The Enemy

The Enemy

The Enemy have moved their gigs at Coventry Cathdral Ruins next week to be held on Monday 21st and Tuesday 22nd May to the city’s Kasbah venue.

The trio were due to play the outdoor hometown shows to celebrate the release of their new album ‘Streets In The Sky’. However, they’ve been forced into the rethink due to “noise restrictions imposed by Coventry Council and certain health and safety aspects”.

In a statement, the band said they were “devastated, just gutted” at being forced to pull the shows”, but said they’d still play full sets at the Kasbah.

“The noise restrictions and some red tape the council and cathedral have imposed mean that we’ll have to move the gig, at the eleventh hour. [We’ve] been left with no choice,” they said. “We don’t want to risk having to cancel the show on the morning if the council and the police decide not to grant a license. It’s not fair to the fans who’ve spent their hard earned on tickets.”

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Glenn

Editor & Photographer. Eclectic music tastes and fan of a good beat. Can usually be found at a Gig across the Country or at a Festival in the Summer - More than likely with a camera surgically attached to me.
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