Feel free to bring to follow items to this event. Select the green icon for more info:
This concert allows re-usable water bottles/canteens and Take Note Initiative Silipints. Personal umbrellas, phones, backpacks, binoculars and personal cameras without detachable lenses. Happiness.
The following items are restricted from this event. Click the red icon for more info:
No low-profile chairs, blankets, towels or yoga mats, tall chairs or recliners. No Strollers. No weapons of any kind including pocket knives. Anything to smoke of any kind. Outside food, beverages, drugs. Golf umbrellas. Aeroloungers. Fireworks and all other projectiles. Hula hoops or poi spin balls. Pets including emotional support or companion animals.
Tickets onsale Friday, March 16th at 10 a.m. through this website and in person at the Ticket Mill in the Old Mill District.
The Pixies have been acclaimed as the most influential, pioneering band of the late 1980s alt-rock movement, having blazed the trail for artists from Nirvana to Radiohead to Pearl Jam. Today, a whole new generation of fans are discovering the iconic band that David Bowie called “the psychotic Beatles.”
After five genre-defining studio albums, the Pixies disbanded in 1993 before launching their reunion tour in 2004. Newly energized, the Pixies played to packed houses across the globe for seven years – a longer period of time than they were originally together. But writing, recording and releasing new music was something that the band had been wanting to do for a long time, so they secretly booked studio time in Wales for the fall of 2012. Six days into the recording, founding bassist Kim Deal decided to leave the band; Black Francis, Joey Santiago and David Lovering made the decision to carry on, working with a variety of touring bassists, something they'd never done.
They seem to have done alright.
Indie Cindy was released in 2014 and Head Carrier in 2016.
The Pixies live on. God save the Pixies.