A Nostalgic Journey: The Kooks Kick Off The Celebration of Inside In / Inside Out Tour in Atlanta


The Tabernacle in Atlanta witnessed a spectacular celebration of indie rock history as The Kooks kicked off their tour in honor of the 18th anniversary of their debut album, Inside In/Inside Out. The evening promised an unforgettable musical journey as fans came for a night of celebration. Special guests The Vaccines and Daisy The Great welcomed fans as they commenced the night with non-stop energy.

Lead Vocal Luke Pritchard of the Kooks, PC: Angel Escobar

Indie Pop Band Daisy The Great warmed up the audience with their infectious melodies and charismatic stage presence. The up-and-coming band set a vibrant tone for the night, showcasing their unique blend of indie pop and heartfelt lyrics. Their performance was a delightful introduction to the evening, leaving the crowd eager for more.

As the excitement reached its peak, The Vaccines took the stage, delivering a powerhouse performance that kept the audience on their feet for a solid hour. The British rockers demonstrated their musical prowess, effortlessly transitioning between anthemic hits and lesser-known gems. The crowd sang along to every word, creating an electric atmosphere that set the perfect stage for The Kooks.

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When The Kooks finally emerged under the radiant lights of The Tabernacle, the crowd erupted into cheers, signaling the beginning of a musical journey down memory lane. Opening with the iconic track “Seaside,” the band transported the audience back to the carefree days of 2006 when Inside In/Inside Out first captured hearts around the world.

The Kooks’ setlist consisted of the majority of the debut album with some newer songs sprinkled in such as “Connection” and “Closer.” Showcasing the timeless quality of their debut album, the band’s energy filled the venue as fans danced and sang along to the nostalgic songs. The seamless blend of old and new resonated with the audience, demonstrating The Kooks’ enduring relevance in the ever-changing landscape of indie rock. Lead singer Luke Pritchard’s charismatic stage presence and heartfelt connection with the audience only added to the overall euphoria.

As the night came to a close, The Kooks concluded their set with “Naïve” leaving the crowd in a state of pure musical ecstasy. The celebration of their debut album was not just a trip down memory lane; it was a testament to the enduring power of music to unite and uplift.

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In the heart of Atlanta, fans witnessed a night of pure musical magic, where The Kooks, alongside The Vaccines and Daisy The Great, proved that great music is timeless. The opening night of The Celebration of Inside In / Inside Out tour was not just a concert; it was a celebration of the shared memories and emotions that make music an indelible part of our lives.

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Upcoming Tour Dates:

03/01 – Asheville, NC @ Orange Peel
03/02 – Columbus, OH @ Newport Music Hall
03/04 – Toronto, ON @ QET History
03/05 – Montreal, QB @ Mtelus
03/06 – Albany, NY @ Empire
03/08 – Boston, MA @ MGM Fenway
03/09 – Philadelphia, PA @ Fillmore
03/11 – New York, NY @ Terminal 5
03/13 – Washington DC @ Anthem
03/15 – Chicago, IL @ Riviera
03/16 – Minneapolis, MN @ Filmore
03/18 – Denver, CO @ The Fillmore
03/19 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Union
03/21 – Los Angeles, CA @ Palladium
03/22 – San Francisco, CA @ Fox Theatre



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