Kings Of Leon reschedule 'pigeon shit' gig

Caleb Followill and co will return to St Louis, Missouri on September 25

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Kings Of Leon have rescheduled the gig that they abandoned after being hit with pigeon droppings.

As previously reported, the group left the stage in St. Louis, Missouri in July after just three songs, because they were continually pelted from the rafters at the venue.

The band will return to the Verizon Amphitheatre on September 25 as part of their current tour of North America.

Those who still have tickets will get into the show for free, while additional tickets are available for just $10, reports Consequence Of Sound.

Meanwhile, Kings Of Leon have revealed that they will release their fifth studio album, 'Come Around Sundown' in October, plus will headline this weekend's (August 21-22) V Festival.

See this week's NME on UK newsstands tomorrow (August 18) or available digitally worldwide, for a full interview with Kings Of Leon, during which they talk about the pigeon incident, knife fights and their new album.

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