Electronic and dubstep band Hadouken! will hit the Engine Shed stage on Tuesday, April 24th.
The band, who have recently being signed to the Ministry of Sound label, will be giving Lincoln fans a taste of their highly-anticipated third album, due to be released in the next few months.
Known for their energetic performances, the Leeds based group has become a household name after second album “For the Masses” hit the top 20 last year. Singles such as “Mic Check” and “Oxygen” were big hits during the festival season, as the band played the likes of Radio 1’s Big Weekend and Reading and Leeds.
Hadouken! also supported Pendulum on their UK stadium tour last year, and have remixed tracks from artists such as Plan B, Bloc Party and Does It Offend You, Yeah?
The band kicked off their climb to fame with the 2007 cult single “That Boy That Girl”, giving them a leg up onto the Radio 1 play list, swiftly followed by the second single “Liquid Lives”.
If you are a fan of heavy beats, great electronic riffs and catchy vocals, or were a fan of the bands previous two albums, this is not to be missed.
Tickets are available now through the official Hadouken! Website, and will go on sale Friday, February 3rd at 9am from the Engine Shed box office or online priced at £12 plus booking fee. For more information visit the Engine Shed Website.Tweet