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Enter Shikari are heading to the US this Autumn

The band will play a series of intimate shows as part of their Stop The Clocks run.
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Published: 1:32 pm, June 22, 2019
Enter Shikari are heading to the US this Autumn

Enter Shikari have announced a US tour.

The band will play a series of intimate shows as part of their Stop The Clocks run, with Can't Swim in support.

Tickets for the dates are on sale now. You can catch them at:

SEPTEMBER
20 - AUSTIN TX Barracuda
21 - DALLAS TX Deep Ellum Art Co
23 - NASHVILLE TN The Basement East
24 - ATLANTA GA The Loft
26 - BALTIMORE MD Soundstage
29 - PHILADELPHIA PA The Foundry
30 - NEW YORK NY Bowery Ballroom

OCTOBER
02 - OTTAWA ON Maverick's
03 - TORONTO ON The Mod Club
04 - DETROIT MI Crofoot Ballroom
05 - GRAND RAPIDS MI Pyramid Scheme
07 - CHICAGO IL Lincoln Hall

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