Kings Of Leon are playing a tiny London show, and they’re doing it tonight

They’ll be taking their stadium fillers to The 229 for a ridiculous evening

Kings Of Leon have announced a tiny show this evening (October 18th) in London, taking over The 229 in Great Portland Street.

After the release of seventh studio album WALLS last week, it’s set to be one of the smallest shows the Followill clan have played in a very long time. Like we’re genuinely concerned how the venue is going to be able to withstand those stadium-sized choruses without doing it some damage.

Tickets for the show will be available from the venue box office at 1pm on a first come first serve basis, with only 1 ticket available per person – and all for only £20.

We’re grabbing our coat now, see you in the queue…

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