Enter Shikari has announced the postponement of its last shows in the UK to 2021, along with some upcoming dates in Europe in 2022.
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The band has rescheduled their UK and European tour, which was originally scheduled for the summer, in support of their April 2020 album Nothing Is True & Everything Is Possible. Instead, they began the tour in December, with current dates in the UK being enhanced by the addition of additional gigs at Lincoln, Bristol, Hull, Liverpool and Leeds.
Although they have completed most of their UK tour, the band has postponed their Middlesbrough show on December 19, as well as tonight and tomorrow in Nottingham’s Rock City.
Singer Roe Reynolds wrote on Twitter: “Totally wrecked. How fast the issues are going [COVID] They’re growing nationwide, and with one case now in our tour group, that leaves us. This was a terrible decision to make, but the safety of our crew and fans will always come first.”
Enter Shikari was also scheduled to begin its European tour in Melkweg, Amsterdam, on January 31, 2022, but those dates have been postponed or canceled.
“Following the postponement of the three remaining UK tour dates yesterday, we have unfortunately had to cancel the German and Swiss dates for the upcoming European Tour in January/February 2022 and postpone the Netherlands and Belgium,” they wrote in a statement. Twitter.
“Over time, it became very clear, due to the combination of venue capacity restrictions, curfews, and travel implications, that the tour simply could not proceed as planned.”
The Amsterdam date has been pushed back to July 26, while the Antwerp party will take place on June 26. However, the news does not affect any of the band’s summer festival dates.
For its part, Enter Shikari recently announced a new documentary series that will accompany the publication of leader Ro Reynolds’ book, A Treatise on Possibility.
The book was announced in April along with the band’s surprise group ‘End (Broadcasting from Interruption)’. In July, they shared the first of four small documentaries, A Film About Possibility, which explores the book’s themes and their relationship to the songs on the album.
In early July, the band announced a new movie “Live At Vada”, which was filmed at Vada Studios, where they recorded their latest album, “Nothing Is True & Everything Is Possible”.
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