Both The Enemy and Reverend and the Makers have announced they will be visiting Lincoln’s Engine Shed as part of their individual autumn tours.
The Enemy will play at the Engine Shed November 17th, promoting their recent album, Music for the People. The band recorded two studio albums so far, and released nine singles, four of which made the UK Top 20 upon entering the charts. This is not their first time at the Engine Shed either, playing there a year previous.
Reverend and the Makers are also set to play the Engine Shed on October 23rd, promoting soon-to-be-released album A French Kiss in Kaos (due July 27th). Similar to The Enemy, the indie band have a studio album and two out of four single releases made it into the UK Top 20.
The Reverend and the Makers have made frequent appearances at the Engine Shed, every one of them going down well with their audiences.
Tickets for Reverend and the Makers are on sale now at £12, and tickets for The Enemy’s gig are to go on sale June 4th priced at £18. Both are available at the Engine Shed’s box office, and are for over 16s only.Tweet