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If you're happy to travel

You can catch Pixies at BMO Harris Pavilion in Milwaukee, showing Jul 4, 2018

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Pixies is also touring to:

Des Moines

Tue 3rd Jul 2018

$43

Jacksonville

Sun 24th Jun 2018

$75

Oklahoma City

Sun 1st Jul 2018

$41

Anaheim

Fri 10th Aug 2018

$115

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2115 Woodward Ave, Detroit, MI 48201

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Pixies

Closed October 6, 2017

Pixies return energized with new bassist!

Rolling Stone, 2014

Why See Pixies?

Pixies Return To The Stage!

Pixies are back and more energized than ever. Led by Black Francis (Frank Blank on his solo ventures), Pixies can lay claim to being one of the most important American bands of the past 30 years. A gloriously messy assault on the senses, Black's scattershot and often scatological lyrics were underpinned by Joey Santiago's surf rock guitar and Kim Deal's eternal bass lines to masterful effect. Paving the way for the grunge scene which was to follow, their crowning glory came with 1989's Doolittle, which included the classics 'Here Comes Your Man', 'Debaser' and 'Gouge Away'.

The band's relationships are known for being infamously tempestuous, leading to a permanent split in 1993. While Kim Deal has chosen to continue pursuing her career with The Breeders, the other three members are now firmly back together and making music, with bassist Paz Lenchantin joining them for their tours.

The year 2014 marked the release of their first full length studio album since 1991's Trompe Le Monde. Entitled Indie Cindy, it was a typically gonzo mesh of textures and tempos, from the hazy 'Greens and Blues', to the surreal and cacophonous 'Bagboy' and the crunching 'Blue Eyed Hexe', which is the closest they've come to sounding like AC/DC (in a good way).

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Performance date: 6 October 2017

What you thought

3 reviews, average rating: (4.7 Stars)

4.5 star rating

David Lloyd: “Packed with plenty”

From open to close this was a polished set that dipped into the full... more

Christine Bevilacqua: “AMAZING SHOW! ”

The band was tight and fresh! The Pixies make some of the best music ever... more

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