After their historic show at Leicester’s Victoria Park in 2014, Kasabian, one of the UK’s best and biggest bands, are set to return to their hometown for a massive headline show at the King Power Stadium on Saturday May 28th.
Currently holed up in a studio recording their sixth LP, vocalist Tom Meighan, guitarist and songwriter Serge Pizzorno, bassist Chris Edwards and drummer Ian Matthews will play the home of their beloved Leicester City FC in May. It will be the first time the band have played in the UK since their incendiary headline set at V Festival in 2015.
Serge Pizzorno says: ‘This has been an unbelievable year for the city and it seemed like the perfect thing to do this summer. We cannot wait to throw the city the greatest party they have ever seen.”
May Sat 28th LEICESTER, King Power Stadium
Kasabian have gone from dance-rock outsiders to one of the biggest rock bands in the world, selling out shows around the globe. Aside from cementing their reputation as one of the planet’s best live acts, they have established themselves through five albums –four of which went straight in the UK charts at number 1 – as one of the best and most innovative British rock bands ever with a slew of memorable singles including ‘Processed Beats’, ‘Club Foot’, ‘L.S.F’, ‘Empire’, ‘Shoot The Runner’, ‘Fire’, ‘Underdog’, ‘Days Are Forgotten’ and ‘eez-eh’.