See Stereophonics live in the UK’s biggest arenas this December! Find your tickets below to hear their new album, Keep The Village Alive.
Stereophonics UK arena tour
Updated: 25 August 2015
Stereophonics are back with their new album, Keep The Village Alive, and an arena tour of the UK.
Starting in Bournemouth on 2 December, the tour will take the four-piece around the UK with a massive final date at The O2 in London on 16 December.
Kelly Jones, Richard Jones, Jamie Morrison and Adam Zindani will play dates in Manchester, Leeds, Newcastle, Glasgow, Birmingham, Cardiff and Brighton on the 2015 tour that supports their new album.
Keep The Village alive is the Welsh group’s ninth studio album and includes C’est La Vie and I Wanna Get Lost With You. The classic rockers have spent the summer playing some of the UK’s biggest festivals and their 2015 tour looks to keep the party vibes going as Stereophonics treat fans to songs from their latest release.
With nine albums of material to choose from, Stereophonics 2015 tour will be one not to be missed. For the band’s 2013 dates, Graffiti On The Train tour, tickets sold out for all 16 arena concerts. Stereophonics have built an undisputed reputation of being an incredible live act – and are more than capable of wowing a large crowd – with Kelly Jones’ whiskey vocals and the band’s classic rock sound. They’re a band who you’ll have a good time with.
Throughout the years, some of Stereophonics incredible achievements include enjoying five consecutive UK number one albums (They were the eighth group to do so.), headlining the UK’s biggest festivals (from Glastonbury to V Festival) and selling over 9 million copies around the world.
Head to one of Stereophonics’ concerts this December to hear C’est La Vie, I Wanna Get Lost With You and their classic hits, such as Dakota, Maybe Tomorrow and Have A Nice Day.