Kaiser Chiefs predict a riot when they hit Torremolinos

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Kaiser Chiefs in Spain 2015

HAVING charmed British TV audiences with his appearances as a witty and caring judge in the BBC series the Voice, singer and frontman Ricky Wilson is returning to his ‘day job’ with indie favourites the Kaiser Chiefs who will be playing at the El Pozuelo football ground in Torremolinos on Saturday August 6.

Perhaps best known for their hit single ‘I Predict a Riot’ the band has been together for 11 years, with just one line up change and a whole string of hit singles and albums with their latest album ‘Education, Education, Education & War’ being released in 2014.

The band has an enviable reputation as being exciting live and they were chosen to play in the closing ceremony of the London Olympics playing ‘Pinball Wizard’ by the Who which was beamed around the world and they then opened a Who concert in Hyde Park in 2015 as well as performing with numerous other bands all over the world.

Having more than learnt their trade over the years, this promises to be a really great evening with the band playing some of their best known songs including the number one hit ‘Ruby’.

Tickets are now on sale from www.crazymusicproductions.com or call 952 883 832 for more booking details on VIP packages and you might just be in time to obtain one of 500 standing tickets which were offered for sale at €35 plus booking fee rather than the standard price of €45 plus booking fee.

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