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Psychedelic provocateurs The Flaming Lips are no strangers to the weird and wonderful. With their astral soundscapes peppered with whimsy and humor to their Merry Prankster-esque on-stage antics, the band has become a cult favorite since the release of their first studio album in the 1980s. Now, following the release of their 15th record, 'King's Mouth: Music and Songs', don't miss the band as they head on a jaunt across the country this summer!
Described by Rolling Stone as having "a voice that evokes Neil Young on nitrous oxide," singer Wayne Coyne takes the moniker of frontman to an entirely new level. During large festival shows, he makes an entrance by descending from an alien mother ship in a bubble and floats across the audience as he performs. The concerts also feature lasers, projected screens, balloons, and confetti cannons.
Performance date: 28 April 2022
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