Queens Of The Stone Age announce huge UK outdoor gig at Eden Project

Josh Homme and co are coming to Cornwall

Queens Of The Stone Age have been announced for Eden Sessions show this summer.

Eden Sessions is a gig series taking place annually at Eden Project in Cornwall. This year sees Björk, Massive Attack, Gary Barlow and more playing special shows.

Josh Homme and his band have now been confirmed for an Eden Sessions show on July 3. Tickets are on sale now to Inside Track Passholders, with general sale starting at 5pm on March 28. Find more info here.


QOTSA x The Eden Sessions3 JULY 2018? Tickets now on sale to members. General sale at 5pm, 28 March.www.edensessions.com/lineup/queens-of-the-stone-age

Posted by Queens of the Stone Age on Friday, March 23, 2018

Queens Of The Stone Age’s seventh album ‘Villains’ was released last August.

Queens Of The Stone Age had already been set to return to the UK to headline a show at London’s Finsbury Park with Iggy Pop, Run The Jewels, Brody Dalle, The Hives and more on June 30. Tickets are available here.

Last year, Homme made headlines when he kicked photographer Chelsea Lauren at the KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas show in Inglewood. On December 9, the frontman kicked a camera from the photographer’s hands, which then hit her in the face. Lauren later needed care in hospital.

In the immediate aftermath of the photographer incident, Homme released an apology video, admitting that he had been a “total dick” and saying that he had “to figure some stuff out”.


In his video, Homme said that the incident meant that he had “failed” at being “a good man”.

“I want to be a good man, but I think last night I definitely failed at that,” he said. “That means I failed my family and friends as well. I don’t want them to ever be ashamed or embarrassed about being around me or knowing so. So, I apologise also to my bandmates and my mum and my dad. My wife, my brother and my kids.”

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