WIN: Guest list passes to see Enter Shikari on the Grand Pier

PUBLISHED: 09:55 24 January 2013

Enter Shikari

Enter Shikari


ONE of the hottest bands in Britain today will be playing a gig on Weston’s Grand Pier in April – and we have guest list passes to give away.

Enter Shikari are renowned for their incendiary live shows, and have enjoyed a meteoric ascent over the past 18 months.

Their third album A Flash Flood Of Colour was named Kerrang Magazine’s album of the year, and end-of-year acclaim from a number of other respected music experts.

They also played a sell-out UK tour which earned them two Kerrang awards for their live shows, and saw them named Best Band Of Reading/Leeds by NME readers.

Now, ahead of a break from touring to begin work on a new album scheduled for a 2014 release, Enter Shikari have revealed a final wave of dates in a new Off The Beaten Track tour.

Among them will be a debut date in Weston – part of a strategy to get closer to the fans who have catapulted the St Albans quartet to such stellar heights.

The band said: “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.

“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.”

Tickets for their Grand Pier gig on April 10 are now on sale, priced £16.50, from

However, we have a pair of guest list passes available for two lucky winners.

To be in with a chance of winning, answer the following question: Which magazine named A Flash Flood Of Colour as its album of 2012?

To submit your answer, click on the link on the top right-hand side of this page.

The closing date is February 7, and usual Archant rules apply.

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