ENTER SHIKARI reschedule Edinburgh Assembly Rooms show to 2021

ENTER SHIKARI FORCED TO RE-SCHEDULE UK AND EUROPEAN TOUR DUE TO CORONAVIRUS

Today Enter Shikari confirm with heavy heart that due to uncertainly and ongoing lack of clarity around the return of larger indoor music events, their planned ‘Nothing Is True & Everything Is Possible’ UK & European Tour for October, November, December 2020 will now be rescheduled for May, June, September 2021.
 
All tickets previously bought for original dates will of course remain valid for the rescheduled shows (in the case of Rock City, Nottingham where the band are playing two nights tickets for the original first night, 19th Nov 2020, will be valid for the rescheduled first night, 13th May 2021, and 20th Nov 2020 tickets valid for 14th May).
 
Frontman Rou Reynolds commented:
 
“We’re gutted to have to reschedule all our shows to 2021. This means we won’t be stepping on a stage in 2020 whatsoever. This is agonising – I’m already climbing the walls and we’re only half way through!  I suppose it just means more time to work on these shows and make them extra special for when they finally come along. Ally Pally now falling on a Saturday in summer means we’ll certainly be looking at ways to make that more of an ‘event’.
 
Thank you to everyone who’s bought a ticket, the response has been amazing even with everything going on, but obviously right now the main priority is everybody’s wellbeing. 
 
Wishing everyone health and happiness.”
 
The full re-scheduled dates are:
 
2021 
May 10  UK – Middlesbrough – Town Hall 
May 12  UK – Birmingham – O2 Academy
May 13  UK – Nottingham – Rock City 
May 14  UK – Nottingham – Rock City  SOLD OUT
May 15  UK – Edinburgh – Assembly Rooms  

May 17  Germany – Berlin – Columbiahalle
May 19  Germany – Munich – TonHalle 
May 20  Germany – Stuttgart – LKA Longhorn
 
May 2  Germany – Offenbach – Stadthalle 
May 22  Switzerland – Zurich – X-TRA Limmathaus 
  
May 25  Netherlands – Amsterdam – Melkweg
May 26  Belgium – Antwerp – Trix
May 28  Germany – Cologne – Palladium
 
June 09  UK – Manchester – O2 Victoria Warehouse
June 10  UK – Southampton – O2 Guildhall 
June 11   UK – Cardiff – Great Hall  SOLD OUT
June 12   UK – London – Alexandra Palace 

 
Sept 02  Ukraine – Lviv  – Font Republic
Sept 03  Ukraine – Kiev – Bingo Club 
Sept 05  Belarus – Minsk – Prime Hall 
Sept 06  Latvia – Riga – Melnā Piektdiena
Sept 07  Estonia – Tallinn – Helitehas 
Sept 09  Russia – Moscow – Adrenaline Stadium
Sept 11  Russia – St Petersburg – A2 Green Concert 
Sept 13  Finland – Helsinki – Tavastia 
Sept 14  Finland – Tampere – Klubi  
Sept 16  Sweden – Stockholm – Fryshuset 
Sept 17  Sweden – Gothenburg – Pustervik 
Sept 19  Norway – Oslo – John Dee 
Sept 20  Denmark – Copenhagen – Pumpehuset 
Sept 21  Germany – Hamburg – Gross Freiheit 
Sept 22  Poland – Warsaw – Stodola 
Sept 23  Poland – Krakow – Kwadrat 
 
Tickets available here: www.entershikari.com/shows
 
Enter Shikari claimed number 2 in the UK Official Charts in April with their sixth studio album ‘Nothing Is True & Everything Is Possible’ released through So Recordings. Listen in full here.
 
“It’s the sound of grand ambition being realised.” **** Q Magazine
 
“(Nothing Is True & Everything Is Possible) only serves to show off their genius further.” KKKK Kerrang!
 
“It’s a crash course in their unruly genius – a Greatest Hits waiting for you to learn the words.” **** NME
 
Rou Reynolds’s versatile vocals and precision production steer the St Albans quartet from riotous electro to disorientating jazz.” Sunday Times Culture
 
“What Shikari have managed to achieve over the course of the album is nothing short of spectacular. **** DORK
 
“… uncompromising excellence…” Louder Than War
 
“… as the album charges so confidently towards innovation it would be foolish to suggest it’s anything other than brilliant ... they’re now distinct leaders, paving a new and exciting trail for those in their ever-growing shadow.” 8/10 Gigwise
 
“Nothing Is True & Everything Is Possible’ proves once more why Enter Shikari are not only one of the best, but also one of the most important bands of our generation.”Punktastic