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- May 10May10Find ticketsMon 19:00Middlesbrough Town Hall - MiddlesbroughEnter ShikariOn partner site
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- May 15May15Find ticketsSat 19:00Usher Hall - EdinburghEnter ShikariLow Availability
- Jun 09Jun09Find ticketsWed 19:00O2 Guildhall Southampton - SouthamptonEnter Shikari
- Jun 10Jun10Find ticketsThu 19:00O2 Victoria Warehouse Manchester - ManchesterEnter ShikariLow Availability
- Jun 11Jun11Find ticketsFri 19:00Cardiff University Students Union - CardiffEnter Shikari
- Jun 12Jun12Find ticketsSat 18:30Alexandra Palace - LondonEnter ShikariLow Availability
The pioneering post-hardcore quartet
The band Enter Shikari originally formed as Hybrid before adopting their current name in 2003. The group is comprised of Rou Reynolds on vocals, Rory Clewlow on guitar, Rob Rolfe on drums and Chris Batten on bass.
Hailing from St Albans, Hertfordshire, they rose to fame in 2004 with their debut EP Anything Can Happen In The Next Half Hour featuring a single by the same name that reached No.27 on the official UK singles chart. The band’s first full-length album, Take To The Skies, came out in 2007. Featuring songs like Sorry, You’re Not A Winner and Mothership, it climbed to No.4 on the UK albums chart.
Over the years Enter Shikari continued to build on this success, releasing 2009's Common Dreads, 2012's A Flash Flood Of Colour, 2015’s The Mindsweep and 2017's The Spark. Beloved for songs like Destabilise, Arguing With Thermometers, Anaesthetist and Dear Future Historians…, they’ve never shied away from making social and political statements in their music.
In addition to multiple Kerrang! Awards (including two for Best Live Band in 2007 and 2012), Enter Shikari have increased their stature on sell-out world tours. During their mammoth Stop The Clocks Tour, which ran from December 2018 to April 2019, they not only played their longest ever run of UK dates, but also visited cities in America, Europe and Russia. In late 2019, the quartet released the documentary Further East chronicling that tour’s eight-date leg in Russia.
Enter Shikari unveiled their sixth album Nothing Is True & Everything Is Possible in April 2020, and announced an extensive UK tour for summer 2021.
Enter Shikari are set to tour the UK in support of their album Nothing Is True & Everything Is Possible from 10 May – 12 June 2021.
Enter Shikari are set to stop in the following cities on their 2021 UK tour:
Tickets for all of Enter Shikari's 2021 UK tour dates are on sale now.