Don’t Miss Sigur Rós | TONIGHT @ TPAC’s Andrew Jackson Hall


Continuing a stripped down tour experiment that began last year, Icelandic post-rock trio Sigur Rós are currently in the midst of a run of very special spring dates, which returns them to Nashville tonight, June 12 for a performance at TPAC‘s Andrew Jackson Hall. The show comes nearly four years after the band’s last Music City outing, at The Woods at Fontanel, and more than a decade after their only other Nashville performance, at The Ryman.

Eschewing the the strings, brass, and backing players the group have come to rely on to help flesh out their experiential, ambient sound, this run of largely theatrical appearances sees Sigur Rós perform as merely as a trio, and, in lieu of an opening act, they’ll play two career-spanning sets separated by an intermission- a show perfectly suited for a space geared to theater like TPAC.

A limited number of tickets to this unique affair are still available here, and since there’s no opener, expect the set to begin at 8 p.m. sharp, for what is without a doubt going to be one of the most magical nights a Sigur Rós fan could ask for!

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