Eagles Of Death Metal upgrade tonight’s London show

The band make last minute move to bigger room

The Eagles Of Death Metal have upgraded their London show tonight (June 19) at the last minute.

The band were due to play the Islington Bar Academy, but have decided to play the bigger room at the venue so will now play the full Carling Islington Academy.

“They were going to play the bar but when they got to the venue they decided they fancied playing the bigger room upstairs,” explained a spokesperson for the band. “So they’re going to do the full venue now.”

The upgrade means there are now additional tickets available for the show available on the door which can be purchased from the venue’s box office. Tickets for the Bar Academy show remain valid.

Tonight’s performance will features the Eagles Of Death Metal’s full line-up, with Queens Of The Stone Age frontman Josh Homme playing drums.