Kings Of Leon to play Berlin Waldbühne
There's been a lot of comment on what's going to happen to the Olympic buildings now that they're no longer useful, but there are notable examples of Olympic buildings that have become successful since their initial purpose. One of these is the impressive Waldbühne in Berlin that was built for the 1936 Olympics, but is now one of the largest music venues in Europe.
Everyone's dad's favourite indie band Kings Of Leon are set to grace the stage on the 27th June 2013. Tickets are 70€ and are on sale now from Trinity Music. The gig will be in support of their forthcoming sixth studio album.
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Kings of Leon will release their fifth album, Come Around Sundown, on October 18th. It was recorded in New York at Avatar Studios and produced by Angelo Petraglia and Jacquire King. The album will be released on October 19 in the US via RCA Records. No reports on any pigeon related album artwork or song titles, but we'll keep you in the loop when we know more. http://www.kingsofleon.com/ [read more]
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