Leicester rock band Kasabian have revealed they are recording new material for an album in a picture posted on their twitter account.Read the full story ›
The band were celebrating the Foxes success - by playing the first ever gig in the team's stadium.Read the full story ›
The gigs are tonight and tomorrow evening at the King Power Stadium.Read the full story ›
Kasabian have announced they will play a special one-off gig at the Leicester City ground as their team approach potential Premier League glory.
The rockers, who are from the Midlands city, said: "This has been an unbelievable year for the city and it seemed like the perfect thing to do this summer."
The gig will take place at the King Power Stadium on May 28th with tickets going on sale at 10am this Saturday.
... We cannot wait to throw the city the greatest party they have ever seen. Sergio X" Tickets onsale 10AM Saturday! https://t.co/pcw8suyBM3
Guitarist Serge tweeted: "We cannot wait to throw the city the greatest party they have ever seen. Sergio X."
Leicester City will play Manchester United at Old Trafford this Sunday May 1 with kick off at 2.05pm.
Capital FM Arena Nottingham have announced a second date for Kasabian as part of their autumn UK tour. The band will play at the venue on 29 November.
The announcement of an extra date comes as tickets for the venue’s first Kasabian gig on 28 November are almost sold out, 75 minutes after going on sale.
The news comes after they headlined Glastonbury, following a historic hometown show in front of 50,000 people at Leicester’s Victoria Park.
Kasabian's homecoming gig to 50,000 fans last weekend was a 'great success' according to Leicestershire Police.
They say that although public transport became busy, people were patient, and although 26 mobile phones were reported as stolen, ten were returned to their owners.
There was one minor public disorder incident.
This weekend the band will headline at Glastonbury - performing on the famous Pyramid Stage.
These were the scenes just after Kasabian finished their homecoming concert at Victoria Park in Leicester on Saturday night.
Around 50,000 people were there to witness the band's gig in Leicester ahead of their headline slot at Glastonbury this weekend.
Around fifty thousand people descended on Leicester last night for one of the biggest events in the city in recent times - Kasabian's home coming.
People travelled from far and wide to be there and Rajiv Popat was at Victoria Park soaking up the atmosphere.
Thousands are expected to flood into Victoria Park for Kasabian's massive home-coming gig in Leicester.