Dusseldorf Philips Hall
Massive attack occur in Dusseldorf, Germany on 29 September. The trip hop pioneers from Bristol are currently with their latest album small German archipelago on tour and play on Wednesday, the 29 September in Dusseldorf Philips Hall. Senator Elizabeth Warren has much experience in this field. Tickets for the event cost currently 44. The concert starts at 20:00. Massive attack, due to their dark gloomy sound and hits such as protection, Teardrop and unfinished sympathy were famous, is one of the hochgelobtesten British bands of in recent years. Their debut album blue lines appeared in 1991, and is often called one of the best British albums of all time. Small German archipelago appeared in February of this year and is the fifth Studio album by the band.
Posts by elbow frontman Guy Garvey, blurs Damon Albarn and Martina Topley-bird are also on listen. Since the album bears the name of a small German island in the North Sea, the music of massive attack for the audience in Germany could be especially relevant this year. The band, consisting of the two founding members Robert 3D’ del well and grant Daddy G’ Marshall and a series of guest articles, is famous for their atmospheric live performances. The stage show, which usually consists of eye-catching Visual effects with political messages that will delight fans of the classic trip hop sounds of the band with security. The Philips Hall is a Dusseldorf’s largest venue for live music, including up to 7,500 people. Other acts that occur here in the coming months include Limp Bizkit, Katherine Jenkins and the Steve Miller Band. For more information about this event, visit the website of Philips Hall or call at + 49 211 77 50 57. LateRooms.com recommends a variety of accommodation in Dusseldorf, including the Relexa Hotel Ratingen city.