Kasabian and Arcade Fire tickets to go on sale tomorrow (November 29)

Maximo Park, The Blackout and Band Of Skulls tickets also available

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Tickets to see Kasabian and Arcade Fire will go on sale tomorrow morning (November 29).

Tickets for Kasabian's huge homecoming gig at Leicester's Victoria Park will be available from 9am. The band will perform in their home city on June 21 to celebrate 10 years since they released their debut album.

Meanwhile, tickets for Arcade Fire's 2014 London date in June 2014 will also be available here from tomorrow morning. The 'Reflektor' band will perform at Earl's Court Arena on June 6 2014.

Tickets to see Maximo Park, The Blackout and Band Of Skulls also go on sale.

In addition to these new on-sales, there are still tickets available to see Arctic Monkeys, Bombay Bicycle Club, Metronomy, and Wild Beasts.

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