The Comet is Coming Concert Tickets
Experience the sound of cosmic jazz live and purchase The Comet is Coming tickets today. The London-based band incorporates jazz, funk and psychedelic rock to create their own realm of music. Known for a high level of creativity, the instrumental jazz trio forces music lovers out of their comfort zone with a unique sound. Using the jazz trio format, the group makes genre-bending and electrifying music that thrills audiences.
The band formed in 2013 and the players go by the pseudonyms King Shabaka, Danalogue and Betamax. World-renowned jazz musician and saxophonist Shabaka Hutchings plays in the band as King Shabaka. The United Kingdom band is associated with space imagery because of its cosmic jazz fusion emphasis in the music. The band was nominated for the Mercury Prize Album of the Year in 2016 for its debut album, “Channel the Spirits.” The band most recently went on tour for their newest album, “The Afterlife.”
The high-energy band puts on an unforgettable concert with a unique mix of rave and jazz music. Seeing the massively-creative band live is a must for any fan. Buying The Comet is Coming tickets guarantees a fresh music experience unlike any other.
The Comet is Coming Ticket Prices
Many factors affect the prices of The Comet is Coming concert tickets. Depending on the type of event, venue and type of tickets sold, there can be a wide range of prices. VIP meet-and-greet tickets will almost always be the most expensive ticket that you can buy.
How much are The Comet is Coming tickets?
The Comet is Coming ticket prices depend on the venue and seat location. Tickets go quickly, so secure yours early, you don’t want to miss out. To see the jazz trio at smaller venues, ticket prices are typically around $40 and sometimes as cheap as $20, depending on the location. To see The Comet is Coming perform at festivals like Coachella or the Dour Festival, ticket prices could potentially be as much as $300 or $400.
The Comet is Coming Tour Dates & Concert Schedule
The Comet is Coming went on tour for their 2019 album, “The Afterlife.” The album serves as a soundtrack to the apocalypse and received a 7.6 Pitchfork rating.
Flamingods and Sons of Kemet are frequent openers for The Comet is Coming. The band is most loved in the United Kingdom and plays the most shows in London, Liverpool and Manchester. If you are an international fan, don’t fret. The Comet is Coming plays show across Europe in Berlin and Paris. The band even played a few shows in the United States at venues like the Mercury Lounge in New York City and Sleeping Village in Chicago. Although typically more expensive, fans can see The Comet is Coming play festivals like Coachella and the Newport Jazz Festival.
When do The Comet is Coming tickets go on sale?
On-sale dates for The Comet is Coming tickets vary depending on the city or region. You can stay up to date by viewing the event schedule above. There’s no need for a presale code. If the date is listed, you can purchase jazz tickets right away. Do not wait to secure your seats and order online today.
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Songs from the The Comet Is Coming Tour Setlist
The Comet Is Coming's setlist while performing in Kraków
, 77 at “Małopolski Ogród Sztuki”
included the following songs:
- Summon the Fire
- Blood of the Past