Lower Than Atlantis announce Hertfordshire homecoming concert

Lower Than Atlantis will be appearing at Watford Colosseum

Lower Than Atlantis will be appearing at Watford Colosseum - Credit: Press pictured supplied by Watford Colosseum

Fresh from supporting St Albans’ Enter Shikari at Alexandra Palace, Lower Than Atlantis have announced a hometown Hertfordshire show as part of their 2018 UK tour.

They band will be headlining a special concert at Watford Colosseum on Friday, April 13.

This follows on from their huge top 10 album Safe In Sound, as well as headlining Brixton Academy and playing the gigantic UK arena tour with Enter Shikari.

The hometown Watford gig forms part of the band’s 22-date spring tour.

Lead singer Mike Duce said: “It’s been nearly four years since we did a regional run in the UK and we can’t wait to get to some towns that we haven’t even been to before.

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“We’ve got an amazing package being announced later on too, plus a homecoming show in Watford, which will be massive.

“Grab your mates and get tickets quick as these rooms aren’t the biggest.”

Tickets cost £20.50 each. Tickets for the Watford Colosseum tour date are available now at www.watfordcolosseum.co.uk or by calling 01923 571102.

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3rd April - Junction Cambridge

4th April - Assembly Leamington Spa

6th April - Sin City Swansea

7th April - Muni Arts Centre Pontypridd

8th April - Guildhall Gloucester

9th April - Komedia Bath

11th April - Lemongrove Exeter

12th April - Engine Rooms Southampton

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14th April - Chinnerys Southend

15th April - Concorde 2 Brighton

3rd May - o2 Academy Oxford

4th May - Sub89 Reading

5th May - Central Station Wrexham

7th May - Hangar34 Liverpool

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11th May - Empire Middlesbrough

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