Kings Of Leon Announce Special Guests For 2022 UK Tour


Kings Of Leon have announced the opening acts for their 2022 UK tour – find tickets here.

The Nashville band will return to these shores this summer to support their eighth studio album, “When You See Yourself”, released in March 2021.

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KOL are set to begin the move to Resorts World Arena in Birmingham on June 13 before heading to Leeds (June 14), Glasgow (28), Newcastle (29), London (July 1 and 2) and Manchester (5).

Further shows in Dublin (June 24) and Belfast (26) were added to the race last September.

Today (March 23) it was confirmed that Inhaler and The Snuts will be joining the Followill clan as special guests on select dates for the upcoming tour.

Inhaler will open for the band in Birmingham and Manchester, while The Snuts are set to perform in Glasgow, Newcastle and at the first gig in London on July 1.

“It is an honor for us to support @KingsOfLeon this summer”, inhaler wrote on Twitter. “One of the bands that shaped our childhood and truly one of our favorite rock ‘n’ roll bands of all time. What a year this turns out to be.

During a Big Read cover interview with NME Last March, Kings Of Leon announced their desire to get back on the road after the COVID lockdown.

“I want to go out and live life to the fullest, and really drink and enjoy every moment this time around,” frontman Caleb explained. “And hopefully we’ll be saying that again in 20 years.”

You can see the full Kings Of Leon UK & Ireland 2022 tour schedule below and find all remaining tickets here.

Kings Of Leon will play:

13 – Birmingham, Resorts World Arena
14 – Leeds, first direct arena
24 – Dublin, 3 Arena
26 – Belfast, SSE Arena
28 – Glasgow, the SSE Hydro
29 – Newcastle, Utilita Arena

1 – London, the O2
2 – London, the O2
5 – Manchester, AO Arena

Meanwhile, Kings Of Leon is set to headline Boardmasters 2022 alongside George Ezra and Disclosure. The band will also headline this year’s Mad Cool Festival, which returns to Madrid in July.


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