The Flaming Lips

Doc Roc Presents

The Flaming Lips

Black Pistol Fire

Tue Apr 25

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:15 pm

Cain's Ballroom

Tulsa, OK

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This event is all ages


Advance $40 | Day of Show $45 | Door $45 | Mezzanine (21+) $55

There is a $2 fee that applies to each ticket purchased at the Cain's Box Office.

A Part of a Day in The Flaming Lips Life $140 (ONLINE ONLY)

Additional details for the VIP Package will be listed under the ticket type. VIP ticket purchasers will receive an email with instructions on or before April 21, 2017. Merchandise will either be shipped directly to the address provided at purchase (alternate shipping addresses are not permitted) or available for pick-up the night of the show. If you have any questions, before or after your purchase, please contact tickets@warnermusic.com - Thank You!

No re-entry! No smoking! No refunds!

OK Joe's BBQ will be open and available to ticket holders from 7pm - 9pm!

Support acts are subject to change without notice!

 

The Flaming Lips
The Flaming Lips
Bringing their neo-psychedelic flavor to a whole new generation of fans, the Flaming Lips released their most recent album, The Terror, in April 2013. Later in the year, they released Peace Sword, an EP of songs inspired by the film Ender's Game. The Flaming Lips have constantly been on tour during the past three years, with an average of two dates per month. It's an impressive schedule, to say the least, especially if you're familiar with how one-of-a-kind the band's live shows are. At any moment, ticket buyers can expect anything from puppets to video animation, confetti-filled balloons and colored smoke shows at a Flaming Lips concert. Frontman Wayne Coyne then steps into a giant plastic bubble and walks on top of the audience – crowdsurfing at its most nuanced. The Terror lends itself well to live interpretation, invoking as it does the dystopian psychology of science fiction novels. Surrealist antics on stage reflect the wonderfully dark tone of the album. Songs like the title track and "Butterfly, How Long it Takes to Die" are hauntingly beautiful, cathartic songs about love and loss, life and death.

Wayne Coyne, his brother, Mark, and their friend, Michael Ivins founded the band in 1983. After several personnel changes, the band finally found a winning formula, and pretty soon, was cranking out albums. Transmissions from the Satellite Heart, released in 1993, hit the charts, received critical acclaim and earned the band a spot at Lollapalooza. The single, "She Don't Use Jelly," inspired a cult following and reached No. 55 on Billboard's Top 100. Coyne and company followed with several more albums, each one offering a new spin, new concept and new set of rules by which the band continued to remain fresh year after year.
Black Pistol Fire
Black Pistol Fire
Black Pistol Fire are a rock and roll duo originally from Toronto, Canada, but are now based out of Austin, Texas. Their wild and energetic rock-and-roll sound has been described as a mix of classic southern rock and garage punk, garnering comparisons to early Kings of Leon, Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Black Keys, and Clutch. It's clear that the band's sound spans many different eras and subgenres, relying on a classic rock and roll sound that has been updated for our modern times.
Venue Information:
Cain's Ballroom
423 N Main St.
Tulsa, OK, 74103
http://www.cainsballroom.com