arena
Tickets will be available for sale this Friday (September 24) at 9.30am BST. you can find them Here.
It is unclear whether the show will feature the band’s Matthew Followil, who announced in July that he would be taking time off from the band following the birth of his and wife Johanna’s new child.
Followville did not appear on the band’s recent US dates, with touring member Timothy Deux replacing him, and former touring member Chris Coleman returning to cover the role of Deux.
Earlier this month, Kings of Leon announced that they plan to begin a “historic” milestone by becoming the first band to send NFTs into space.
They were one of the first major music acts to adopt a non-fungible token (NFT) sale, their latest album being one of the first major records to be released as a collection of digital NFTs. NFT sales of ‘When You See Yourself’ grossed $2 million.