Kings of Leon Tickets

Kings of Leon

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All ages. Under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

Making its debut on the Las Vegas Strip, the Boulevard Brew Fest will feature more than 50 breweries, including selections handcrafted by Las Vegas-based craft brewery favorites, in addition to an amazing lineup of including Kings of Leon, Young the Giant and Kongos. 

Kings of Leon's history is the epitome of a mythological rock & roll story. The Followill brothers are sons of a preacher man who were raised on the road throughout the South, traveling from one Pentecostal church service to the next. The boys' fates as followers of fundamentalist Christianity seemed sealed until the two eldest brothers moved to Nashville, hoping to break into music. In 2000, the two met a singer who helped them find a manager.

The group's debut EP, Holy Roller Novocaine, and album, Youth and Young Manhood came out in 2003. The band's retro-chic look, long hair, mustaches, Seventies-style clothing and blend of Southern boogie with gritty garage rock inspired comparisons to both Lynyrd Skynyrd and the Strokes.

The group's highly anticipated second album, Aha Shake Heartbreak, came out in 2005, debuting at #3 on the British charts. Kings added more experimental touches to their still-very-raw aesthetic. A tour supporting U2 upped the band's profile in the U.S., and the album reached Number 55 on the Billboard 200. In late 2006, just before release of Kings' third album, Because of the Times, the band opened for Bob Dylan at some shows.  

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