Queens of the Stone Age tour: potential setlist and songs you could hear at Dublin 3Arena?

Queens of the Stone Age fans can expect a career spaning setlist on the End is Nero tour

Watch more of our videos on Shots! 
and live on Freeview channel 276
Visit Shots! now

Queens of the Stone Age fans can expect a career spanning set on the band's UK and Ireland tour this month. The door times have been announced for the upcoming dates.

The band will be joined by two support acts who will perform before Josh Homme and co take to the stage. But fans might be wondering what songs they can expect to hear.

Here's all you need to know:

What is potential setlist for the tour?

Queens of the Stone Age will conclude the UK and Ireland leg of the End Is Nero in Dublin on Wednesday, November 22. It is the final gig on the November run of shows and fans have been given a hint of what to expect.

The most recent show on the Europe tour took place at the Sportpaleis in Merksem, Belgium on Sunday, November 12. It gives fans heading to the UK and Ireland shows a hint of what to expect from the setlist.

According to Setlist.fm users, Queens fo the Stone Age performed the following tracks:

  • Regular John
  • No One Knows
  • Smooth Sailing
  • My God Is the Sun
  • Emotion Sickness
  • If I Had a Tail
  • Time & Place
  • Carnavoyeur
  • The Way You Used to Do
  • Better Living Through Chemistry
  • Sick, Sick, Sick
  • Negative Space
  • Leg of Lamb
  • Made to Parade
  • Make It Wit Chu
  • Little Sister (with keyboard intro)


  • God Is in the Radio
  • I Sat by the Ocean
  • Go With the Flow(mellow intro into full song)
  • A Song for the Dead

How long will Queens of the Stone Age be on stage?

Fans heading to the UK shows, starting with the gig at AO Arena in Manchester on November 14, might be wondering how long they can expect the band to be on stage for on the tour. For the dates in Europe, Queens of the Stone Age performed for approximately two hours - taking to the stage at around 9pm each night.

The band took to the stage at 8.45pm in Manchester and performed until 10.30pm.

Comment Guidelines

National World encourages reader discussion on our stories. User feedback, insights and back-and-forth exchanges add a rich layer of context to reporting. Please review our Community Guidelines before commenting.