The Killers Concerts

Get ready for the next concert of The Killers, tour 2022

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Popular songs

Top 10 most played songs by The Killers in the last 40 concerts.

Setlist profile

Songs to be played live were released on the following albums:

Next Setlist

How long is the concert? The Killers will be on stage for approx 2:00. Here is the probable setlist based on previous concerts (99% probability):

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  1. Imploding The Mirage cover My Own Soul's Warning
  2. Sam's Town cover For Reasons Unknown
  3. Sam's Town cover Enterlude
  4. Sam's Town cover When You Were Young
  5. Hot Fuss cover Jenny Was a Friend of Mine
  6. Hot Fuss cover Smile Like You Mean It
  7. Direct Hits cover Shot at the Night
  8. Imploding The Mirage cover Running Towards a Place
  9. Day & Age cover Human
  10. Hot Fuss cover Somebody Told Me
  11. Imploding The Mirage cover Fire in Bone
  12. Boy cover Boy
  13. Day & Age cover A Dustland Fairytale
  14. no cover The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face
  15. Battle Born cover Runaways
  16. Sam's Town cover Read My Mind
  17. Imploding The Mirage cover Dying Breed
  18. Imploding The Mirage cover Caution
  19. Hot Fuss cover All These Things That I've Done
  20. Encore #1

  21. Day & Age cover Spaceman
  22. Hot Fuss cover Mr. Brightside

The Killers Tour Map 2022

Follow The Killers around the world with this interactive Tour Map. Explore the places where you can catch The Killers on tour.
16 Upcoming concerts, touring in the following countries: United States, New Zealand, Australia, etc.

The Killers Biography

The Killers is an American rock band. They were founded in Las Vegas, Nevada in 2001. The founding members were lead singer, keyboardist and bassist Brandon Flowers (born in 1981 in Henderson, Nevada), and lead guitarist and backing vocalist Dave Keuning (1976, Pella, Iowa).

Flowers was originally in a synth-pop band called “Blush Response” but he got fired from that gig in 2001. Inspired by an Oasis concert, he decided to form a rock band around himself as his next career step. So, he posted an ad in a Las Vegas newspaper, which caught the attention of Keuning, a young guitarist who just moved to Vegas from Iowa. They quickly bonded, and named their new band “The Killers” after a fictional band that was shown in a music video for a song by the English rock band New Order.

Drummer Matt Norcross was the next addition to their line-up, and the three of them recorded two songs for a demo tape. After bassist Dell Neal joined, they made two more songs. They also started performing the earliest versions of a The Killers concert at open mic nights in Vegas bars. They were ultimately discovered by Braden Merrick, an A&R rep for Warner Bros. Records who found one of their demo tapes on the internet. He went out to Las Vegas to see their live show, and was equally impressed.

In June 2004, The Killers’ debut album “Hot Fuss” was released by Island Records. It became a massive hit, peaking at the #7 spot on the Billboard 200 list. The standout track on the record was “Mr. Brightside”. At that point, the band members were the two co-founders, Flowers and Keuning, as well as Mark Stoermer on the bass and Ronnie Vannucci Jr. on the drums.

Since then, the Vegas-based rock band has released 6 more studio albums, thus they have 7 in total. The best selling one among them so far has been their first one, “Hot Fuss”, which sold 7 million copies worldwide. Meanwhile, the latest new The Killers album is titled “Pressure Machine”, which came out in August 2021. They enjoy a special level of popularity over in the UK, where all seven of their albums have topped the local OCC charts.

The biggest hits to date in The Killers setlist are the aforementioned “Mr. Brightside” (2004), “Somebody Told Me” (also 2004), “When You Were Young” (2006), and “Human” (2008). The band is still together, however, the two founders, Flowers and Keuning, have taken long hiatuses from touring, while also working on solo projects and even on projects with other bands. Check where the next The Killers concert is playing on the page above.

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