Kaiser Chiefs tour UK 2022: how to get tickets on sale now, and dates including Leeds and Newcastle gigs

Kaiser Chiefs have announced a new UK arena tour, called All Together, for 2022. Pictured is lead singer Ricky Wilson.Kaiser Chiefs have announced a new UK arena tour, called All Together, for 2022. Pictured is lead singer Ricky Wilson.
Kaiser Chiefs have announced a new UK arena tour, called All Together, for 2022. Pictured is lead singer Ricky Wilson. | Getty Images

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Tickets are on sale now for the UK tour, which includes venues in Leeds, Newcastle and Plymouth

Kaiser Chiefs have announced a new UK arena tour, called All Together, for 2022.

The indie rock band, from Leeds, will perform 13 dates in the UK in November.

This is everything you need to know about the tour, including the full tour dates and how to get tickets.

Where will Kaiser Chiefs perform?

The band will begin their All Together tour at Swansea Arena on Wednesday 2 November 2022.

There will be a home-coming concert at Leeds First Direct Arena on Saturday 12 November, along with visits to London’s O2 and Birmingham’s Utilita Arena, before the tour concludes at Nottingham’s Motorpoint Arena on Saturday 19 November.

Here are the full All Together tour dates:

  • Wednesday 2 November 2022 – Swansea Arena
  • Thursday 3 November 2022 – Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
  • Saturday 5 November 2022 – London, The O2
  • Monday 7 November 2022 – Newcastle, O2 City Hall
  • Tuesday 8 November 2022 – Hull, Bonus Arena
  • Thursday 10 November 2022 – Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena
  • Friday 11 November 2022 – Glasgow, OVO Hydro
  • Saturday 12 November 2022 – Leeds, First Direct Arena
  • Monday 14 November 2022 – Brighton Centre
  • Tuesday 15 November 2022 – Plymouth Pavilions
  • Thursday 17 November 2022 – Bournemouth International Centre
  • Friday 18 November 2022 – Birmingham, Utilita Arena
  • Saturday 19 November 2022 – Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena

Where else are Kaiser Chiefs playing?

The Ruby hitmakers will also perform at Festival Big Top In Galway, Ireland, on Saturday 23 July 2022.

Tickets cost €54.35 each and are on sale now via Ticketmaster.

How do I get Kaiser Chiefs tickets?

Tickets to the Kaiser Chiefs All Together 2022 tour are on sale now and can be purchased via Ticketmaster.

The price of these tickets will be announced then.

What is the Kaiser Chiefs tour set list?

A set list for Kaiser Chiefs All Together tour has not yet been announced, so we can’t be sure which songs the band will choose to perform.

We suspect that the band’s biggest hits will be performed though, including Ruby, Na Na Na Na Naa and I Predict a Riot.

According to setlist.fm, Kaiser Chiefs’ most recent setlist, from performances in 2021, looks like this:

  • Never Miss a Beat
  • Na Na Na Na Naa
  • The Factory Gates
  • People Know How to Love One Another
  • Everything Is Average Nowadays
  • Everyday I Love You Less and Less
  • Parachute
  • Coming Home
  • Golden Oldies
  • Ruby
  • Modern Way
  • I Predict a Riot
  • Pinball Wizard (The Who cover)
  • The Angry Mob


  • Record Collection
  • Hole in My Soul
  • Oh My God

Who will support Kaiser Chiefs on tour?

The Kaiser Chiefs will be supported by two other rock stalwarts, Scottish band The Fratellis and fellow Yorkshire rockers The Sherlocks, from Barnsley.

Who are Kaiser Chiefs?

Kaiser Chiefs first formed in Leeds in 2000. They were originally known as Parva, before renaming themselves under their current name in 2003.

Since formation, the band has been made up of lead vocalist Charles Richard “Ricky” Wilson, guitarist Andrew "Whitey" White, bassist Simon Rix, keyboardist and Nick "Peanut" Baines.

Drummer Vijay Mistry joined the band in 2013, replacing founding drummer Nick Hodgson following his departure from the band in late 2012.

The band have won 14 awards in their 22 year history, and have been nominated for many more.

Among their award wins were three Brit awards in 2006 for Best British Rock Act, Best British Live Act and Best British Group.

Among their most well-known songs are Ruby, I Predict A Riot, Everyday I Love You Less and Less and Modern Way.

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