The Flaming Lips will play the “worlds first space bubble concert” on December 11, allowing fans to watch them perform live during the coronavirus pandemic.
“Yesss!! Tickets (only 100) go on sale tomorrow at www.criterionokc.com (gimme a sec an I’ll put real link in bio) .. yesssss!! Worlds First Space Bubble Concert is happening on December 11 at the Criterion Theatre in Bricktown in Downtown Oklahoma USA!!!” the band’s frontman Wayne Coyne announced on Instagram.
“Ok… so.. tickets go on sale tomorrow.. for the purchase of one space bubble spot you can have ONE: HuMAN or TWO:HuMANS or ( up to ) THREE HuMANS.. so.. You and one friend or You and Two friends .. or .. can jus be you.. I will be posting ANSWERS to ALL your questions soooooon…,” Coyne added.
Tickets, only 100 available, are on sale now.
The band are also expected to perform inside their own space bubbles as well. Last month, the band had played two songs from their latest album American Head for fans in space bubbles.
In an interview with BrooklynVegan earlier this year, Coyne had said that his own experience playing inside of a space bubble gave him confidence in the band’s ability to execute the idea.
“It holds a lot of air. I mean, you can be in there for quite a while. I just don’t think people quite realize what it is as a mechanism. But we’ve just messed with them for so long, we kind of know that it can all work and how it can work and all that,” he said.
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