November 30, 2013 05:08:48 GMT
The Canadian rock band decides to play another show at the venue after the tickets for their first show sell out.
Arcade Fire has announced the date for their second gig at London's Earls Court. The Canadian band is set to take the stage at the venue on June 7, 2014 after tickets for their June 6 show sold out immediately after being made available on Friday morning, November 29.
Win Butler and co are in the middle of a tour which was launched to support their critically acclaimed new album, "Reflektor". The band has caused a stir after requesting fans to wear formal attire to their concerts.
They have made it clear that they just want everyone to have "more fun" by dressing up at the shows. "To everyone really upset about us asking people to dress up at our shows... please relax. It's super not mandatory. It just makes for a more fun carnival when we are all in it together," they said in a statement posted on their Facebook page earlier this month.
Additionally, the band recently made headlines for making unusual arrival at their concerts. After making a dramatic entrance to their Roundhouse show in a white limo, they took the tram and paraded through the street to their gig in Blackpool.
Arcade Fire will bring their "Reflektor" tour to North America next year. They have also been speculated to headline some music festivals, including 2014 Glastonbury and Coachella. The band hasn't confirmed the news yet.