Enter Shikari tickets for Hatfield show sell out in record time

12:24 23 May 2014

Enter Shikari on stage at The Forum Hertfordshire in Hatfield

Enter Shikari on stage at The Forum Hertfordshire in Hatfield

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Tickets for Enter Shikari’s special one-off show in Hatfield next month have sold out in record time.

The St Albans post-hardcore quartet are playing another ‘homecoming’ gig at The Forum Hertfordshire on Thursday, June 26.

Tickets for the festival warm-up concert went on pre-sale via the band’s website and the College Lane venue’s box office at noon yesterday (Thursday).

And all 1,500 tickets were snapped up in less than 24 hours – making it the quickest selling show in the University of Hertfordshire venue’s history.

A status update on the Forum Hertfordshire’s Facebook page today (Friday) stated: “All tickets for Enter Shikari on June 26th are now SOLD OUT!! Officially the fastest selling gig in Forum history!!!!”

* If you missed out on tickets, see next week’s Welwyn Hatfield Times, out Wednesday, for the chance to win tickets to the show.

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