Icelandic pop icon Björk stops off at the Rockhal, courtesy of den Atelier, for a show on her “Cornucopia” tour.
"From writing, arranging and producing an expansive music catalogue, to escapades in virtual reality and digital apps, Björk continues to inspire and experiment, redefining the boundaries of how a musician works," says the promotional blurb.
That is never more true than in her “Cornucopia” show which features a surround-sound installation, a 52-member Icelandic choir, outlandish costumes, theatrics and innovative video projections. It was described by Rolling Stone as a “swirling phantasmagoria”--songs like ‘Venus as a Boy’ have been rendered almost unrecognisable in the context of the abstract multimedia show. This is an exclusive oppoirtunity to see a show that would usually fill a much larger venue.