Queens of the Stone Age add second Wembley Arena date to UK tour

Josh Homme and co will now play two shows at 12,500 capacity venue in November

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Queens Of The Stone Age have added a second night at London's Wembley Arena to their November UK and Ireland tour after the first date sold out immediately this morning (June 21).

The band, who recently released their sixth album '...Like Clockwork', will play now play the 12,500 capacity venue on both November 22 and the newly announced date of November 23. Starting in Glasgow on November 16, Queens of the Stone Age's tour will see them visit Dublin, Belfast, Manchester and Birmingham before ending with the two London dates.

Queens Of The Stone Age were pipped to the Number One spot on the UK Official Album Chart earlier this month (June 9) by British dance duo Disclosure. Meanwhile, Elton John – a guest on '...Like Clockwork' – recently declared the group's current LP "probably the best rock album by any band in about five or six years".

Queens of the Stone Age will play:

Glasgow Hydro Arena (November 16)
Dublin O2 Arena (17)
Belfast Odyssey (18)
Manchester MEN Arena (20)
Birmingham NIA (21)
London Wembley Arena (22, 23)


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