Queens of the Stone Age are hitting the road again with ‘The End Is Nero’ Tour and if you are willing to see them live, then here are details on presale code for Ticketmaster, Live Nation and more.

If you are a Queens of the Stone Age fan, you will be contended to know that they have added more dates to their ‘The End Is Nero’ Tour featuring Spiritualized.

The band has added new tour dates in the US where they will perform in several cities including Phoenix, El Paso, Austin, Houston, Los Angeles, and more.

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Also, tour dates outside of the US have been added for Canada, Mexico, New Zealand, Germany, and more. You can check more details on this here.

The presale for securing tickets will begin on September 20 at 10 am local time, while the general on sale is scheduled for September 22 at 10 am local time. You can check all the details regarding the presale below.

Queens of the Stone Age ‘The End Is Nero’ Tour presale code details

The artist presale starts on September 20 at 10 am local time and ends on September 21 at 10 pm. To access this presale, fans can use NERO as the presale code.

If you have a Citi card, then you can access the presale using the code 412800. Or else, you can also use the first 6 digits of your Citi credit card or Citi bank debit card as a presale code.

It’s worth noting that you must use Citi card for making the payment.


As for Live Nation, the presale starts on September 21 at 10 am local time and ends on September 22 at 10 pm. Fans can use the code STUDIO, while for LN Mobile app users, the code is COVERT.

Moreover, Ticketmaster presale will take place on September 21 from 10 am to 10 pm. And to access this presale, fans can use the code: QOTSA.

Furthermore, if you’re planning to attend the Los Angeles show, there’s a special KIA Forum presale. And the code to use for presale is INGLEWOOD.

Note: We have more such stories in our dedicated Ticketmaster section, so be sure to follow them as well.

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