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Pixies Tickets

Performing at Pixies Times Square, Newcastle Upon Tyne

Friday 6th August 2021 Gates at: 10:00
Pixies Fan Reviews (8) 5.0
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Pixies, Alexandra Palace, London - 20th September 2019

I was worried they'd play loads of the new stuff and none of the classics but they actually seemed to do everything. There were some I didn't know but even they were great. I never got bored, even for a minute.
Great band, great venue. One of best experiences of my life. Thank you.

Posted by Stephen Kershaw on 21/09/2019

"Pixies Alexandra Palace"
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Pixies, Alexandra Palace, London - 20th September 2019

Pixies at Alexandra Palace - delvered their timeless music with their usual magic - all within a great setting

Posted by ZetaT on 21/09/2019

"Amazing Pixies"
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Pixies, Alexandra Palace, London - 20th September 2019

The Pixies were on top form and played a set containing songs from old to new, the crowd were singing along and going mad to a particular few

Posted anonymously on 21/09/2019

"Everything I expected and more"
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Pixies, O2 Academy Birmingham, Birmingham - 16th September 2019

From start to finish the Pixies were immense....as good as 30yrs ago when I last saw them... starting with classics and working them in with their new album throughout the hi-energy performance.. AWESOME

Posted by Alirad on 18/09/2019

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Pixies, O2 Academy Birmingham, Birmingham - 16th September 2019

As always, an amazing gig, and 39 songs... wow! A record surely?

Posted by Tim on 17/09/2019

The importance of the Pixies cannot be understated. With their signature sound of quiet verses loud choruses that combined massively overdriven guitars and crazed vocals they set the template for guitar music in the Nineties. Their insane songs blend surrealism and stream of consciousness ramblings with a style that is somewhere between garage rock, surf and Spanish guitar. Unmistakable and highly influential, you cannot claim to have been to a gig till you have seen Pixies.

Their line up currently includes drummer David Lovering, lead guitar from Joey Santiago, vocals from the enigmatic Frank Black (AKA Charles Thompson IV) who also plays guitar with recent addition Paz Lenchantin playing bass.

They have just announced an autumn tour which takes you to Plymouth Pavilions, O2 Academy Birmingham and Alexandra Palace in London during September 2019.

With demand so high, we expect Pixies tickets to sell very quickly - so make sure you book yours before they are all gone. Gigantic makes booking your favourite gig tickets easy as you can place your order 24/7 in the comfort of your home or while on the go using your smartphone, computer or tablet.

We also highly recommend that you set a personal reminder with Gigantic so you can be alerted with a text message or an email when Pixies gig tickets become available at 10:00 on Friday 5th of April.

The early beginnings of the band first started when Santiago and Francis shared a suite whilst at college before Francis embarked on a six-month student exchange trip to Spain. The pair had been jamming together which continued upon Francis’ return and which led to the band being formed in January 1986. They were joined by bassist Kim Deal after she spotted an ad they have taken out and were nearly joined by her twin sister Kelley on drums, however they would enlist Lovering instead. Kim would later join her sibling in their band The Breeders.

Gigging heavily, the band were spotted by Producer Gary Smith of the infamous Fort Apache Studios told the band he “could not sleep until you guys are world famous ”. They produced a 17 track demo known as The Purple Tape which saw them sign to essential indie label 4AD.

Pixies have produced some of the most important records in alternative rock history. From the debut Surfa Rosa to the follow up Doolittle, the science fiction fuelled record Bossanova and the insanely heavy Troupe Le Monde.

However, there was turbulence in the band behind the scenes with the relationship between Francis and Deal becoming ever more difficult and tumultuous. Pixies broke up in 1993 following a radio announcement by Francis made before consulting with the other members.

They were to reunite for a series of gigs in 2003 followed scattered live appearances over the next ten years. However, Deal would leave in 2013, just prior the recording of comeback album Indie Cindy. Now Pixies return with another stellar record; Head Carrier.

Pixies tickets are now available through Gigantic. Get your tickets today! Gig tickets for the incredibly influential band are limited and highly sought so book early or risk missing out.

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