Kings of Leon has announced their return to the UK for three gigantic shows in 2020. The Nashville rock band will appear at London’s massive outdoor music festival at Finsbury Park on June 28, followed by a gig in Newcastle on July 7 and one in Leeds on the following day. Ticketmaster will be the hub for tickets to the shows, which will be available for purchase on Friday 7th, February at 9AM.
The four-piece group also unveiled the exciting supporting acts for their gig at Finsbury Park. Among the names include Cage the Elephant, The Big Moon, Soccer Mommy, and BBC Sound of 2020’s fourth runner-up Inhaler—an emerging Irish indie band led by Elijah Hewson who is the son of U2’s Bono. Kings of Leon also promised more artists to join the stage on the day.
In addition to the intriguing show at North London this June, the “Use Somebody” group will rock out their classic hits at Utilita Arena in Newcastle Upon Tyne on July 7. On July 8, the group will play at First Direct Arena in Leeds.
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These three upcoming shows mark Kings of Leon’s comeback to the UK after doing a show at Liverpool’s Sefton Park for Fusion Presents last year. The band belted out a 20-song setlist filled with their timeless hits from their 2003’s debut Youth & Young Manhood to 2016’s WALLS. This means that the fans can expect to sing along with their thunderous anthems like “Sex on Fire“, “Radioactive“, “Wait for Me“, and “Waste a Moment“.
Regarding London’s Finsbury Park, The 1975 is also revealed as one of the leading names to headline at the festival. The British band will be joined by artists from various genres with the likes of Charli XCX, Clairo, Phoebe Bridgers, beabadoobee, Cavetown, Deb Never, Pale Waves, and more.