LAS Vegas rockers The Killers are set to headline the musical leisure at this yr’s AFL grand remaining.
Although the league refused to ratify it when contacted by Foxfooty.com.au on Wednesday, music business sources have confirmed the American band is locked in for the most important day on the soccer calendar, however gained’t play any further Australian exhibits.
The band will launch its first album since 2012 simply 10 days earlier than the AFL’s showcase occasion on September 30 and have been on the league’s wishlist for a while, with rumours first circulating by way of 3AW Radio final month that they could possibly be headed down beneath.
They are additionally set to launch their new single ‘The Man’ on Thursday June 15.
The Killers haven’t been to Australia since they performed at Big Day Out in 2013 and have bought greater than 22 million data worldwide since they shaped in 2001.
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They comply with Sting, Ed Sheeran, Chris Isaak, Tom Jones, Ellie Goulding, Vance Joy, The Living End, Birds of Tokyo, Paul Kelly and naturally Meatloaf as artists and bands to carry out on grand ultimate day.
Meanwhile, it’s understood Pearl Jam is on the prime of the queue to play on the NRL grand ultimate on October 1.
The iconic grunge band, which was shaped in Seattle 27 years in the past, was just lately inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame by comic David Letterman.
Keith Urban was the headline performer finally yr’s NRL decider, which was gained by the Cronulla Sharks.
On Wednesday an NRL spokesman stated that it was not able to verify its grand remaining leisure simply but however robust rumours have been circulating that Pearl Jam is the league’s present of selection.
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