Queens of the Stone Age tour: who are support acts and opener for Dublin 3Arena?
Queens of the Stone Age will be joined by The Chats and Deep Tan at 3Arena
and live on Freeview channel 276
Queens of the Stone Age have confirmed the support act for the End is Nero tour this month. The door times have been announced for the shows.
The tour started with a stop at Manchester's AO Arena on Tuesday, November 14 and concludes in Dublin on Wednesday, November 22. Josh Homme and co will be joined by special guests for the arena shows and fans can expect a career spanning set.
Here's all you need to know:
Who is Queens of the Stone Age support act?
The rockers will be joined by two openers for the UK and Ireland arena shows. It includes the final stop in Dublin at 3Arena on Wednesday (November 22).
The support acts for the upcoming shows are:
- The Chats
- Deep Tan
Who are The Chats?
Australian punk band The Chats will be the main support act for Queens of the Stone Age's upcoming tour. The group, who describe their sound as "shed rock", formed in Queensland in 2016 and have released two albums so far.
The Chats went viral in 2017 with their track Smoko and its accompany music video. Their track Pub Feed also made waves after its release in 2019.
The band is made up of guitarist Josh Hardy, drummer Matt Boggis, and bassist and vocalist Eamon Sandwith. The Chats have released two albums and two EPs.
Who is Deep Tan?
A post-punk band from London, Deep Tan are known for their stripped-back, minimal sound. The female fronted three piece dropped their first single in 2019 and the group's most recent song Xenomorph Queen released in October this year/
Deep Tan have 26k monthly listeners on Spotify - and their most popular tracks include deepfake, hollow scene and Constant Inconsistencies.