Enation have added a second headline show at London’s Omeara for later this month.
The new date takes place on Friday 18th May 2018, the day before the original show. Tickets for the show on Saturday 19th May sold out within 24 hours, persuading the band to add a second show.
Frontman Jonathan Jackson says, “We are thrilled to be adding a second show in London! Enation has been excited to play the UK for a while and we’re really looking forward to connecting with our UK fans.”
You can buy tickets for the new show at https://www.axs.com/uk/events/353991/enation-extra-date-added-tickets but be quick as they are likely to sell out pretty quickly too!
The headline shows are the first for Enation in the UK and follow the hugely successful Nashville in Concert Farewell UK Tour, which has just completed its run. Jackson was part of that tour alongside Charles Esten, Clare Bowen, Chris Carmack and Sam Palladio.
Enation featured Jonathan and his brother Richard Jackson along with Jonathan Thatcher, who used to be in UK band Delirious. In 2017 the band released their full-length album Anthems For the Apocalypse.
They will release their new single A Shock to the System soon, which Jackson performed during the Nashville tour.