MULTI-PLATINUM selling band Kaiser Chiefs have been announced as the latest name to play a gig at Ludlow Castle next summer.

One of Britain’s most known and favoured indie bands, Kaiser Chiefs are a band of their generation with a mercury nominated debut album under their belts, three Brit awards, an Ivor Novello award and over eight million album sales worldwide.

The Leeds outfit have become masters of their craft, famed for their incredible live performances jam-packed with crowd favourites such as infectious number one smash Ruby, the anthemic I Predict a Riot, and the crowd-chanter Everyday I Love You Less and Less.

With seven studio albums to date, including critically acclaimed, multi-award-winning debut album Employment, number one reaching, two times platinum selling follow up album Yours Truly, Angry Mob and most recent top three album Duck.

Kaiser Chiefs have released a multitude of hit singles cementing themselves as one of the biggest guitar-rock exports of the UK since forming in 2000, and they will perform at Ludlow Castle on Friday, July 21.

Set in the grounds of the picturesque medieval Ludlow Castle, located in a stunning Shropshire town drown in history, this venue promises to be the ideal location to catch this unmissable event.

Today’s announcement is the second event to be announced as part of the Within the Walls series held at Ludlow Castle, following on from a sold-out Bastille show announced earlier this month.

Gemma England, Ludlow Castle's general manager, said: “I am incredibly excited about this latest announcement as part of the Within the Walls series coming to Ludlow Castle in 2023, the sell-out Bastille show announced earlier in the month shows that Ludlow and the surrounding areas are eager for such events, and we are thrilled to have the brilliant Kaiser Chiefs on board too.”

How to get tickets for Kaiser Chiefs at Ludlow Castle

Residents of Ludlow and surrounding areas with post codes SY7, SY8 and HR6 will have access to an exclusive 48-hour priority pre-sale from 10am on Tuesday, November 22 via

General admission tickets go on sale at 10am on Thursday, November 24 via