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Exclusive: Watch Enter Shikari Play In A Pub Basement…

Catch our live stream of their recent killer London show tomorrow!

In November 2017, Enter Shikari rounded off the first phase of their triumphant UK tour promoting their fifth album, The Spark, with a show at London’s Ally Pally in front of 10,000 of their closest friends. Seven months later the agit-rockers were back in the capital playing to 60 lucky competition winners in the basement of an Islington pub.

The intimate show took place on June 19 at the Hope & Anchor as part of the Kerrang! Awards Week Of Rock celebrations. A stone’s throw from Kerrang!’s North London HQ, the legendary venue became a hotbed for punk gigs in the 70s, hosting shows by The Clash and X‑Ray Spex, while The Damned filmed the video for their debut single, New Rose there.

Over four decades later Rou Reynolds, Chris Batten, Rob Rolfe and Rory Clewlow took to the Hope & Anchor’s tiny stage to deliver a set suitably chaotic set packed with sheer joy.

For those who were there, it proved to be an unforgettable night. For those of you who weren’t, you get the chance to watch the band’s uproarious set online!

The set will be streamed tomorrow (July 27) at 7pm (BST), 8pm (CEST), 9pm (MSK), 2pm (EST) and 11am (PDT) via Kerrang! and Enter Shikaris Facebook pages. Join us then. 

Enter Shikari will soon embark on their ridiculously long Stop The Clocks tour, and will play the following shows: 

December

1 Lincoln Engine Shed
2 Keele University
3 Hull Welly
4 Cardiff Tramshed
6 Frome Cheese & Grain
7 Exeter Lemon Grove
8 Plymouth University
9 Portsmouth Pyramids
12 Bergen, NO Garage
13 Oslo, NO John Dee
14 Stockholm, SV Fryshuset
15 Gothenburg, SV Sticky FIngers
16 Copenhagen, DK Pumpehuset

January 2019

10 Sheffield O2 Academy
11 Nottingham Rock City
12 London O2 Academy Brixton
13 Leicester O2 Academy
15 Llandudno Venue Cymru
16 Liverpool O2 Academy
18 Bristol O2 Academy
19 Southend Cliffs Pavillion
20 Norwich UEA
23 Glasgow Barrowland
24 Aberdeen Beach Ballroom
25 Inverness Ironworks
26 Preston Guildhall
28 Northampton Roadmender
29 Southampton Guildhall
30 Cambridge Corn Exchange

February 2019

1 Birmingham O2 Academy
2 Leeds O2 Academy
3 Manchester Academy
4 Newcastle Academy

March 2019

7 Moscow, RU Adrenaline Stadium
9 St Petersburg, RU A2 Green Concert
11 Nizhniy Novgorod, RU Jupiter
13 Krasnodar, RU Arena Hall
14 Ekaterinburg, RU Teleclub
16 Novosibirsk, RU HoC Zheleznodorozhnkov
17 Krasnoyarsk, RU Grand Hall Sibir
19 Irkutsk, RU Sport Palace Trud
28 Tilburg, NL 013
29 Strasbourg, FR Laiterie
30 Paris, FR Bataclan

April 2019

1 Milan, IT Alkatraz
2 Munich, DE Neue Theatrefabrik
3 Linz, AT Posthof
6 Prague, CZ Forum Karlin
7 Dresden, DE Alter Schlachthof
8 Berlin, DE Huxleys
9 Leipzig, DE Conne Island
11 Erlangen, DE E‑Werk
12 Dortmund, DE FZW
13 Cologne, DE Live Music Hall
15 Wiesbaden, DE Schlachthof
16 Saarbrucken, DE Garage
17 Brussels, BE AB

Head on over to Entershikari.com/shows for more info!

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Enter Shikari’s Kerrang! Award-winning album, The Spark, is out now.

Posted on July 26th 2018, 5:55p.m.
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