Enter Shikari Announce Intimate Show In Brooklyn
Taking place on September 28 at 8pm, Enter Shikari play a super-intimate show at the famed Brooklyn dive bar, alongside New Jersey’s Can’t Swim.
But how did such a close-quarters show come about? We’ll let vocalist Rou Reynolds explain.
“A couple of years ago, Rob (Rolfe, drummer) – the powerhouse / workhorse of the band – was complaining that there were too many days off on an upcoming tour. So, against all better judgement, we put a 500-capacity show in Wrexham, North Wales in the middle of a UK arena tour and called it Rolfy’s Day Off. Now he’s back at it! Unable to come to terms with the idea of a Saturday night off, we find ourselves playing a special, extremely intimate show in the middle of an already-intimate-enough North American run.
“We’re planning to do a different setlist from the rest of the tour, so there’s some more work to add to the pile. Cheers, Rob…”
You can get your tickets for Enter Shikari’s intimate show here. This show is 21+.
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Enter Shikari are touring North America this September at the following dates. Get your tickets here.
Enter Shikari North America tour 2019
20 Austin TX, Barraduca
21 Dallas TX, Deep Ellum Art Co
23 Nashville TN, The Basement East
24 Atlanta GA, The Loft
26 Baltimore MD, Soundstage
27 Worcester MA, Palladium
28 Brooklyn NY, St Vitus
29 Philadelphia PA, The Foundry
30 New York NY, Bowery Ballroom
02 Ottowa ON, Maverick’s
03 Toronto ON, The Mod Club
04 Pontiac MI, Crofoot Ballroom
05 Grand Rapids MI, Pyramid Scheme
07 Chicago IL, Lincoln Hall
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