Queens Of The Stone Age at London O2 Arena: Special guests, door opening times and possible setlist
Queens of the Stone Age will rock the O2 Arena tonight.
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London’s O2 Arena will welcome Queens Of The Stone Age back to its iconic stage tonight. The rock band will take to the venue's stage on Wednesday (November 15) as part of their The End Is Nero 2023 tour.
Queen of the Stone Age last performed at the O2 Arena in 2017. At the time, the group rocked out at the venue in celebration of their seventh album, Villians.
Their upcoming show will see the band return to the venue six years on and after the release of their eighth album, In Times New Roman.
We break down what Queens Of The Stone Age fans need to know ahead of their London O2 Arena show.
Door opening times for Queens Of The Stone Age at London O2 Arena
Arena doors for the American rockers' London O2 Arena show will open until 6.30pm for their November 15 show.
When will Queens Of The Stone Age's London O2 Arena show start and finish? Full stage times
The Queens Of The Stone Age's O2 Arena show is expected to start around 7.15pm. Weekday evening shows at the O2 Arena usually end no later than 11pm. Therefore, Queens Of The Stone Age fans can expect their show to end around that time. Full stage times for the London show are below:
- 7.15pm - Deep Tan
- 7.55pm - The Chats: 19:55
- 9pm - Queens of The Stone Age
Who is the support act for Queens Of The Stone Age at London O2 Arena?
Queens Of The Stone Age will be joined by special guests Australian punk rockers The Chats and London-based post-punk trio Deep Tan.
Possible setlist for Queens Of The Stone Age at London O2 Arena
A full setlist for Queens Of The Stone Age's O2 show is yet to be confirmed. However, some of their recent concerts appear to have featured a similar setlist throughout.
Here's the setlist from the group's latest tour show in Germany, according to Setlist.FM:
No One Knows
My God Is The Sun
I Sat By The Ocean
The Way You Used to Do
Better Living Through Chemistry
Sick, Sick, Sick
Make It Wit Chu
Go With the Flow
God Is in the Radio
A Song for the Dead