Coventry band The Enemy have announced details of their farewell tour, following the announcement of their split.
Having released four albums over the past ten years, the last of which in October 2015, the group made a statement via Facebook that this will be the last time they will play as The Enemy for the foreseeable future. The news follows on from a highly successful UK tour last November, during which they played Birmingham’s O2 Institute.
In the statement, the band said:
“As we stand on stage for the last few times this tour, I’ll be cherishing the last fleeting moments of a decade that has shaped who we all are, bands and fans alike.”
The Enemy’s final tour will kick off in Manchester and London before a hometown show at Coventry Empire on September 17th. They’ll then go on to play in Newcastle and Leeds before closing in Glasgow on September 26th.
Tickets go on sale via O2 priority on Wednesday April 13th at 9am before a general sale on Friday April 15th at 9am here.
The full dates are as follows:
15 – Manchester, O2 Ritz
16 – London, O2 Forum
17 – Coventry, Empire
24 – Newcastle, O2 Academy
25 – Leeds, O2 Academy
26 – Glasgow, O2 ABC
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