As well as performing a lengthy tour of the UK in order to support latest greatest hits collection, "Souvenir", AND supporting Green Day with All Time Low at the Emirates Stadium in the summer (there are still tickets for all of these dates), 2013 also heralds even more Kaisers activity.
As well as playing at the new gleaming Leeds Arena (well, it will be once it's built) on 13th September (on sale now, £27.50 to £35), the band will perform a preceding one-off show at York's Racecourse on 26th July 2013. Tickets for their trip to the gee-gees are on sale from us now, with Early Bird prices starting at £17 and rising to £32.
In addition, tickets for the band's Souvenir tour in the spring are still available, except for Cambridge which has sold out - prices start at £25.
Since 2004, there have been quite a few Kaisers anthems including the original version of "Oh My God!", which stopped short of the charts first time around. Successive singles from the (at the time) soon-to-be number 1 debut-album "Employment", performed a lot better, including the re-release of that debut effort, plus "I Predict a Riot", "Everyday I Love You Less and Less" and "Modern Way". Further biggies have included number 1 single "Ruby", "Never Miss a Beat" and "Everything is Average Nowadays", enough to fill an enviable setlist.