Enter Shikari announce show at the Forum Hertfordshire in Hatfield

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St Albans' Enter Shikari will play an 'intimate' one-off show at the Forum Hertfordshire in Hatfield in June

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Enter Shikari have announced an ‘intimate’ headline warm-up gig at The Forum Hertfordshire in Hatfield.

Enter Shikari will play The Forum Hertfordshire in Hatfield on June 26Enter Shikari will play The Forum Hertfordshire in Hatfield on June 26

Despite previously announcing their only UK dates this year would be at Reading and Leeds Festivals in August, the St Albans post-hardcore quartet will also play the College Lane venue on Thursday, June 26.

A status update on the Forum’s Facebook page today (Wednesday) read: “We are so pleased to announce that Enter Shikari will be playing a one-off show here at the Forum Hertfordshire in June! Tickets go on sale mid-day tomorrow.”

Tickets for the show cost £17.50 and go on sale on Thursday at noon.

Support will come from Baby Godzilla and Roam.

Doors open on the night at 7pm.

Enter Shikari members Rou Reynolds, Rory Clewlow, Chris Batten and Rob Rolfe are currently recording the group’s fourth studio album in Lincolnshire, the follow-up to the award-winning A Flash Flood Of Colour.

Following their Hatfield concert, the band will be playing a string of dates across Russia and then the Vans Warped Tour in America.

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