Heirs to the crown rule of Oasis and The Stone Roses, Leicester’s rock rogues celebrate 20 years together with an Opera House debut filled with colossal riffs and choruses to the rafters.

Anointed best live act by NME and Q Magazine, Kasabian hit stadium status with the expansive 48:13. Headlining Glastonbury with the swagger of guitar-slinging greats, co-frontmen Tom Meighan and Sergio Pizzorno have fought their way to the top with a canon of ragged anthems including Club Foot, Fire and Days are Forgotten.

Four number one albums, a Brit Award, four Q Awards and seven NME Awards later, the rock ‘n roll underdogs will play unreleased anthems and riff-heavy favourites for two nights exclusively at the Opera House.

Memories from last time…

The two shows are on the the 8 and 9 of March… get on it as tickets will sell fast!

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