July 31 Thursday, 7:00 PM Kings of Leon
Verizon Wireless Amphitheater St Louis - Maryland Heights, MO
August 1 Friday, 7:00 PM Kings of Leon
DTE Energy Music Center - Clarkston, MI
August 5 Tuesday, 7:00 PM Kings of Leon
Molson Amphitheatre - Toronto, ON
August 7 Thursday, 8:00 PM Kings of Leon
Xfinity Theatre - Hartford, CT
August 9 Saturday, 7:00 PM Kings of Leon
Xfinity Center - MA - Mansfield, MA
August 10 Sunday, 7:00 PM Kings of Leon
Saratoga Springs Performing Arts Center - Saratoga Springs, NY
August 13 Wednesday, 7:00 PM Kings of Leon
Nikon at Jones Beach Theater - Wantagh, NY
August 15 Friday, 7:00 PM Kings of Leon
Jiffy Lube Live - Bristow, VA
August 16 Saturday, 7:00 PM Kings of Leon
Bethel Woods Center for the Arts - Bethel, NY
August 19 Tuesday, 7:00 PM Kings of Leon
Darien Lake Performing Arts Center - Darien Lake, NY
August 20 Wednesday, 7:00 PM Kings of Leon
Blossom Music Center - Cuyahoga Falls, OH
August 22 Friday, 7:00 PM Kings of Leon
Riverbend Music Center - Cincinnati, OH
August 23 Saturday, 7:00 PM Kings of Leon
Klipsch Music Center IN - Noblesville, IN
August 26 Tuesday, 7:00 PM Kings of Leon with Young the Giant and Kongos
Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion at Meadowbrook - Gilford, NH
August 28 Thursday, 7:00 PM Kings of Leon
PNC Bank Arts Center - Holmdel, NJ
August 29 Friday, 7:00 PM Kings of Leon
First Niagara Pavilion - Burgettstown, PA
September 3 Wednesday, 7:00 PM Kings of Leon
Farm Bureau Live At Virginia Beach - Virginia Beach, VA
September 5 Friday, 7:00 PM Kings of Leon
MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre - Tampa Bay, FL
September 6 Saturday, 7:00 PM Kings of Leon
Cruzan Amphitheatre - West Palm Beach, FL
September 9 Tuesday, 7:00 PM Kings of Leon
Aarons Amphitheatre at Lakewood - Atlanta , GA
September 10 Wednesday, 7:00 PM Kings of Leon
Oak Mountain Amphitheatre - Pelham, AL
September 12 Friday, 7:00 PM Kings of Leon
Gexa Energy Pavilion - Dallas, TX
September 13 Saturday, 7:00 PM Kings of Leon
Austin360 Amphitheater - Austin, TX
September 16 Tuesday, 7:00 PM Kings of Leon
PNC Music Pavilion Charlotte - Charlotte, NC
September 17 Wednesday, 7:00 PM Kings of Leon
Walnut Creek Ampitheatre - Raleigh, NC
September 24 Wednesday, 7:00 PM Kings of Leon
Red Rocks Amphitheatre - Morrison, CO
September 26 Friday, 7:00 PM Kings of Leon
Isleta Amphitheater - Albuquerque, NM
September 27 Saturday, 7:00 PM Kings of Leon
MGM Grand Garden Arena - Las Vegas, NV
September 30 Tuesday, 7:00 PM Kings of Leon
Sleep Train Amphitheatre - Wheatland - Marysville-Wheatland, CA
October 1 Wednesday, 7:00 PM Kings of Leon
Concord Pavilion at Concord - Concord, CA
October 3 Friday, 8:00 PM Kings of Leon
Hollywood Bowl - Los Angeles, CA
October 5 Sunday, 7:00 PM Kings of Leon
Verizon Wireless Amphitheater Irvine Meadows - Irvine, CA


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Kings of Leon, also known as The Kings or KOL, is an American Grammy award-winning alternative rock band from Nashville, Tennessee, formed in 1999 by brothers Anthony "Caleb" Followill (lead vocals and rhythm guitar), Ivan "Nathan" Followill (drums, percussion and backing vocals) and Michae... More

Kings of Leon Information

Kings of Leon, also known as The Kings or KOL, is an American Grammy award-winning alternative rock band from Nashville, Tennessee, formed in 1999 by brothers Anthony "Caleb" Followill (lead vocals and rhythm guitar), Ivan "Nathan" Followill (drums, percussion and backing vocals) and Michael "Jared" Followill (bass guitar, backing vocals and keyboard), with their cousin Cameron "Matthew" Followill (lead guitar, backing vocals and piano). Each member of the family goes by their second name as opposed to their first name[1]. The band's early music was an upbeat blend of southern rock and garage rock influences. As of 2009, Kings of Leon have had nine Top 40 singles in the United Kingdom, including a number-one with the hit single "Sex on Fire"

The three brothers spent much of their youth traveling around the South with their father, Ivan "Leon" Followill, a traveling Pentecostal Church preacher and their mother, Betty-Ann, who taught them when they were not in school. Jared and Caleb were born in Tennessee, while Nathan and Matthew were born in Oklahoma. The group's name is derived from Nathan, Caleb, and Jared's father and grandfather, who were both named Leon[3]. According to Rolling Stone magazine, "While Leon preached at churches and tent revivals throughout the Deep South, the boys attended services and were occasionally enlisted to bang on some drums. They were home-schooled or enrolled in small parochial schools. Except for a five-year stretch when they settled in Jackson, Tennessee, the Followills spent their childhoods driving through the South in a purple 1988 Oldsmobile, decamping for a week or two wherever Leon was scheduled to preach."

The boys' fates as followers of fundamentalist Christianity seemed sealed until 1997, when their father resigned from the church and divorced his wife. After this upset the two eldest brothers moved to Nashville, hoping to break into the music scene. They quickly ran into Nashville songwriter and producer Angelo Petraglia, who introduced the brothers to the influences of The Rolling Stones and Johnny Cash.