Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds MANCHESTER - Tickets
Victoria Station, M3 1AR MANCHESTER
Manchester, One Night Only: Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds - 25 September 2017
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Prince of Darkness, Nick Cave, and his eponymous band are in the Manchester Arena for one night only!
Part of their eight-week European tour, this is the only show in the north of England, so tickets are likely to sell out quickly.
The touring line-up consists of Nick cave, Warren Ellis, Martyn Casey, Thomas Wylder, Jim Sclavunos,Conway Savage, George Vjestica and Larry Mullins.
Nick Cave & The Bad Seedsstars, from 3 Fan reports
London - Hammersmith Apollo
Classic Bad Seeds! from PogoPrincess, 29/10/13Ive seen the Bad Seeds several times and this was one of the best performances yet. They played songs from the new album Push the Sky Away but also kept the crowd happy with a good selection of classic Bad Seed numbers such as Stagger Lee and Jangling Jack. Nicks energy on stage was as infectious as always and even after a generous set and encore the crowd still brayed for more. Loved it!
London - Gaumont Palace (Hammersmith Odeon)
Excellent concert from William, 28/10/13A very good evening at the Hammersmith Odeon (formally the Gaumont Palace). Nick Cave did an excellent set of old and new songs. The band were very tight and musically magnificent. The lighting was good, and the blinders didnt blind. My only caveat was that Nick played 90 of the evening to the front two rows. Id have thought that he especially would have played to the gods.
London - Hammersmith Apollo
Amazing gig from Bevjo, 28/10/13The gig was absolutely amazing with a good mixture of old and new songs. The highlight for me was an extended version of Stagger Lee. The loudest cheer, however, came for Red Right Hand. The muscians were amazing especially Warren Ellis who was a treat to watch. Hammersmith Apollo was a great venue and even though we were sat quite far back the sound was brilliant. They played for 2 hours and could have stayed longer. Immaculately dressed as ever, long may they perform
About this Artist
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds were formed in 1983 in West Berlin, Germany by two former members of the Australian band The Birthday Party: Nick Cave (vocals, songwriter, keyboards, harmonica) and multi-instrumentalist Mick Harvey. The duo were joined by Einstürzende Neubauten member Blixa Bargeld (guitar), Hugo Race (guitar), and former Magazine memb...