The Enemy Tickets Tickets

DateVenueCityLowest Price

28 May   (Wed)


29 May   (Thu)

The Temple at HMV InstituteBirmingham

31 May   (Sat)

Manchester Academy 2Manchester

03 Jun   (Tue)

Glasgow GarageGlasgow

04 Jun   (Wed)

The Cockpit LeedsLeeds

06 Jun   (Fri)

The LeadmillSheffield

07 Jun   (Sat)

King Georges HallBlackburn

04 Jul   (Fri)


16 Nov   (Mon)

Fibbers (Barfly York)York

17 Nov   (Tue)

The RitzManchester

18 Nov   (Wed)

The Institute BirminghamBirmingham

20 Nov   (Fri)

The Forum Kentish TownLondon

21 Nov   (Sat)

The EmpireCoventry

22 Nov   (Sun)

Wedgewood RoomsPortsmouth/Southsea

24 Nov   (Tue)


28 Nov   (Sat)


29 Nov   (Sun)


01 Dec   (Tue)

Rock City NottinghamNottingham

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British indie rockers "The Enemy" have announced that their long awaited comeback tour will take place in the UK this May.

The band who shot to prominence in 2007, with their critically acclaimed debut album "We'll Live and Die in These Towns", have announced that they will play three shows this spring."The Enemy" have been feverishly working on the follow-up to their last album "Music for the People", which was released in 2009. Fans were rewarded for their patience in February of 2012, with the release of the first single from the upcoming record -'Streets in the Sky', which is available to download for free, from "The Enemy's" official website.The Coventry trio are expected to announce further dates in support of the upcoming record, after the yet to be set release date, tentatively scheduled for Autumn 2012.The tour will began at the Manchester Academy on the 23rd of May, followed up by a stop at the London o2, before finishing up on the 25th of May at Glasgow Barrowlands.

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