Kings of Leon & Phantogram at Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island

Kings of Leon & Phantogram Tickets

Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island | Chicago, Illinois

Kings of Leon & Phantogram

Grammy award winner and multi-platinum rock band Kings of Leon sure has decided to make 2024 a spectacular year for their fans! Not only are they releasing their 9th studio album entitled Can We Please Have Fun, but also, they are set for their World Tour!

Having recently released “Mustang,” the lead single of their upcoming album, Kings of Leon remains to be the talk of the town - oh, we mean the world!

Making their stop at the Huntington Bank Pavilion in Chicago, Illinois on September 28, 2024, Saturday, Kings of Leon is determined to give you a night you will never forget!

They have actually answered the title of their upcoming album - YES! So be prepared to have a whole lot of fun watching Kings of Leon live!

Joining them on this show is Phantogram, known for their street beat and psych pop sound!

Buy your tickets NOW and get them HERE before they run out!

Kings of Leon

American rock group Kings of Leon was founded in 1999 in Nashville, Tennessee. The brothers Caleb, Nathan, and Jared Followill, together with their cousin Matthew Followill, make up the band.

The band's early sound was a fusion of blues, garage, and Southern rock, but over time, it has come to encompass a wider range of genres and a more alternative rock-based style. All three of Kings of Leon's albums at the time peaked in the top five of the UK Albums Chart. The band saw early success in the UK with nine Top 40 songs and two BRIT Awards in 2008. Because of the Times, their third album, peaked at No. 1.

The band hit the charts in the US following the publication of Only by the Night in September 2008. The Hot Modern Rock Tracks chart saw the tracks "Sex on Fire," "Use Somebody," and "Notion" rise at the top. With nine platinum certifications, the album was their first to sell platinum in the US and the best-selling album of 2008 in Australia. October 18, 2010 saw the release of Come Around Sundown, the band's fifth album. On September 24, 2013, Mechanical Bull, their sixth album, was made available. On October 14, 2016,[1] their seventh studio album Walls was published. On March 5, 2021, their eighth studio album, When You See Yourself, was made available.

Out of twelve nominations, the trio has received four Grammy Awards, including Record of the Year for "Use Somebody" in 2010.


The 2007 formation of Phantogram, an American music duo from Greenwich, New York, featured vocalist Josh Carter and multi-instrumentalist Sarah Barthel.
Carter and Barthel were inspired by a variety of musicians, including the Beatles, David Bowie, Cocteau Twins, J Dilla, the Flaming Lips, John Frusciante, Serge Gainsbourg, Madlib, Sonic Youth, Yes, Kevin Shields, and Prince.

The band defines their music as electronic rock, dream pop, electronica, and trip hop. They have also described their sound as "street beat, psych pop."

Phantogram treats their writing and recording music with much thought and care and they do these in Harmonie Lodge, a secluded barn in Upstate New York. To date, they have four studio albums, four EPs, and ten singles.

Kings of Leon & Phantogram at Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island

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