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Save The Date, Birds Of Tokyo Are Performing With A Symphony Orchestra In Brisbane Next Year

By Camille Brandon
27th Apr 2020

The band members of Birds of Tokyo sitting at seperate tables in a baroque style room.

It’s time to warm up those vocal cords because Birds of Tokyo are coming to Brisbane next year. We know you normally only sing in the shower, but it’s okay because with the band and the legendary Queensland Symphony Orchestra performing together for the first time ever, no one will hear you singing off tune at the top of your lungs. 

In case you missed it, Birds of Tokyo just dropped a brand new album, Human Design, and you’ll want to put it on repeat so you know every song before they hit town in February next year. Not only will the band be belting out their best tunes, they’ll be performing with one of Australia’s most prestigious symphony orchestras to bring to you a show you can’t miss. 

Yes, that’s right—the five-man band will be joined by 50 members of the Queensland Symphony Orchestra, at QPAC in South Brisbane. Not only will they be showcasing their new songs, they’ll be playing re-imagined versions of their classics, like Plans, Lanterns and This Fire, that we all know and love. Catch one of their shows on Friday 12 February or Saturday 13 February, 2021. Tickets will go on sale at 10am on Friday 1 May here so don’t miss out.

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