Kings of Leon Itinerary
Fans seeking the Kings of Leon experience can start by soaking up the Oklahoma landscape that inspired the song “Last Mile Home.” Although Caleb, Nathan, Jared and Matthew Followill grew up traveling the country, their Oklahoma experience takes fans to Talihina, where the band members gather with relatives each year for a family reunion. Go back in time with a trip to the attractions in the area and keep an eye out for the area landmarks revealed in the band’s documentary, “Talihina Sky.”
Stop 1: Tallgrass Prairie Preserve
Kings of Leon recorded the song “Last Mile Home” for the movie soundtrack to “August: Osage Country,” which was partly filmed in the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve. Jared Followill said, “We’ve been offered movies…We’ve said no to it, just because we had no connection to the movie. We had a really strong connection to this one.”
Stop 2: Cain's Ballroom
Kings of Leon has performed at the historic Cain’s Ballroom multiple times, including a show in May of 2007. Come see where rowdy fans gather to catch a glimpse of the famous band.
Stop 3: BOK Center
Thousands of fans gathered in downtown Tulsa at the BOK Center to hear Kings of Leon put on a rocking concert in April of 2014. Plan your next concert experience at this sleek venue.
Stop 4: Pam's Hateful Hussy Diner
Kings of Leon return to Talihina each year for a family reunion. Talihina is a small town, but Pam’s Hateful Hussy Diner is big on attitude and flavor. Enjoy authentic home cooking right in downtown Talihina.
Stop 5: Hootie Creek House B&B
A Talihina experience wouldn’t be complete without a stay at the Hootie Creek House Bed & Breakfast. It has rustic elegance and small town charm that can’t be beat. After a restful night’s sleep, embark on an excursion to spot the locations featured in “Talihina Sky.”
Stop 6: Talimena National Scenic Byway
Make your Kings of Leon road trip experience one to remember and take a breathtaking drive down the Talimena National Scenic Byway. While fall is the prime time to see the leaves changing colors, it is gorgeous year-round. The boys return to this picturesque area each year for a family reunion.