Wrapped Up Olly Murs
14 July 2017, 11:38
Find out where else Brandon Flowers and co. are headed to this November.
Due to popular demand, The Killers have announced two new dates for their UK tour this year.
The Las Vegas rockers will now also play Birmingham's Genting Arena on Tuesday 7 November and the Manchester Arena on Tuesday 14 November.
Tickets are on sale now.
Monday 6 November - Birmingham, Genting Arena
Tuesday 7 November - Birmingham, Genting Arena *JUST ADDED
Friday 10 November - Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
Monday 13 November - Manchester Arena
Tuesday 14 November - Manchester Arena *JUST ADDED
Thursday 16 November - 3Arena, Dublin
Friday 17 November - SSE Arena, Belfast
Sunday 19 November - Leeds First Direct Arena
Monday 20 November - Glasgow The SSE Hydro
Thursday 23 November - Nottingham Motorpoint Arena
Saturday 25 November - Sheffield Arena
Monday 27 November - London, The O2
Tuesday 28 November - London, The O2
Meanwhile, the band are set to visit Radio X this Monday to discuss their dates and their new Wonderful Wonderful album with Gordon Smart from 7pm.
No doubt the band will live up to their live dates this autumn, if their recent UK shows are anything to go by.
The Killers' secret gig at Glastobnury 2017 saw them play the John Peel stage, delighting fans with several of their biggest hits.
Watch them perform All These Things I've Done here:
See them end the set with Mr. Brightside:
Their trip to Somerset was followed by a show-stopping performance at Hyde Park's British Summer Time, which marked their first gig in London for four years.
Watch them perform Jenny Was A Friend Of Mine:
See them play Human:
See the crowd chanting "I've got soul, but I'm not a soldier," during All These Things That I've Done:
Taking time to enjoy the moment, Brandon Flowers cued a picture of every British Summer Time headliner this year, showing their date as the only one to have a "SOLD OUT" stamp on it.
Their penultimate track came in the form of Sam's Town classic, When You Were Young, which you can watch a snippet of below:
Unsurprisingly, their biggest anthem came at the end of the night, leading to a glorious singalong of their Mr. Brightside hit.
See it here:
Going out in style, the outfit brought some Las Vegas glitz to the London gig, which was the fastest-selling show since The Rolling Stones' in 2013, ending their set with a huge fireworks display.
Watch it here: