The melodic rock heroes are back for one night onlyMany of the British guitar bands that emerged in the late '90s have split up or become shadows of their former selves. Not Stereophonics. The Welsh wizards are still going strong and still producing accomplished albums, in-between rocking the UK’s summer festivals. Their ninth studio album Keep The Village Alive is out 11 September and is written by Kelly Jones, as well as produced by Kelly and Jim Lowe, and comes hot on the heels of 2013's acclaimed, platinum-selling Graffiti On The Train. Buoyed by the success of their V Festival headline slot, Kelly Jones and co come to The O2 in support of the imminent new album. It promises to be a memorable night packed with singalong indie anthems.
Ticket prices break down as: Block 104 face value £47.50, plus £5 booking fee and £1.50 facility fee; and Block 407 and 408 face value £32.50, plus £4 booking fee and £1.50 facility fee.