Enter Shikari tickets for Hatfield show sell out in record time

Enter Shikari on stage at The Forum Hertfordshire in Hatfield

Enter Shikari on stage at The Forum Hertfordshire in Hatfield


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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