ONE of the biggest rock bands on the planet Kasabian have announced a rare and intimate show at Doncaster Dome next month.
The gig is a warm-up for their Teenage Cancer Trust shows in London, curated by former Oasis guitarist turned acclaimed solo star Noel Gallagher.
Having sold out stadiums and arenas and headlined festivals around the world, this will be a rare opportunity to see the Leicester four-piece in such an intimate setting.
Andy O’Grady, events manager at Doncaster Dome said: “We are absolutely thrilled to be welcoming Kasabian to the Dome.”
“They are complete rock legends and have a massive fan base that we are sure will come out and support them in Yorkshire.”
The chart-topping Kasabian are guitarist Sergio Pizzorno, singer Tom Meighan, bassist Chris Edwards and drummer Ian Matthews.
They have released four studio albums – Kasabian (2004), Empire (2006), West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum (2009), and Velociraptor! (2011).
Since their stunning headline performance at Reading and Leeds Festivals in the summer of 2012, the band have been hidden away in the studio working on new material.
This looks set to be the first chance to hear cuts from the band’s upcoming record - rumoured for release later this year.
Kasabian play Doncaster Dome on Tuesday 19th March.
Tickets costing £35 are available from Friday 15th February at 9am from the Dome Box office on 01302 370777 or via the website at www.the-dome.co.uk.