The tour will hit some of the best outdoor amphitheater venues across the country, starting at Sleep Train Amphitheatre in Chula Vista before moving on to places like Nikon at Jones Beach Theater, Bethel Woods Center for the Arts (which you might know was the home of Woodstock in 1969) and ends at the picturesque Gorge Amphitheatre outside of Quincy, Washington.
After finding success in the UK earlier in their career, WALLS became Kings of Leon’s first number one album on this side of the Atlantic. It’s the band’s seventh studio album and its third recorded in Los Angeles
You might be wondering why WALLS is in all capital letters. According to the band, it’s an acronym for the full title: We Are Like Love Songs.
Here is the full list of tour dates for the WALLS North American tour: