The Polyphonic Spree + support by Goodnight Lenin BRISTOL - Tickets

The Polyphonic Spree + support by Goodnight Lenin BRISTOL - Tickets
Mon, 07/09/15, 19:00 Motion
74-78 Avon Street, BS2 0PX BRISTOL

15th Anniversary Tour

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Doors 7:30pm
Over 14s Only (Under 18s with an adult)

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The Polyphonic Spree + support by Goodnight Lenin, Motion, 07/09/15
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The Polyphonic Spree are a self-described "choral symphonic rock" group from the Dallas, Texas area. The band generally consists of a 10-person choir, a pair of keyboardists, as well as a percussionist, drummer, bassist, guitarist, flautist, trumpeter, trombonist, violinist/violist, harpist, French horn player, a pedal steel player, theremin player, and an electronic effects person. Individual members and the number of musicians vary because of the flexibility necessary in travelling with such a large band. Tim DeLaughter is musical director and contributes lead vocals, as well as keyboards, guitar, and percussion.

This September the band celebrate their 15th Anniversary by performing their debut album "The Beginning Stages of..." in its entirety with a bunch of favourites afterwards. This is not just an ordinary concert - this is an experience. Get your tickets now.
    The Polyphonic Spree
      4.5 stars, from 2 Fan reports
  • London - The Clapham Grand


    you know what youre getting with Polyphonic Spree from walking class hero, 11/06/14
    a lot of people on stage, a vaguely culty feel and lots of stuff you can hum/singalong to really liked the Clapham Grand as well - 1st time Ive been to a gig there
  • London - The Clapham Grand


    A wonderfully, joyous show! from Geordie, 10/06/14
    My first visit to The Clapham Grand and expectations gleaned from the website was borne out in the flesh as this quaint old theatre provided perfect surroundings for the wonderful Polyphonic Spree. I missed the opening act as a nearby Vietnamese restaurant urgently needed my attention, I did however manage to catch main support MT who provided an entertaining prelude to the main event. From the outset The Polyphonic Spree were a delightful kaleidoscopic vision while blasting out their wonderfully joyous songs, in between Tim de Laughter would amuse the crowd with his witty observations. A terrific show, I still cant help smiling when I think about it.

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