Kings of Leon's UK summer 2020 shows: how to get tickets

8 February 2020, 09:30 | Updated: 14 February 2020, 09:03

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The rockers will play a headline show in Finsbury Park, plus dates in Leeds and Newcastle.

Kings of Leon have announced a huge headline show at Finsbury Park with more UK dates announced.

The Nashville band will return to London for the first time in three years for a performance in the north London location on 28 June 2020.

Caleb Followill and co will be joined by Courteeners, Cage The Elephant, Inhaler, Soccer Mommy and The Big Moon - with more special guests to be announced across two stages.

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The Followills have also announced two UK dates, which will take place at the Newcastle Utilita Arena on 7 July and the Leeds First Direct Arena on 8 July.

Tickets go on sale from on Friday 7 February from 9am.

2016 saw Kings Of Leon release their WALLS album, which was their first to simultaneously hit No.1 in the US and the UK, and their fifth consecutive album to debut at the top spot in the UK.

See Kings of Leon's 2020 UK dates:

Friday 28 June - Finsbury Park, London

Tuesday 7 July - Newcastle Utilita Arena

Wednesday 8 July - Leeds First Direct Arena

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