Following the release of their new album 'We are not your kind', Slipknot announced a show in Dublin as part of their 2020 European tour.
Following a world premiere at New York City’s The Shed and a residency at Mexico City’s Parque Bicentenario, Björk announces the European premiere of Cornucopia with 8 upcoming shows, including a date at the 3 Arena in Dublin on 28 November. Click here for Tickets.
According to Björk, this is her “most elaborate stage concert yet, where the acoustic and digital will shake hands, encouraged by a bespoke team of collaborators. Cornucopia is probably as expansive as I will get … an effort to find an equilibrium between all areas.”
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Cornucopia is digital theatre crafted around Björk’s most recent album ‘Utopia’. The show is created and produced by Björk, with music co-produced by Arca, and the staging directed by film director Lucrecia Martel. The digital visuals are by media artist Tobias Gremmler, co-creative direction from James Merry and a stage design by Chiara Stephenson. Also performing on stage are the Icelandic flute septet Viibra, harpist Katie Buckley, with percussion from Manu Delago.
Electronics and a number of bespoke instruments are also implemented in the innovative surround-sound stage design. Cornucopia boasts a 360 sound system that “immerses fans in a sensory techno-acoustic utopia, underscored by a poignant socio-political message about the need for environmental action” – Dazed.
During the show, Björk will perform a number of songs from inside a specially-built reverb chamber made with acousticians Arup which will allow her to sing live with customised natural acoustics.
Balmain and Iris Van Herpen are the designers behind the couture costumes worn by the cast of Cornucopia.
‘One of the most incredible displays of lights and sounds ever to grace a stage in the city’
— New York Magazine
‘Björk’s Cornucopia is the Wildest Visual Display in a Concert That I’ve Ever Seen’
— Vulture Magazine
‘Fantasy as a weapon for change’
— The New Yorker
‘100 minutes of a nearly overwhelming array of sounds and images, a true feast for the senses and an ecstatic paean to nature and flutes. Her voice sounded incredible as ever, never flagging throughout the show as if drawn from an infinite wellspring of power and energy’
— Brooklyn Vegan
‘Bjork’s insane new theatre production is an experimental art-pop masterpiece: ‘Cornucopia’ just might be her masterpiece.’
Tickets to Björk: Cornucopia tour in Dublin at the 3Arena on 28 November go on sale Friday, 9 August at 10 am.
Björk’s ticket price starts from €48.50 + service charges. Click here for Tickets.