Flight of The Conchords
Was 26th March 2018
MONDAY 18TH JUNE 2018
Please note that Level 3 is accessible by stairs only. Some areas of Level 2 and Level 3 may not be suitable for those with mobility difficulties, those who are not comfortable with heights or those who experience vertigo.
Original tickets remain valid for corresponding dates.
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Grammy Award-winning folk comedy duo Flight of the Conchords (aka Jemaine Clement and Bret McKenzie) had to postpone their UK and Ireland edition of the “Flight of the Conchords sing Flight of the Conchords Tour” due to Bret’s hand injury.
Thankfully, bones heal. And now, FOTC is pleased to announce their newly rescheduled arena and theatre tour, which begins June 15th in Dublin at 3Arena and continue through July 2nd-4th with a three night stand in London at Eventim Apollo.
Original tickets for the March dates remain valid for corresponding dates.
Please see the dates below.
Jun. 15 - Dublin, IE - 3Arena (rescheduled from March 25th)
Jun. 16 - Dublin, IE - 3Arena (rescheduled from April 2nd)
Jun. 18 - Glasgow, UK - SSE Hydro (rescheduled from March 26th)
Jun. 20 - London, UK - The O2 (rescheduled from April 3rd)
Jun. 21 - London, UK - The O2 (rescheduled from March 29th)
Jun. 22 - London, UK - The O2 (rescheduled from March 30th)
Jun. 24 - Leeds, UK - First Direct Arena (rescheduled from March 27th)
Jun. 25 - Liverpool, UK - Echo Arena (rescheduled from April 1st)
Jun. 26 - Birmingham, UK - Genting Arena (rescheduled from March 22nd)
Jun. 28 - Manchester, UK - Arena (rescheduled from March 23rd)
Jul. 02 - London, UK - Eventim Apollo (rescheduled from March 18th)
Jul. 03 - London, UK - Eventim Apollo (rescheduled from March 19th)
Jul. 04 - London, UK - Eventim Apollo (rescheduled from March 20th)
About Flight of the Conchords:
In 2005, Bret and Jemaine received an invitation to perform at the Aspen Comedy Festival, in Colorado, USA. Against tradition they left New Zealand’s summer to go to the northern hemisphere’s winter and were shocked by the snow when they stepped off the plane in t-shirts and jandles. The HBO executives liked their act and asked them to film a half hour performance for a stand-up comedy show called One Night Stand.
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Over the next four years they made a TV pilot, a sitcom, released an EP (The Distant Future) and a full length album (self-titled LP), toured North America, made a sandwich, filmed a second season of the sitcom, toured North America again, released a second album (I Told You I Was Freaky), and went back to New Zealand (read more at Sub Pop).