Wu-Tang Clan are set to unite for a series of 20th anniversary shows.
Wu-Tang Clan could only have happened at a certain time, in a certain place. Back in 1993, hip hop was still an anarchic, unpredictable force but the genre was making serious inroads into the mainstream.
With 'Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)' the group were re-write how a hip hop album should be made, turning themselves into stars in the process.
Toasting their 20th anniversary, Wu-Tang Clan have decided to re-unite. All surviving members will appear onstage, with the iconic hip hop collective planning a two night stint in the UK.
An extremely rare chance to catch the group in the flesh, Wu-Tang Clan will hit Manchester on July 25th before travelling to Brixton Academy on July 26th.
Tickets for both shows go on sale at 9am this Friday (April 12th).
Wu-Tang Clan are set to play the following shows:
25 Manchester O2 Apollo
26 London O2 Academy Brixton