MASSIVE ATTACK at the Palace Theatre has been RESCHEDULED for Tuesday, September 10.
Original tickets will be honored at this new date, so hold on to your tickets and we’ll see you at the show. Refund requests may be requested via etix through Monday, March 25. For questions regarding refunds, please contact etix at 1-800-514-3849, or at support.etix.com.
18+ SHOW / ID REQUIRED
Standing Room Only GA Floor: $69.50
Reserved Loge seats: $100.00
Reserved Balcony Tier 1: $89.50
Reserved Balcony Tier 2: $69.50
Note: There is a strictly-enforced 6 ticket limit.
Ticket Prices already include 7.875% sales tax / Ticket Purchases are Final and Non-Refundable.
The Mezzanine XXI show is a totally new audio / visual production designed by Robert Del Naja and features collaborations with filmmaker Adam Curtis and AI artist Mario Klingemann. The show will re-imagine Mezzanine twenty-one years on from its release using custom audio reconstructed from the original samples and influences. Robert Del Naja says: “It’s going to be a one-off piece of work; our own personalized nostalgia nightmare head trip.”
As the Mezzanine XX1 show contains some explicit material from the war in Iraq, the band felt it was important to donate to Medecins Sans Frontieres (www.msf.org.uk) who continue to be active in the region. Proceeds from the Robert Del Naja / Adam Curtis designed merchandise on sale throughout the tour and online will be donated. In addition, a percentage of the live performance royalties (PRS) from the Pete Seeger cover ‘Where Have All The Flowers Gone’ – an anti-war song whose lyrics feature on ‘Risingson’ – will also be donated.
Massive Attack are a British musical group formed in 1988 in Bristol, United Kingdom, consisting of Robert “3D” Del Naja, Grant “Daddy G” Marshall and formerly Andy “Mushroom” Vowles (“Mush”). Their debut album Blue Lines was released in 1991, with the single “Unfinished Sympathy” reaching the charts and later being voted the 63rd greatest song of all time in a poll by NME. 1998’s Mezzanine, containing “Teardrop”, and 2003’s 100th Window charted in the UK at number one. Both Blue Lines and Mezzanine feature in Rolling Stone’s list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. The group has won numerous music awards throughout their career, including a Brit Award—winning Best British Dance Act, two MTV Europe Music Awards, and two Q Awards. They have released five studio albums that have sold over 11 million copies worldwide.
Elizabeth Fraser is best known for her unique vocal performances as part of influential UK band the Cocteau Twins. Her blend of haunting melodies and raw emotion has featured on collaborations with the band Massive Attack, and she has provided vocals for film soundtracks including The Lord of the Rings.
Horace Andy is a Jamaican singer-songwriter known for his breakthrough single, “Skylarking,” and for his long association with British trip-hop band Massive Attack. Horace Andy was born as Horace Hinds on February 19, 1951 in Kingston, Jamaica. Andy, also known as “Sleepy,” has become an enduring voice on the Jamaican music scene. His signature early 1970s hit, “Skylarking,” defined his ability to deliver songs of black determination and social commentary, but he could equally deliver songs of love. His association with British trip-hop band Massive Attack exposed him to an even wider audience.