Enter Shikari announce April 2013 UK tour Enter Shikari Tickets

Band set to play 24 dates on the stretch before Download festival appearance

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Enter Shikari have announced a 24-date tour for April and May 2013.

The band, who released their third studio album in January 2012, will play at venues in towns that they have either not played for a long time, never played before, or that rarely get gigs on their doorstep. Support on the tour will come from Hacktivist.

A statement from the band reads: "We speak to a lot of people who come to the big shows and we're very aware that a large number of them travel distances to come and see us."

He added: "Not everyone lives in a major city, so we figured it was time we went out and tried to visit some people a little closer to home. It’s going to be awesome to be in small rooms and up-close-and-personal with crowds again, plus visiting some new places along the way."

The band have also revealed that they are set to play the main stage at this summer's Download Festival, which will take place at Donington Park between June 14 and 16.

Enter Shikari will play:

Dorking Halls, Dorking (April 4)
Cheese & Grain, Frome (5)
University, Plymouth (6)
Princess Pavilion, Falmouth (8)
City Hall, Salisbury (9)
Grand Pier, Weston-super-Mare (10)
Brangwyn Hall, Swansea (12)
Leisure Centre, Ebbw Vale (13)
Floral Pavilion, New Brighton (15)
Grand Hall, Kilmarnock (16)
Iron Works, Inverness (17)
Garage, Aberdeen (18)
Volunteer Hall, Galashiels (21)
Engine Shed, Lincoln (22)
Ocean Rooms, Scarborough (23)
Baths Hall, Scunthorpe (24)
Forum, Hatfield (26)
Roadmender, Northampton (27)
Cresset, Peterborough (28)
Mandela Hall, Belfast (30)
Nerve Centre, Derry (May 1)
Pavilion, Cork (2)
Academy, Dublin (3)
Kasbah, Coventry (5)


Earlier this week, Enter Shikari were confirmed to play the next show in a new season of monthly Converse Gigs at London's 100 Club on Monday, January 28. Special guests on the night will be The Algorithm.

To check the availability of Enter Shikari tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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