English rockers Kasabian have announced a quick tour of North America this fall, where they will play six dates in November. The Leicester-based band will be gigging the UK festival circuit this summer, so their sound will be on point for this series of shows.
The band is hitting the big cities you would expect for a quick tour of this type. Kasabian starts at the Vic Theatre in Chicago on Saturday, November 11, before playing Danforth Music Hall Theatre in Toronto the next day. Dates at Webster Hall in New York and the 9:30 Club in D.C. follow before they swing to the West Coast. Kasabian then closes the tour with shows on Tuesday, November 21, at The Regency Ballroom in San Francisco and Wednesday, November 22, at Belasco Theater in Los Angeles.
Check out a full list of dates and venues at the end of this post.
Tickets for this tour are very reasonable. The show in Los Angeles has general admission tickets going for less than $50 on Immortal Seats with no hidden costs or fees. That is an outstanding price to watch a band with over 25 years of experience and seven studio albums to pull hits from. Expect to hear songs like ‘Fire,’ ‘Days Are Forgotten,’ and ‘Underdog,’ with the band’s mix of indie rock, electronica, and space rock still sounding as fresh today as it did in the late 90s.