Queens of the Stone Age tour: door times and Dublin 3Arena concert start times?
Queens of the Stone Age tour will come to 3Arena in Dublin.
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Queens of the Stone Age will bring the End if Nero tour to Dubin for the final show on the UK and Ireland leg. Tickets for the arena shows went on sale earlier in 2023.
Josh Homme and the gang will be coming to major cities across the British Isles including stops in Manchester, London, Birmingham, Dublin and more. The band have also been announced for Download Festival 2024 and will be back across the pond.
The UK and Ireland leg of the tour kicked off at the AO Arena in Manchester on Tuesday, November 14 and comes to an end at 3Arena in Dublin on Wednesday, November 22. The band will be joined by support acts for the shows this month - and fans can expect a career spanning set.
Fans attentions will be turning to the upcoming shows - as Ticketmaster issues availability warnings for the shows. You might be wondering about the timings for the arena shows this month.
Here's all you need to know:
What are the door times for the tour?
The next shows on the End Is Nero tour will be in Bournemouth on Thursday (November 16) and then in Glasgow on Saturday (November 18) and Birmingham on Sunday (November 19).
The door times are as follows:
Bournemouth International Centre - November 16
The doors will open at 6pm, the venue has announced. The first support act will take to the stage at 7.15pm - with Queens of the Stone Age set beginning at 9pm.
OVO Hydro, Glasgow - November 18
Doors will open at 6pm in Glasgow, OVO Hydro has confirmed. The concert is due to begin at 7pm - but Queens of the Stone Age perform later in the night.
Resorts World Arena, Birmingham - November 19
The Forum Live doors will open at 5.30pm and the arena doors open at 6.30pm. The first support act will take to the stage at 7.15pm.
Stockton Globe, Stockton-on-Tees - November 20
The doors will open in Stockton at 6pm, the venue has announced. Two support acts will perform before Queens of the Stone Age take to the stage.
3Arena, Dublin - November 22
It has been announced that the doors will open at 6pm at the 3Arena.
When does concert start?
Gigs on the tour will usually start between 7pm and 7.30pm, based on previous dates on the tour. It gives fans plenty of time between the opening of the doors and the start of the show.
Queens of the Stone Age will have a support act and so will not take to the stage until later in the evening. On the recent run of European shows, the band started at around 9pm - and in Manchester they took to the stage at 8.45pm.
How long is a Queens of the Stone Age concert?
The band have been on the road across Europe in recent weeks and these previous shows give fans a hint of what to expect. Queens fo the Stone Age have been on the stage for around two hours each night.
The rockers will play a setlist featuring approximately 20 songs - including an encore. However this is approximate and subject to change.