Kaiser Chiefs - Tickets

Kaiser Chiefs - Tickets

The Stay Together Tour.

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Kaiser Chiefs - Live After RacingSTAFFORDSHIRE
Sat, 20/05/17
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Event Info

The Kaiser Chiefs will be embarking on their first UK tour in two years in support of their sixth studio album, ‘Stay Together’.

The ‘Oh My God’ hit makers will be performing fan favourites including ‘Ruby’ and ‘I Predict A Riot’ as well as brand new material including their most recent singles ‘Parachute’ and ‘Hole In My Soul’.

Led by front man Ricky Wilson, the band is known for putting on one hell of a show and they always get the audience pumped up with their energetic performances, so this is one concert you really don’t want to miss out on.

Make sure you get your Kaiser Chiefs tickets before it’s too late!
    Kaiser Chiefs
      4.5 stars, from 10 Fan reports
  • Leeds - first direct arena


    Great night from Paul, 17/02/15
    Really impressed with venue. Paid extra for the luxury experience as a present for my wife. Warm greeting from staff and nice touch with welcome glass of bubbly. Great to be able to relax in comfortable seated area before gig, meal provided was good. Arena layout very good and great view from seats, entrance/exit really good. Great that experience allows you to go back into lounge at end of show to give time for crowd to disperse. Now to the band, Chiefs were great again, really got crowd going and lighting/effects very good. Would recommend paying extra for the experience.
  • Leeds - first direct arena


    Entertaining and Creative but ruined by support from Jo WW, 16/02/15
    Really took some getting into following the support act hence the good rating. They kind of set the mood for me and it wasnt a good one, I wasnt expecting anything overly special but words cannot describe how annoying & repetative they were with some weird computerised/monotone voice intended to replicate old fashioned radio/tv broadcasting, had they at least made the effort to involve the crowd personally by actual speaking themselves or attempting vocals themselves it would have been a little more bearable. I was actually at the point where I just wanted to walk out. Once the Kaiser Chiefs came on it took me sometime for my ears to recover from the support act and my mood to lift. With the Kaisers one or two performaces and involving crowds were almost identical to when I saw them at a festival last year which was a bit predictable from my point of view. The sound and lighting was really good and obviously the songs themselves were performed brilliantly as expected, I also liked the creativity towards the end with the mock backstage roasting. The atmosphere when I predict a riot came on made the hairs on the back of your neck stand up!
  • Leeds - Leeds arena


    Great energy from Suecashier, 16/02/15
    Venue easy to find. Support act werent my cup of tea, but others with me enjoyed them. Ricky Wilson full of energy (and easy on the eye). Stairs to get up to row P on second floor were quite steep. We had to come down them before the band finished to avoid getting squashed on the way down with our 10 year old. Only disappointment was the guy smoking the e-cigarette next to me. I thought they werent allowed but there was no way to report it. Wembley have a number you can text for antisocial behaviour. Could do with one of those in the arena.