Kings Of Leon Tour Bus On Fire
21 Dec 2010
Kings Of Leon Tour Bus On Fire
The band's biggest hit, "Sex on Fire" might get a new meaning after 2 of the band's tour busses caught in a fire blaze this morning. Tonight's Kings of Leon show has been postponed at a later date. A new date will be announced within 48 hours.

Kings of Leon are in the country and were set to play their final UK date of the year tonight, 21st December at the London O2 Arena. It was reported earlier today that 2 of the band’s tour busses had caught fire while parked outside The O2 Arena.
60 firemen from the London Fire Brigade were called to the scene this morning and are dealing with the blaze. A shock for the band and their crew, but fortunately no injuries were reported.

The sad news for fans is the announcement of the cancellation of tonight’s Kings of Leon concert at The O2 London. This has now officially been confirmed but a rescheduled date will be announced. A spokesperson promised the rescheduled date to be announced within 48 hours.

Previous dates of the Kings of Leon tour have been met with rave reviews and fans are already looking forward to see the band next summer when the Kings of Leon return for a series of open-air shows.

If you have missed out on Kings of Leon tickets for their current UK stint or are amongst those who can’t get enough of the mighty KOL, get your Kings of Leon tickets for the boys’ 2011 summer dates. See Kings of Leon live at Coventry, Newport, Sunderland, Manchester, London and Edinburgh.

Sunderland Stadium of Light (17th June)
Manchester Old Trafford Cricket Ground (19th June)
London Hyde Park (22nd June)
London Hyde Park (23rd June)
Edinburgh Murrayfield Stadium (26th June)