Kasabian Birmingham concert 2022: date, how to get tickets for Utilita Arena - and full list of UK tour dates

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Kasabian are playing in Birmingham tonight - here’s what you need to know

Leicester rock band Kasabian are heading out on tour this autumn and bringing tracks from their new album with them.

The Alchemists Euphoria was released on August 5 and is the first full album since the band parted with former frontman Tom Meighan

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The band will play four arena dates this month, including one show in Birmingham.

Here’s what you need to know about how to get tickets, who will support Kasabian when they play in Birmingham, and what songs the band could bring to Birmingham.

When do Kasabian play in Birmingham?

Kasabian's Serge Pizzorno on stage.Kasabian's Serge Pizzorno on stage.
Kasabian's Serge Pizzorno on stage.

Kasabian will bring the Alchemists Euphoria tour to Birmingham on 4 November 2022.

The show will take place at the Utilita Arena.

Where else will Kasabian play?

The Birmingham show is the last of the four dates Kasabian have announced on their October/ November tour.

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The tour dates are due to start at the AO Arena in Manchester on 28 October.

The dates of all four of Kasabian’s autumn shows are listed below.

October 2022

28 October - Manchester, AO Arena Manchester

29 October - London, Alexandra Palace                                  

November 2022

2 November - Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena Cardiff

4 November - Birmingham, Utilita Arena

How can I get tickets?

To be in with the chance of getting early bird tickets, sign up to the Utilita Arena super fanclub.

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Members can get access to tickets from 9.15am on Thursday, 9 June.

Tickets for the Birmingham Utilita Arena gig go on general sale through the official arena website at 9.30am on Friday, 10 June.

Tickets start at £40.50 and all ticket prices include an admin fee.

What is the setlist?

The structure of the setlist is hard to predict given that the tour is many months away, but we can expect there to be a lot of songs from the new album.

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Mixed in with the new material is sre to be some of the classics that have become staples of the UK music scene over recent years.

To check out some of the setists from recent Kasabian shows, visit setlist.fm

Who is the support act?

Supporting Kasabian at all four shows is Wigan indie rock band The Lathums.

The band released their debut album last year and have enjoyed a successful year so far a year which will see them play at several summer festivals before heading out on tour with Kasabian.

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To check out some of The Lathums music and to find out more about the band, visit their official website.

What have Kasabian said about their new album?

Following the release of the tour dates, Kasabian frontman Sergio Pizzorno spoke of what fans can expect from The Alchemist’s Euphoria.

He said: “One thing about this record I feel over the other ones, is it definitely feels like a body of work that belongs together.

“It was a beautiful moment in mastering hearing it as a piece. I think it really holds up in our seven albums….The Magnificent Seven”.

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Who are Kasabian?

Kasabian are an indie rock band who formed in Leicester in 1997. They have released six studio albums, with number seven on its way in August.

The band has sold out gigs around the world and played in front of huge festival crowds on their way to becoming one of the most iconic names in British music.

Kasabian sacked their former frontman Tom Meighan after it was revealed the singer had assaulted his then fiance.

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