Sun, Apr 2
Live Nation Presents

Unknown Mortal Orchestra

Show: 8:00 pm Doors: 7:00 pm
The Van Buren
$27.50-30
Ages 13 and Up
Additional Info
Presale Schedule:
Artist Presale: 10/26 at 10am Local
Spotify Presale: 10/26 at 10am Local
Live Nation Presale: 10/26 at 10am Local 

Public On Sale: 10/28 at 10am Local

Advance Price: $27.50 + fees / Day of Show Price: $30 + fees

This event is 13+ (
Ages 5-12 must be accompanied by a parent/legal guardian. Children 4 and under not admitted.​)​

*CLEAR BAG POLICY*
To reduce staff contact with guest belongings please make sure bags meet the following requirements: we allow clear plastic, vinyl, or PVC bags with a single compartment (NO BACKPACKS) no larger than 12x6x12, and small handbags no larger than 4.5x6.5 (do not need to be clear).


Based on the latest local guidelines, attendees are no longer required to provide proof of negative COVID-19 test AND/OR vaccination for entry into this event. Be sure to check your venue website for the latest updates and guidelines as entry requirements are subject to change.
 
Artists
Unknown Mortal Orchestra

The threads of our past never unravel, they hover like invisible webs, occasionally glistening due to a sly angle of the sun. On Multi-Love, Unknown Mortal Orchestra frontman and multi-instrumentalist Ruban Nielson reflects on relationships: airy, humid longing, loss, the geometry of desire that occurs when three people align. Where Nielson addressed the pain of being alone on II, Multi-Love takes on the complications of being together.

Multi-Love adds dimensions to the band’s already kaleidoscopic approach, with Nielson exploring a newfound appreciation for synthesizers. The new songs channel the spirit of psych innovators without ignoring the last 40 years of music, forming a flowing, cohesive whole that reflects restless creativity. Cosmic escapes and disco rhythms speak to developing new vocabulary, while Nielson’s vocals reach powerful new heights. “It felt good to be rebelling against the typical view of what an artists is today, a curator,” he says. “It’s more about being someone who makes things happen in concrete ways. Building old synthesizers and bringing them back to life, creating sounds that aren’t quite like anyone else’s. I think that’s much more subversive.”

While legions of artists show fidelity to the roots of psychedelia, Unknown Mortal Orchestra shares the rare quality that makes the genre’s touchstones so vital: constant exploration.