Kaiser Chiefs play a handful of unique gigs this summer in forests around the country. Get your tickets now to see the Leeds lads live.
Kaiser Chiefs - summer concerts
Updated: 21 January 2016
Kaiser Chiefs will hit the road this summer as part of the Forest Live concert series, performing in forests around the country.
The live dates are scheduled to start in Gloucestershire on Friday 17 June at Westonbirt Arboretum. The band will then head to Bedgebury Pinetum in Kent for a gig on 18 June. Their final June date will take place in North Yorkshire at Dalby Forest on 26 June.
Heading into July, Kaiser Chiefs will take their anthems to Cheshire’s Delamere Forest on 3 July and Staffordshire’s Cannock Chase on 10 July.
With hits such as I Predict A Riot, Ruby, Everyday I Love You Less and Less and those from their 2014 album, Education, Education, Education & War, you can be sure to expect high energy and a good time at one of Kaiser Chief’s 2016 concerts. See below for Kaiser Chiefs tour dates and available tickets.
About Kaiser Chiefs
The band from Leeds formed in 2000 and comprises Ricky Wilson (vocals), Andrew ‘Whitey’ White (guitar), Simon Rix (bass), Nick ‘Peanut’ Baines (keyboard) and Vijay Mistry (drums).
Kaiser Chiefs released their first album Employment in 2005. It was a huge success both commercially, it reached No.2 on the Official UK Albums Charts, and critically when it was nominated for the 2005 Mercury Music Prize.
The album was followed by 2007’s Yours Truly Angry Mob, which became their first UK No.1 album and included their hit single Ruby.
Kaiser Chiefs released Off With Their Heads (2008), The Future Is Medieval (2011) and, the compilation album, Souvenir – The Singles 2004-2012 (2012) in the following years.
In 2012 Kaiser Chiefs toured the UK followed by a North American tour. Following the Kaiser Chiefs tour, the band said goodbye to original drummer Nick Hodgson. Nick was replaced by Vijay Mistry. Kaiser Chiefs released their fifth studio album, the first with drummer Vijay Mistry, in March 2014.
The album, Education, Education, Education & War, became their second No.1 album in the UK and stayed at the top of the charts for two weeks.