Kasabian come to Bournemouth this month ahead of arena tour

Kasabian come to Bournemouth this month ahead of arena tour

Following a wild, triumphant week that saw the release of their brand new studio album Happenings, a truly euphoric secret set at Glastonbury’s Woodsies Stage, and a celebratory hometown headliner at Leicester’s Victoria Park this Saturday, today sees yet another installment of the band’s incredible run as Kasabian announce four huge November UK arena shows with special guests The Streets. Ahead of the arena tour, they are playing a string of dates this month, bringing them to Bournemouth’s O2 on July 23.

The four shows will see them visit Birmingham, Glasgow, Manchester and London’s O2 Arena. Pre Sale tickets will be available HERE from July 8th, with general sale tickets from July 10th.

It’s been a truly welcome return with Happenings being praised across the board.

Co-produced by Serge and Mark Ralph (Zara Larsson, Clean Bandit, Rudimental), the follow up to 2022’s #1 album The Alchemist’s Euphoria, Happenings is 10 quick, sharp, visceral doses of fresh heavy hitters, drawing inspiration from the anything-goes art performance late-1950s. Veering between the dance floor to the mosh pit, tracks over three minutes were outlawed (well nearly), and with those 10 tracks clocking up to 28 minutes and 51 seconds, Happenings is not only an album that never overstays its welcome, but leaves listeners craving more.


Sat 6th        LEICESTER, Victoria Park
Mon 22nd    BRISTOL, O2 Academy
Tue 23rd      BOURNEMOUTH, O2 Academy
Fri 26th        LATITUDE FESTIVAL (Headline)

NOVEMBER (plus special guests The Streets)
Fri 8th         BIRMINGHAM, bp pulse LIVE
Sat 9th        GLASGOW, OVO Hydro
Fri 15th       LONDON, The O2
Sat 16th      MANCHESTER, Co-op Live

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