palace theatre, melbourne, australia

August 4th, 2010 external links: venue - last.fm - facebook

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  1. Laura says:

    I don’t believe any words could ever do justice to what I saw, heard, and felt at this show. Jónsi was beyond incredible. Every time I think about it, I find myself shaking my head and smiling in disbelief and complete awe. I’ve never seen anything performed so passionately or beautifully – nothing could ever be compared to this. It was amazing.

  2. Glenn says:

    I have been to many concerts over the last 30 years and rarely can I say I have witnessed something new and original. Well done Jónsi, you are a stand-out amongst your artistic peers. A true inspiration.

  3. Amy says:

    I couldn’t agree more with the above comments. An amazing concert, one I’ll I waited patiently for and will never forget. Thank you Jónsi for your music, your inspiration and your emotion.

  4. Amy says:

    Oh, these are not my photos, but they are beautiful. Thought I’d link to them here so others can see them.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/phonix-rmf/4862189743/in/photostream/

    Takk Jónsi.

  5. Ian says:

    I wasn’t at the concert but I sat and spoke to Georg Hólm (had to google to get his name) on the plane from Melbourne to Sydney (the first leg of their journey to Japan) … brushed with fame and I did not know … In a way it’s good because it was more of a casual conversation … Now that I’ve heard their music … WOW and that’s a big WOW!!!

  6. Ian says:

    Sorry the name is not Georg Hólm but Thorvaldur Thor Thorvaldsson. Shows how much I knew the group!!!

  7. Steve says:

    Dodged “Splendour In The Mud” Q-land to see Jonsi et al at “Enmore” Sydney then “Palace” Melbourne…..via “Ticketek”…flights and hotels extra, of course. Have previously witnessed Sigur R in Orstralia and NZ. Is Jonsi the hardest working and most creative musician currently stomping venues around the planet ? Yes, obviously. Is Jonsi’s drummer really Sigur Ros’ drummer with shaved head and 20 kilograms on the waistline ? Possibly. But they both work a drumkit like meticulous, metronomic, amphetamine baboons. 5-star percussion. And is Jonsi sartorially Edward Scissorhands, with angelic tonsils ? Yes again…..obviously. Are you deaf ?? Melbourne weather was wet and cold. But Sydney was cold and wet. Both gigs were delightful. At one show, a man gave me a small plastic cup of “Tooheys” in exchange for $4.50. He wasn’t carrying a gun or wearing a bandit’s mask.
    P.S. To “Orin” from Geelong (on the Bourke Street tram)….home you caught the last train home safely.

  8. Steve says:

    p.p.s. that should read, “hope you caught the last train home safely”

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