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Kate Bush tickets will go on sale at 9.30am (GMT) on the 28th March 2014.
Details of concert dates and tickets as below…
KATE BUSH Dates AUGUST 26th, 27th, 29th, 30th SEPTEMBER 2nd, 3rd, 5th, 6th, 9th, 10th, 12th, 13th, 16th, 17th, 19th, 20th, 23rd, 24th, 26th, 27th, 30th OCTOBER 1st
Tickets Ticketing procedures have been put in place to ensure that tickets do not get sold on and fans do not pay a higher price for their tickets.
Ticket purchases are limited to a maximum of 4 per order. For example, you can try to purchase up to 4 tickets for just one of the 15 concerts, or 4 tickets for 4 separate shows.
The name of the lead booker will be printed on each ticket. The name cannot be changed once the booking has been made. The lead booker will be asked to present ID to gain entry into the venue.
Failure to adhere the terms and conditions may result in the customer’s order being void. There are no exceptions to this rule. The name of the lead booker will be printed on the first ticket. As the number of tickets is limited they will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis.
Tickets cannot be resold or transferred under any circumstances. If the promoter reasonably believe this to be the case the barcode on the ticket will be voided, prohibiting entry to the concert.
Age Restriction: 14+ (ALL UNDER 16's MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT)
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Starts slow and uneventful and then... Wow from Rt68, 02/09/14
Britains greatest ever female artist had a lot to live up to after her Tour of Life some 35 years ago, and with gossip of floatations tanks, life sized birds, helicopters and shipwrecks, it was with a feeling of disappointment and to much furrowed brows sitting around me that this most elusive of performers began her Bedore the Dawn comeback gig with six songs featuring none if the aforementioned, a very straightforward singer-and-band opening set, no theatrics, very ropey lighting and a feeling of is this it? For three hours?!. Oh, and Kate wears a very 1980s tassly jacket. Never recommended, really :-0
Even Running Up That Hill sounded stodgy and wasted in this opening section (a song so visual performed very ordinarily).
Its only after this section that things really start moving. The Ninth Wave section is inspired... Yellow confetti explosions, a lighting rig spotlighting the audience and swooping down billowing smoke as if looking for someone list at sea. Bush comes to life here, the beautiful Watching You Without Me performed in an underwater living room, the frantic exhilarating Jig of Life, and the heartbreaking Hello Earth all prove why this lady remains the worlds best. Genius.
The second half of the show is a track by track run through the 2nd disc of Aerial, Kates gorgeous 2005 album. A Sky of Honey comes to life in a live surrounding hampered only by an artist wooden puppet that goes on. And on..... the joke wears thin on this one and by the time somebody dressed as the puppet comes on to leap around the stage weve all gone past caring. Kates son Bertie sings anew song Tawny Moon, and sounds a little too theatre, a little too am-dram school production. Towards the end of this piece we see Kate gradually change into a blackbird.... for the track Aerial she dons a huge black wing and then finally, fully birded up, she rakes flight. Its magic and quite unlike anything youve ever seen it will see again.
The final two songs start with Among Angels from 50 Words for Snow. This should have been This Womans Work, it would face brought the house down. And whilst this is a note perfect performance, its just not that great a song to end a set with. Throughout Kates voice is perfect, hardly showing a trace of nerves. Finally we get Cloudbusting, and its a faithful, lovely rendition.
And after genuine heartfelt thanks shes gone. The enigma has disappeared.
Anyone without tickets for this show should rectify that fact. And soon. This show doesnt all work, but when it does, its jaw-dropping.
London - Hammersmith
Worth the 35 year wait! from Carina1106, 02/09/14
The show was amazing, I dont want to give anything away for those who are yet to experience this totally unique event. The effort and time that has been put into this show is astounding. The effects were excellent. Kates voice was strong and beautiful as ever. It was a pleasure to witness this event and I know you will love the evening as much as we did. I wish I had tickets for a second night, I would go again, and again. The only downfall was Eventims merchandise booth which, when I was there, did not seem to want to sell the merchandise as there was a crowd just standing in front of it, preventing me from getting near, I tried on at least 4 occasions. Now I see merchandise being sold for more than double the price on eBay. Five stars for Kate Bush. Minus stars for Eventim.
London - Eventim Apollo
Mesmerising from Dazmo2, 02/09/14
I go to many concerts and shows and have done since 1989. I have waited my whole life for this amazing artist to announce any live show of any kind I would be able toy attend. Got tickets via fan club presage on Eventim. Managed to secure excellent seats in centre stalls.
The night of the show finally arrived. Kate was superb. Her voice was amazing. The stage set was breathtaking. It was an amazing show. Both concepts of the Ninth Wave and The Sky of Honey were visually WOW. After the show I have to say I felt 2 things. I am and have been for many years a fan. The show was stunning, visually vocally and would not have missed this once in a lifetime opportunity. On the other hand i can see why some fans may have been disappointed regarding the lack of hits as it were. Only because this is and will probably be the only ever time Kate does this, but clearly with her vast albums and career she could not do everything and can relate to the fact that we may never now hear some of these amazing hits live or see then visually performed. This is not a crticism but just an observation. Loved the show and cannot wait to attend the second show we have on 17th Sept 2014. Thank you Kate for giving your fans this opportunity. We loved it very much. Worth the wait.
About this Artist
Kate Bush (born Catherine Bush on 30 July 1958 in Bexleyheath, Kent, England, now part of Greater London) is an English singer and songwriter known for her expressive four-octave soprano voice, idiosyncratic and literary lyrics, and eclectic and meticulous musical and production style. She debuted in 1978 with the surprise hit ”Wuthering Heights”, ... Read more