It’s time to say goodbye to The Enemy; the band confirm their Last Orders farewell tour.
The Enemy extend farewell tour
Updated: 19 April 2016
After a phenomenal demand to see The Enemy for one last time, the band have announced a series of additional shows as part of their Last Orders farewell tour.
The group have confirmed three gigs in their hometown of Coventry, and they will play additional shows in Manchester, London and Glasgow. As well as the extra dates, it’s been confirmed their tour will now visit Bristol, Liverpool and Leicester during September.
The Enemy’s Last Orders tour will celebrate the band’s time together and mark the end of the group. The shows will be their last live concerts before the group split, so it’s sure to be an emotional gig for those with The Enemy tickets.
The Enemy UK tour
Updated: 12 April 2016
The Enemy, who are behind tracks You’re Not Alone and It’s Not OK, have announced they are disbanding and will tour for one last time.
Liam Watts, Andy Hopkins and Tom Clarke’s last ever tour dates will take place during September 2016, and this will be the last chance for fans to catch the Coventry band perform live.
Their tour, named Last Orders, will kick off at Manchester’s The Ritz on 15 September. The group will then head to London’s The Forum for a concert on the following night. 24 September sees the group play the O2 Academy Newcastle, and the following evening they will headline the O2 Academy Leeds.
The Enemy’s Last Orders tour will come to an end at Glasgow’s ABC on 26 September, which will be their final gig before disbanding.
Special guests will join The Enemy on their Last Orders tour, which will be a tour to remember. Don’t miss out on your chance to see the indie-rock group for one last time. Find available The Enemy tickets below.
The tour is sure to be poignant with the band performing their favourite hits from their back-catalogue, which spans 10 years since the group formed in 2006 in Coventry.
The Enemy have released four studio albums: We’ll Live And Die In These Towns (2007), Music For The People (2009), Streets In The Sky (2012) and It’s Automatic (2015).
Their first collection went straight to No.1 in the UK following its release. Their success continued with a Q Award and an NME Award bestowed on them.
Building a strong fan base, The Enemy’s live performance, which expertly showcase their signature riffs and incredible penmanship, has meant fans keep coming back for more. It’s this talent that earned the band spots on the likes of Glastonbury and Reading and Leeds Festival line-ups. Don’t miss out on tickets to The Enemy’s Last Orders tour.