Enter Shikari tickets go on sale today for one-off Hatfield show

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

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


Tickets for Enter Shikari’s one-off festival warm-up show at The Forum Hertfordshire in Hatfield next month go on pre-sale today (Thursday) from the box office and the band’s website.

The St Albans post-hardcore quartet will play the University of Hertfordshire’s College Lane venue on Thursday, June 26.

It will be the band’s first live performance of 2014.

Tickets go on sale at noon today and are priced £17.50. Tickets will be on pre-sale at the Forum box office and via the Enter Shikari website.

Tickets are on general sale from Friday.

Support will come from Baby Godzilla and Roam.

Rou Reynolds, Rory Clewlow, Chris Batten and Rob Rolfe are currently recording the group’s fourth studio album.

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

* See next week’s Welwyn Hatfield Times, out Wednesday, for the chance to win tickets to the group’s Forum Hertfordshire show.

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