The Kerrang! Awards Week Of Rock Is Go!
The Kerrang! Awards take place in London on June 21 and, as well as the awards themselves, Kerrang! will bring you a series of special events during that week, all of which will be free. The artists participating in what has been dubbed ‘The Week Of Rock’ include three Kerrang! cover stars.
Nominated in three categories at this year’s Kerrang! Awards, Rou Reynolds’s rabble rousers Enter Shikari will play an exclusive, intimate 60-capacity show London show on Tuesday, June 19.
The four-piece will also be playing the 2000trees Festival on July 14 and the Boomtown Festival on August 11. The band’s Kerrang! Awards show will be filmed for future broadcast via the K! YouTube channel in due course. Ticket details will be announced today at 1:00pm via Kerrang!’s Facebook and Twitter page.
On Wednesday, June 20 Neck Deep will play an intimate K! Pit show in London.
Fresh from headlining The Avalanche Stage at Download on Saturday night and nominated in the Best Song category at this year’s K! Awards, the Wrexham pop-punks have just released a new video for Don’t Wait (featuring Sam Carter of Architects). Ticket details for this special show will be announced at 3:00pm on Kerrang.com.
Also on Wednesday, June 20, Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor will launch our Kerrang! In Conversation series that will see some of the biggest names in rock music interviewed at Kerrang! HQ in front of an audience of 50 people. The interview will be streamed via Kerrang!’s Facebook page.
Corey is currently on tour with Stone Sour in support of their current Hydrograd album, with their UK shows kicking off on June 17. Ticket details for Corey’s Kerrang! HQ stop-off will be announced via Kerrang!’s Facebook and Twitter page at 5:00pm.
So, you know what to do…
Visit Kerrang.com during the course of tomorrow to stand a chance of winning tickets to these once-in-a-lifetime set of events. Oh, and while you’re here, help decide the outcome of the awards themselves by casting your vote here!
Enter Shikari photo: Tom Pullen