With the band’s new album set to release next month, indie folk band Beirut will be performing in Los Angeles soon after. The rock group will be performing at The Wiltern on Tuesday, March 5th. Standard tickets will be priced at $41 with resale ticket starting at $62. The pit at the venue is on a first come first serve basis so get there early if you want to get that immersive experience. Doors for the event will open sometime around 6:00 PM with the show not beginning until 7:00 PM. The event will be available to all ages.
Beirut is a solo musical project led by Zach Condon. Over the years the musical project has been influenced by folk rock, baroque pop, and other world music. Condon and his supporting members have accumulated four studio albums and five EPs over the span of 12 years. Now, Beirut is set to release their newest record entitled Gallipoli this coming February 1st. The 12 track album was produced by Gabe Wax who also produced their previous album, No No No under the 4AD record label. The band will be performing at several venues as a follow up. Beirut’s live band includes, Zach Condon (trumpet/flugelhorn/ukulele), Nick Petree (drums/percussion/melodica), Paul Collins (electric bass/upright bass), Kyle Resnick (trumpet), Ben Lanz (trombone/sousaphone/glockenspiel), and Aaron Arntz (piano/keyboards).
The show will certainly feature the wide range of instruments and sounds that make Condon’s musical project so unique. Hit the link below to witness the band perform tracks from the new album live.
Tuesday, March 5, 2019
Doors: 6:00 PM
Show: 7:00 PM
3790 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90010
Purchase tickets here