King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard Doors open 6pm Fremantle Arts Centre, South Lawn $75 - $79
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Sun 13 Feb at Fremantle Arts Centre, South Lawn, from $75 - $79

'Treat yourself to a live set by these experiential genre-bending, time-warping rockers.'

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Presented in association with Supersonic

The electrifying, eccentric, eclectic and prolific King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard are set to blow your mind when they take over Fremantle Arts Centre for one high energy Festival gig.

With a far-out sound that, at times, feels barely held together, King Gizz evoke the eclectic rock experimentation of Frank Zappa's early work, the anything-goes feeling of the Flaming Lips and the demented glee of a random, obscure '60s group, as they follow their musical flights of fancy wherever they might lead – whether that’s expansive jazz-rock, semi-acoustic ballads, sci-fi prog, trippy garage rock, best psychedelic rock or even death metal concept album.

A King Gizz show is an experience, not just a performance, and this one will be epic!

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard's sense of unfettered sonic exploration makes it easy to mistake them for a long-forgotten relic of the psych explosion of the '60s. With a far-out sound that, at times, feels barely held together, King Gizzard evoke the eclectic rock experimentation of Frank Zappa's early work with the Mothers of Invention, the anything-goes feeling of the Flaming Lips, and the demented glee of a random, obscure '60s group plucked from a Pebbles compilation as they follow their musical flights of fancy wherever they might lead.

King Gizzard's prolific nature led them to release albums at a frenetic pace, and their intense desire to seek out new sounds and follow new path – from expansive jazz-rock (2015's Quarters) to semi-acoustic ballads (the same year's Paper Mâché Dream Balloon), and from sci-fi prog (2017's Murder of the Universe) to trippy garage rock (2014's I'm in Your Mind Fuzz) – meant that every one of their multitude of releases sounded different from the last, and each one was worth checking out. Some of their albums, especially Nonagon Infinity from 2016, stand shoulder to shoulder with the best psychedelic rock ever made and even their most daring moves – like releasing a death metal concept album with 2019's Infest the Rats Nest – land like a knockout punch.

Time & Location

Sun 13 Feb

Doors open 6pm Fremantle Arts Centre, South Lawn, 1 Finnerty St, Fremantle / Walyalup

Duration

60mins

Pricing
    • Standard (incl Booking Fee): $79
    • Concession (incl Booking Fee): $75
Accessibility
Notes

This is an 18+ event.

Please note, there are no Friends of Music Members priced tickets for this event. 

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  • Jason Galea

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