Birds of Tokyo x Queensland Symphony Orchestra Concert Gains Third Performance

With both scheduled performances having sold out in February 2021, the Queensland Symphony Orchestra has announced that a third concert between themselves and Australian contemporary rock band Birds of Tokyo will take place at QPAC, and is now on-sale via the QSO Website. Birds of Tokyo with Queensland Symphony Orchestra is one of the first performances comprising QSO’s 2021 season, with the third performance scheduled for Thursday 11 February 2021 at 7.30pm.

The shows will take place at the Concert Hall at QPAC in Brisbane in February, joining a handful of concerts the band is performing around the country with some of Australia’s most prestigious symphony orchestras. The five-piece band will be joined by the 50 members of Queensland Symphony Orchestra for an evening that showcases brand new music as well as reinterpretations of signature Birds of Tokyo classics. These three concerts are being held to mark the release of Birds of Tokyo’s string-laden album, Human Design.

Tickets to Birds of Tokyo with Queensland Symphony Orchestra are priced between $89.00 and $119.00, based purely on preferred seating reserve.


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