King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard Tickets
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Rated 5 out of 5 by dezb from And I thought they wouldn't be able to top last year's gig! Just as last year, when King Gizzard played the Concorde 2, it was a hot day, so we knew it was going to be another sweat-fest! After the plainly disappointing support act (some kind of 90s indie throwback), the lads took to the stage and the mosh-pit kicked off. A mix of stuff from the later albums made up most of the set, then there seemed to be a bit of confusion about what to play and they continued with tracks from Quarters. Stu announced at one point that it wasn't as hot as last time they played, but as I wrung out my sopping shirt, I begged to differ! Then Stu announced that he wanted to be carried to the sea! I looked at the copper guarding the barrier nearby and by his stoney expression thought it wouldn't happen... but Stu stripped down to his boxers and dived into the crowd. We spilled out into the cool Brighton air and he was carried on the crowds hands down to the sea for his baptism. Some lad said to me as we made our way back to the venue (the band could be heard still playing) that it was the best gig he'd ever been to! Yes, they are that good live!
Date published: 2017-06-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by linetra from King Gizzard - Concorde 2 It was awesome. I was expecting it to be a little bit longer though
Date published: 2017-06-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by Patibeast_90 from Amazing!!!! One of the best gigs I attended last few months! No rattle, just straight to the point: "Hello Brighton. Rattlesnake" and of they went. Briliant athmosfe :)
Date published: 2017-06-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by SoundSerpent from Better than it said on the tin! I do a lot of gigs on my own, fed up with waiting around for friends to get their acts together, which often leads to missing brilliant support acts! So I get to see a lot of music without distractions like unnecessary chat during performances, which really gets my Goat. If you want to talk, stay by the bar or somewhere well away from me while I'm listening to what I've paid to listen to. Don't bring your yakking to the stage! Well, I discovered something else that gets my Goat and that's having to watch almost the entire gig through other punter's (No so smart!) devices! What is the point of spending the whole gig looking through something, when you can experience the actual event in real time, right in front of your very eyes? Another Goat getting thing, is having to put up with getting drenched by flying beer (At least I hope it was beer!) every few minutes, at an intimate indoor event. Mind you, I guess it's not as gross as being gobbled on at the front of a punk gig in the 70s. Anyway, the bands and music were brilliant, but it would have been even better to see the event through my own eyes. Just keep your devices in your pockets and your beer in your mouths guys!
Date published: 2016-09-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by Upopulaer from NONAGON INFINITY OPENS THE DOOR! I went there on my own because who cares if your mates don't like them (bad people!). Parrots were great, King Gizz were SUPERB! Their energy, they way the act, play, just perfect! They started with Robot Stop (because of course Nonagon Infinity needs to open that frigging door!) and played some tunes from the very much perfect Nonagon Infinity, which in my modest opinion is such a fierce album, then carried on with some new tunes and then played some songs from their previous albums (Paper Mâché Dream Balloon, I'm In Your Mind Fuzz). This concert was perfect and I'd say it was better than the one in Camden in February (also really good!). Cheers mates, come back to London town because we love you!
Date published: 2016-09-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by inpreose from Great band poor venue. There were a hard pack of around 20 under 16's in the mosh pit and they invaded the stage and threw cans at the band. At first I enjoyed the energy, then I realised the management of The Haunt in Brighton were doing nothing to stop the kids ruining the experience for people that had more respect for the music. At one point there was a kid standing on the stage in front of the lead singer of Kind Gizzard taking selfies of himself, blocking the audience view of the band. They were amazing musically but I won't be going to the Haunt in Brighton again.
Date published: 2016-02-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by Eddybaby from 2 Drummers!! This was hands down the greatest gig i have ever been to, and i've been to plenty. So much talent on one stage. They had 2 drummers playing mental jazz beats in perfect unison. Never seen that before.
Date published: 2016-02-18