will co-headline on the Virgin Media stage across the weekend of August 22 and 23 in Hylands Park, Chelmsford and Weston Park, Staffordshire to celebrate the event’s mega 20th anniversary. It’s been a stellar summer for the band so far, with recent festival gigs at T in the Park, Open’er Festival in Poland and many more.
Kasabian performing at last year’s Glastonbury Festival
The band recently shed some light on why the band have remained on top and why once the wrap up doing the festival rounds their album 48:13 will be put to rest. Bassist Chris Edwards shared: “The reason that we’ve lasted so long is we’re friends first, band second. “We’ve known each other since we were 11 years old.” Chris added: “There’s nothing more we can do with this album but when the new album comes around it will evolve again. “We’ll have new ideas, new sounds, new setlist. “It will only get bigger and better.”