Kasabian have announced an outdoor show at Leeds Millennium Square next summer, as well as a selection of new and rescheduled shows across Ireland.
The band debuted their sixth album, Alchemist’s Euphoria, at number one in August and completed a UK arena tour last month.
Serge Pizzorno, Chris Edwards, Ian Matthews and Tim Carter are already set to play a few Irish dates in June, as well as next month’s TRNSMT festival in Glasgow.
The newly announced date at Leeds’ Millennium Square – which already featured some big acts in July this year including Richard Ashcroft – will take place on 7 July 2023 and will include some “very special guests” and does in
Kasabian have also shared details of a Dublin transfer date, a show at King John’s Castle in Limerick and a Sea Sessions show in Bundoran in June.
Tickets go on sale this Thursday (December 8) at 9:30am GMT and will be available to purchase. Here – see details of the new dates via the band’s latest tweets below.
☄️June 13, Dublin, Ireland, 3-Olympia Theater (rescheduled)
☄️June 14, Ireland, Limerick, King John Castle.
☄️June 16-18, Bundoran, Ireland, sea sessions.
🎫Tickets through Friday, December 9 https://t.co/3x7pubdP7a🎫 pic.twitter.com/vWuVRDSGrJ
— KasabianHQ (@KasabianHQ) December 6, 2022
In a four-star review of The Alchemist’s Euphoria, NME wrote: “Kasabian has always been about having a good time, and even though this is their most introspective record, it hints at euphoria to come.”
“In May, the frontman said NME: “This album is just us saying, ‘Let’s see what we can do—let’s see where we can take it.'” As evidenced by this stunning, eclectic and intimate record that still finds time for old hymns, the answer is: as much as they want. .