Let’s face it: The Flaming Lips are really weird. Between their unpredictable, sprawling psych-rock and frontman Wayne Coyne’s penchant for doing things like rolling out over the audience in a giant hamster ball, the massively influential Oklahoma City-bred group have been letting their freak flag fly since the early 1980s. They released their latest album, Oczy Mlody, earlier this year. With Cherry Glazerr.
$60-$42.50. This is a General Admission and Gold Circle performance. Gold Circle includes a reserved seat in Balcony C. General Admission includes first come first serve in all other seating and standing areas. General Admission balcony seating is subject to capacity. Buy tickets at the box office Monday - Saturday 12 PM - 5 PM.
press release: On the eve of the release of the Flaming Lips' new record Oxzy Mlody, Wayne Coyne sat down with legendary hip-hop producer Prince Paul at the Sonos store in New York City and got deep on creativity and collaboration. Their talk takes on the Lips' creative process, De La Soul's copyright issues, the joy of life, scaring neighborhood kids and how Wayne gets blamed for turning Miley Cyrus into a drug addict. After their conversation, Wayne and Prince Paul answered questions from members of Battles, Bauhaus/Love and Rockets, and Brookzill!