Fri 18.10.2024

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds

The Wild God Tour

Olympic Hall

He is a legend and has been one of the world's most influential artists and musicians for four decades. Now Nick Cave and his Bad Seeds are going on tour in Europe again - and are also coming to the Olympic Hall following the release of their 18th studio album "Wild God". For a furious evening with old classics and songs from their "work of ecstasy", as Cave described the latest longplayer.

The success story of the Australian formation of Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds began in 1984 with "From Her To Eternity": the debut album immediately reached number 1 in the British indie charts. As an author and poet, writer and actor, Cave not only influenced numerous artists in various genres over the following decades - the multi-talented artist has also developed into one of the most versatile songwriters in rock history. The albums "The Boatman's Call" (1997) and "Skeleton" (2016) in particular, with their melancholic ambience and dark lyricism, are among the most outstanding exceptional works. Nick Cave was also heard on the soundtrack of "Peaky Blinders" and as the interpreter of "O Children" in the famous dance scene of Harry Potter and Hermione in "The Deathly Hallows". In December 2023, he touched people with his interpretation of the Pogues song "A Rainy Night in Soho" at the funeral service of his old friend Shane MacGowan. Cave called his 18th studio album "Wild God" "a complicated album, but it goes very deep and conveys an infectious joy. It makes you happy and touches you." Good prerequisites for a grandiose evening on 18 October in the Olympic Hall. 

Support: The Murder Capital

08:00 PM
Entry 06:30 PM
Olympic Hall


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