Enter Shikari Have Announced A Big UK And European Tour

St Albans quartet Enter Shikari will be hitting the road for an extensive tour of the UK and Europe later this year.

Enter Shikari Have Announced A Big UK And European Tour
Derek Ridgers

Following on from the release of their new track T.I.N.A earlier in the week, Enter Shikari have just announced an extensive tour of the UK and Europe for later in the year.

The tour will be taking place in the autumn and winter, following the release of their new album Nothing Is True & Everything Is Possible on April 17. It'll be the quartet's first proper headline run since their Stop The Clocks Tour, starting in Ukraine and finishing up in The Netherlands.

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“It feels like an odd time to announce touring, but the wheels were already in motion before all this stuff escalated and, well, we all need something to look forward to right now," says frontman Rou Reynolds. "So later this year, as some degree of normality hopefully returns, we will finally celebrate our new album properly and present some of this material live!

"Alexandra Palace is now a cemented and certified legendary venue for me. I have had some of the best nights of my life in this place and I plan to have another one this year.

"This tour will be extra special.”

Tickets for all Enter Shikari dates will go on sale this Friday, March 28, at 10am.

Catch Enter Shikari at the following:


1 Ukraine, Lviv – Fest Republic
2 Ukraine, Kiev – Bingo Club
4 Belarus, Minsk – Prime Hall
5 Latvia, Riga – Melna Piektdiena
6 Estonia, Talinn – Helitehas
8 Russia, Moscow – Adrenaline Stadium
10 Russia, St Petersburg – A2 Green Concert
12 Finland, Helsinki – Tavastia
13 Finland, Tamprere – Klubi
16 Sweden, Stockholm – Fryhuset
17 Norway, Oslo – John Dee
18 Sweden, Gothenburg – Pustervik
19 Denmark, Copenhagen – Pumpehuset
21 Poland, Warsaw – Palladium
22 Poland, Krakow – Kwadrat


11 UK, Southampton – Guildhall
12 UK, Manchester – Victoria Warehouse
13 UK, Cardiff – Great Hall
14 UK, London – Alexandra Palace
16 UK Middlesbrough – Town Hall
18 UK, Edinburgh – Usher Hall
19 UK, Nottingham – Rock City
20 UK, Nottingham – Rock City
21 UK, Birmingham – O2 Academy


1 Belgium, Antwerp – Trix
4 Germany, Berlin – Columbia Halle
5 Germany, Cologne – Palladium
6 Germany, Stuttgart – LKA Longhorn
8 Switzerland, Zurich – Xtra
9 Germany, Munich – TonHalle
10 Germany, Offenbach – Stadthalle
12 Netherlands, Amsterdam – Melkweg

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