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Kaiser Chiefs at Cardiff Castle

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Kaiser Chiefs are an English indie-rock band from Leeds, currently consisting of frontman Ricky Wilson, guitarist Andrew White, bassist Simon Rix, keyboardist Nick ‘Peanut’ Baines and drummer Vijay Mistry.

Kaiser Chiefs will be performing 1 event in Cardiff on Saturday 10th July 2021 at the Castle.

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Sat Jul 10 2021 Cardiff, UK UK
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Kaiser Chiefs Depot In The Castle 2021
Cardiff, Cardiff Castle

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Kaiser Chiefs Depot In The Castle 2020
Cardiff, Cardiff Castle

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Address: Cardiff Castle, Castle St, Cardiff, CF10 3RB
Telephone: 029 2087 8100
Venue Capacity: 10000
Cardiff Castle is a historical landmark that lies on the eponymous Castle Street in Cardiff's city centre. A medieval castle erected back in 55AD, it's survived through the ages and now serves as an attraction for locals rather than a protective force. It also hosts concerts, with a capacity of up to 10000 people - recent names that have performed include Sir Tom Jones and Stereophonics, and Green Day.