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Kings of Leon at Manchester AO Arena

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Kings Of Leon are an indie-rock band from Nashville, consisting of brothers Caleb, Nathan and Jared Followill, along with their cousin Matthew Followill.

Kings of Leon will be performing 1 event in Manchester on Tuesday 5th July 2022 at the AO Arena.

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Kings Of Leon in Manchester - Ticket Options

Tuesday 5th July 2022 Manchester, UK UK
Official face value from £51.40. Resale tickets from £109.71.
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Address: Manchester AO Arena, Victoria Station, Manchester City Centre, Manchester, M3 1AR
Telephone: 08448478000
Venue Capacity: 21000
The Manchester AO Arena is a 21,000 capacity live music, entertainment, and sporting event venue based in Manchester's City Centre. Considered one of the busiest as well as the largest arenas in Europe, it's played host to a number of massive occasions since it opened its doors back in 1995, including the 2002 Commonwealth Games.
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