Enter Shikari Get Confirmed For Intimate Show At London’s 100 Club

The Hatfield four-piece are looking to eclipse last year’s performance at The Bull & Gate by laying waste to another tiny room.

If there’s anything Enter Shikari are best known for, it’d be their live shows. Whether they’re playing in front of a 50,000 people crowd on the main stage at Reading Festival, or a handful of people in the back of a pub, there’s always been something incendiary about their performances.

After touring the world in support of their most recent effort ‘A Flash Flood Of Colour’, the Hatfield four-piece have graced all manner of stages, ending their beautifully successful year with a fully sold out tour of the UK. Playing in some of Britain’s best venues, they not only managed to perform once in each city, but two nights in a row for most of the tour.

But, no one deny it; the sweatiest, craziest, most stand out shows always seems to happen in the tiny venues. Last year, for example, the band took to Camden’s Bull & Gate and destroyed part of the ceiling, before fans went on to name it one of their favourite shows ever.

So, the good news? Enter Shikari will be heading into the ‘intimate’ confines of the 100 Club later this year, and boy, we’d come prepared for chaos.

Performing as part of Converse’s gig series, the band will take to the stage on 28th January. The best news of all? It’s entirely free, and to be in a chance with getting messy, all you have to do is head here.