3rd June 2009, 9:27am
Engine Shed welcomes back The Enemy
The Enemy Indie rockers The Enemy will make a welcome return to the Engine Shed later this year following their recent sell-out show.

The Coventry-based band, who released their second album Music for the People in April, will perform at the venue on the University of Lincoln’s Brayford campus on Tuesday 17 November.

It will be their second gig at the Engine Shed this year – having performed a sell-out show to a delighted audience in March.

The Enemy won Best New Band at the NME Awards last year, following on from the title of Best New Act which they claimed at the Q Awards the previous year.

Their debut album, We’ll Live and Die in These Towns, reached the top of the UK album charts in its first week of release and last year went platinum.

Victoria Simpson, Events and Marketing Manager at the Engine Shed, said: “Lincoln welcomed the Enemy with rapturous applause when they played the Engine Shed in March this year and to have a band of such acclaim visit the venue for a second time in a year is fantastic, not only for the venue but also the city. To be able to attract high profile acts such as The Enemy yet again shows that the Engine Shed and the city of Lincoln have firmly cemented their place on the live music circuit.”

Tickets for the concert cost £18 advance and go on sale at 9am on Thursday 4 June. They are available from the Engine Shed Box Office, which is open Monday to Friday from 10am-4pm, www.engineshed.co.uk, 0844 888 8766 and HMV Lincoln.

The event is strictly for over-16s and doors open at 7pm.
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