Queens of the Stone Age tickets

Queens of the Stone Age Tickets

Queens of the Stone Age Finsbury Park, London

Saturday 30th June 2018
Queens of the Stone Age Fan Reviews (6) 4.8
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"Brilliant Performance"
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Queens of the Stone Age, The O2 Arena, London - 21st November 2017

The concert opened up with a band called Broncho. We weren't sure what to make of it at first because we couldn't understand a word that was sung. Despite this, we gradually got to like it and decided that the lead singer must be insane with the different sounds coming out of his mouth. The band played non-stop, flowing from one "song" to another. It was fairly good although we probably wouldn't pay to go and see them.

Needless to say, Queens of the Stone Age were just awesome. As they came out on stage, excitement rippled around the O2 and a huge roar arose from the crowd. Qotsa played a mix of old and new songs, just the right balance for the fans, in my opinion. Their music certainly makes you move in some way, whether it's tapping your foot, slapping your hand on your knee,
clapping, playing air guitar/ drums, jigging about in your seat, dancing, or jumping around in the mosh pit. The light show that went with the music was great as was the display on the two large screens on the right and left above the stage. It is difficult to describe the concert as it was just pure emotion. The band played solidly and then came back on and played 2 more tracks. We certainly got our money's worth and they're highly recommended as a "must see" band.

Posted anonymously on 22/11/2017

"Brilliant gig!!!"
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Queens of the Stone Age, The O2 Arena, London - 21st November 2017

Fantastic gig at a great venue, everything was so well organised at the O2 arena, not really sure why they had to remove the top of my coke bottle though, my mum stopped doing that for me many many years ago!!!!

Posted by Barry Llewelyn on 22/11/2017

"Rock and roll at its best"
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Queens of the Stone Age, The O2 Arena, London - 21st November 2017

So special to see these guys live, and the video editing was brilliant

Posted by Samuel esq on 22/11/2017

"Rocking it out!"
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Queens of the Stone Age, The O2 Arena, London - 21st November 2017

Queens of the Stone Age hit the ground running and blew everyone away with heavy bass and, awesome drums and some killer tunes! Great gig and would highly recommend seeing them live as you're guaranteed to walk away smiling!

Posted by Q1988 on 22/11/2017

"Incredible night"
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Queens of the Stone Age, The O2 Arena, London - 21st November 2017

Despite the awfulness of the supporting band Broncho, this was still an unforgettable night with QoftSA completely rocking everyone’s socks off with an incredible set list. It was a great mix of songs from their new album and other well known songs. This did not feel like a Tuesday night gig - it was Saturday night all the way.

Posted by Eve on 22/11/2017

The brainchild of singer-songwriter and guitarist Josh Homme, American rock band Queens of the Stone Age have had a tumultuous, fascinating and productive career since forming in 1996. Many of the original group have long since been and gone, and new faces are continually appearing in the lineup. This has helped to keep the music fresh and is one of the reasons why Queens of the Stone Age tickets are so highly sought after.

With the upcoming release of their exciting album Villains they have announced a huge show at The O2 Arena in London and The SSE Arena in London during November to promote the new material.

With everyone after Queens of the Stone Age tickets you will need to be quick about ordering yours. You can place any order through Gigantic using your smartphone, tablet or computer. With these tickets being released at 09:00 on Wednesday 21st of June, we advise that you set a personal reminder right now so you can be alerted with a text message or an email when they become available.

Homme formed the group, originally called Gamma Ray, after his previous band, Kyuss, broke up in 1995. He was joined by Soundgarden drummer Matt Cameron, Monster Magnet guitarist John McBain and Screaming Trees bassist Van Conner. Thanks in part to its revolving-door model, the band are renowned for showcasing diverse musical styles, ranging from blues-inspired tracks to metal and garage rock. They have also been among the most critically acclaimed rock outfits of the last 15 years.

In 1998, Queens of the Stone Age released their debut, self-titled album. Although the LP didn’t attract a lot of mainstream attention, it did lead to a contract with Interscope Records. For the second album, ‘Rated R’, which was released in 2000, Homme assembled a new group of musicians, including Kyuss bassist Nick Oliveri. Three tracks from the LP, ‘Feel Good Hit of the Summer’, ‘The Lost Art of Keeping a Secret’ and ‘Monsters in the Parasol’, were released as singles and they helped to boost the band’s popularity. The record also cemented the group’s reputation as an adventurous and unpredictable hard rock act.

In 2002, former Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl joined Queens for the album ‘Songs for the Deaf’, delighting those who saw the subsequent Queens of the Stone Age tour. Three years later, the band released their ‘Lullabies to Paralyze’ LP, which saw collaborations with guitarist Troy Van Leeuwen and drummer Joey Castillo, among others. It debuted at number five on the Billboard 200 and sold nearly 100,000 copies in America during its first week of release.

The two most recent albums, ‘Era Vulgaris’ (2007) and ‘Like Clockwork’ (2013), have both received widespread critical acclaim, helping to fuel demand for Queens of the Stone Age concerts. If you want to see this electrifying, high-energy band in person, keep checking our website for Queens of the Stone Age tour dates.

Organisers have only made limited supplies of Queens of the Stone Age concert tickets available so do not hang around and book yours before they go. Gigantic always has a huge range of essential gig tickets on offer. So, come and take advantage of our ten years of experience giving excellent customer service whenever you are planning your big night out.

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