Partying Kasabian fans bring Cardiff traffic to a standstill after ‘unbelievable’ gig

The Leicester band sent punters into a frenzy with their show at the city's Motorpoint Arena earlier this week

Riotous Kasabian fans carried on the party in the streets following the band’s gig in Cardiff earlier this week, with the post-show celebrations even bringing traffic to a standstill for up to an hour in the Welsh capital.

The Leicester band are currently on a UK tour to celebrate the release of their sixth studio album ‘For Crying Out Loud’, which came out back in May. Kasabian will play at the First Direct Arena in Leeds tonight (December 7).

Kasabian appeared to deliver a stunning show earlier this week in Cardiff, with the performance alone apparently enough to spur many of the fans in attendance at the Motorpoint Arena on Monday night (December 4) to carry on the post-gig celebrations outside the venue.

The band hailed the show as ‘unbelievable’, and fan-shot videos of the celebrations outside the arena showed a large number of punters still very much enjoying themselves half an hour after the show had finished.

Those in attendance at the Cardiff gig on Monday night also earned the achievement of being the loudest crowd on the Kasabian tour so far.

Kasabian were this week announced as one of four headliners at next year’s Isle of Wight Festival, which will celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2018.