Enter Shikari by Tom Pullen 2019
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Enter Shikari Announce Intimate U.S. Tour

Enter Shikari return to the United States and Canada this September

Enter Shikari are heading to North America in September for a “deliberately intimate” tour.

Supported by Can’t Swim, Enter Shikari will play 12 dates across the United States and Canada in venues half the size of their previous tour on the other side of The Pond.

“We felt it was wrong to close out the Stop The Clocks tours without trying to get back to North America to bring the whole ‘Spark-era’ full circle,” says frontman Rou Reynolds. “The more cosy shows should see the kind of sweaty mayhem we need to see us off into writing the next album. Gutted we can’t get over to the West Coast this time around, but commitments back home just won’t let that happen. So we hope we can make that up to our friends in California and nearby states before too long.”

Enter Shikari North America tour 2019


20: Austin, TX, Barracuda
21: Dallas, TX, Deep Ellum Art Co.
23: Nashville, TN, The Basement East
24: Atlanta, GA, The Loft
26: Baltimore, MD, Soundstage
29: Philadelphia, PA, The Foundry
30: New York, NY, Bowery Ballroom


02: Ottawa, ON, Maverick’s
03: Toronto, ON, The Mod Club
04: Detroit, MI, Crofoot Ballroom
05: Grand Rapids, MI, Pyramid Scheme
07: Chicago, IL, Lincoln Hall

Enter Shikari US tour poster

Here’s what happened when Enter Shikari last visited Texas:

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