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LP - Postponed
Bluesfest Touring the promoter of event name, has advised that this event has been rescheduled.
Current Date & Venue
Sat 11 Apr 2020, Metro Theatre
New Date & Venue
Wed 7 Apr 2021, Metro Theatre
What happens to my tickets?
All tickets purchased for the original dates will be honoured and reissued for the rescheduled dates. If you are unable to attend the new dates or new show dates can't be rescheduled, please contact us at the following link to receive a full refund here
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Supported by: Georgi Kay
Having built a worldwide following, American singer-songwriter LP is making her long awaited Australian debut this Easter. The multi-faceted artist has created a truly global momentum with over 100 sold out shows in 2019 throughout Europe, North America, South America, Russia and beyond and is ready and waiting to add Australia to the list!
LP is getting over 2 streams a day, has 2.3 million YouTube subscribers, 1.3 million Spotify followers and over 4 million monthly listeners on Spotify. Owning a catalogue that has surpassed 2 billion streams isn't an easy feat for an artist, but it's fair to say that LP has won the hearts and ears of listeners across the globe! With haunting vocals clearly developed from a young age after growing up with her mother as an Opera singer, LP delivers a spine-tingling vocal performance through the ranges every time she hits the stage.
Laying her cards on the table every time she makes a record, straight shooting LP's latest release 'Heart to Mouth' speaks for itself in that it's the most direct statement yet. No filter, no censorship and no bullshit. The same can be said for her live performance, with music heavy on minor chords, LP wields her voice in a way that almost hurts the listener expressing true emotion.
With perfectly pitched whistling and her primary instrument, the ukulele used as a building block of her music along with the backing band's surging guitar rock - this performance will not be 'Lost on You'!
"Physically a cross between John Cooper Clarke and Patti Smith, vocally a blend of Gwen Stefani and Cyndi Lauper, LP alchemises that patchwork into something not currently available elsewhere" - theGuardian