CHART-TOPPING indie band, The Enemy, are coming back to Stratford-upon-Avon this Saturday to take part in a DJ battle at Maison nightclub in Greenhill Street.
The Coventry trio, whose debut album 'We’ll Live and Die in These Towns' went straight to number 1 back in 2007, used to play in Stratford in their early days.
This weekend they’re performing at Maison’s new Stratford Rocks event, which pits indie DJs against house music DJs.
Tab Daelman, General Manager of Maison, said: “The night has been really popular so far and we’ve got some amazing acts for the future. Combining indie DJ sets with house music, it’s a lot like the well-known Ibiza Rocks concept.”
Birmingham indie band The Twang kicked off the monthly event in August, before Sheffield indie band Reverend & the Makers played in September.
Next month, Glaswegian rockers The Fratellis are coming to town.
“Last month, John Reverend kindly finished the night with an intimate acoustic set in the garden,” said Mr Daelman.
“But this month is the big one, The Enemy, who have reached global recognition in recent years.”
The Enemy, whose inspiration include The Jam, The Libertines, Oasis, and The Clash, released their third album Streets in the Sky last year and are currently touring the UK.
Tickets are available for £5 in advance from Stash Street Wear, the new clothing shop that’s open inside Maison during the day.
Free tickets are also available with every purchase from Stash, and there will also be tickets on the door. Saturday’s event is from 10pm to 3am.
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