Leeds Brit-pop band the Kaiser Chiefs will be checking in at Amsterdam’s Heineken Music Hall on November 9th as part of their European tour. The band, who released their fourth studio album ‘The Future is Medieval’ earlier this year, went down a storm at this year’s biggest music festivals.
Kaiser Chiefs first arrived on the global music scene in 2005 when they released their debut album, Employment. It was soon short listed for a Mercury Music Prize after their biggest hits from the album, ‘Oh My God’ and ‘I Predict A Riot’, became UK chart successes.
A Sell Out Expected
This was followed by more success with the release of their second album entitled, Yours Truly, Angry Mob. The first single from the album, 'Ruby' became Kaiser Chiefs biggest hit to date when it went straight to number one in the UK charts.
Fans attending the concert in Amsterdam can expect a mixture of hits, old and new. Tickets are still available online but are selling out fast.
For those who want to see the Kaiser Chiefs at the Heineken Music Hall this November as well as everything else that this great city has to offer, book your cheap flights to Amsterdam at Jet2.com.