Kings of Leon / June 2009 UK Tour

By on Tuesday, 11th November 2008 at 9:15 am
 

Kings of Leon have announced two more dates next summer around the UK to continue their status as one of our biggest and most popular bands.

I’m guessing they may add a few more dates to make it worth their while, or play a few European festivals around the festival times… we’ll see in due course.

Tickets go on sale at 9am this Friday 14th November with all tickets priced at £32.50 each. Catch them at:

Monday 15th June 2009 – The O2 Arena, London.
Monday 22nd June 2009 – Manchester Evening News Arena.

(Some tickets go on presale from here from 9am tomorrow, 12th November by the way)

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6 Responses

5:39 pm
5th January 2009

is there any tickets left for the manchester gig

7:57 pm
5th January 2009

Looking around there are a few left – See Tickets and Ticketmaster have a few tickets left (direct links to the relevant pages).

Good Luck 🙂

3:16 pm
5th June 2009

who are their support acts for the 23rd june manchester arena concert? i cant find out anywhere…anybody no?

11:23 pm
13th June 2009

does anybody know who is supporting them at the M.E.N ????

1:08 pm
14th June 2009

i heard that glasvegas are meant to be supporting at m.e.n but unsure how true this info is

10:45 am
19th June 2009

glasvegas are supporting on 22/23 june visit glasvegas website this confirms it.

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