Boch Center Wang Theatre
Boston, MA, United States

June 8, 2022

 

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photos by Bryan Riebeek

Setlist

Set 1
1. Vaka
2. Fyrsta
3. Samskeyti
4. Svefn-g-englar
5. Rafmagnið búið
6. Ný batterí
7. Gold 2
8. Fljótavík
9. Heysátan
10. Dauðalagið
11. Smáskifa

Set 2
12. Glósóli
13. E-Bow
14. Ekki múkk
15. Sæglópur
16. Gong
17. Andvari
18. Gold 4
19. Festival
20. Kveikur
21. Popplagið

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10 Comments on “Boch Center Wang Theatre”

  • Sajid Choudhry

    says:

    What an amazing show! Loved the stage art and lighting..as always!!

  • Nathan Wells

    says:

    My favorite concert experience to date.
    It spoke to me on a very spiritual level.

    For quite a few years, Sigur Ros has been the music I turn to when I am listening solo. It’s not a communal listen, but deeply personal to me. Being part of this event felt like I was able to share in a sort of earthly/spirit worship with both the creators and those resonating throughout the auditorium.

    Takk.

  • Owen Rogers

    says:

    I’ve never been to a show where the artist had such a command on the audience, their where moments of pause where you could have heard a pin drop in a crowd of over 3k. Never did I expect such overwhelming emotion and connection with the music and visual experience. Seeing this show reminded me of walking through a fine art gallery and experiencing masterpieces for the first time. Pure art.

  • Prina

    says:

    My father and I have been seeing this band for years now, there was something very special about the show last night though. The silence of the crowd, the energy…the beautiful venue…Everything about it was pure magic. Thank you again and cannot wait until next time! Takk

  • Michael

    says:

    I got super high and I think someone farted in my section. Regardless of the stank, sigur ros was incredible. Thanks for playing

  • Francesca

    says:

    Thank you for creating a beautiful experience to share with us in Boston.

  • Todd

    says:

    I have been fortunate enough to have seen the band a few times, in various sized venues as well. When the band plays these older theaters the moment is all the more enhanced. Entry to venue and staff were easy. Had pit seats on the Georg side and was “in it” on more than one occasion for sure. Sigur Ros is well know for the quiet/loud and its one of the things that drew me to them many years ago. The lone LONE issue I did have was I felt it was “too loud” at times. I know, i know, its a rock show etc etc but there were points, with even ear plugs in I though “My goodness this is just too much”. On the flips side of that when the band would huddle tightly I could hear “everything” really well, so I just don’t know if the loudness was all that more of an “ommmf”. The band is in fine form and there was really no moments that felt wasted. The intermission was about 20 minutes for those that may be going to other shows. If they were playing two nights I’d go to both. Seeing them always is a highlight for me and perhaps being on the (hopeful) down side of a pandemic will have them continue to perform live. My gut tells me after a record is put out though. Hope to see you again and thank you for the music.

  • Sherry Z

    says:

    Such a wonderful show! My husband and I have seen them quite a few times, including at the Opera House years ago. I also walked down the aisle at our wedding to Samskeyti (Acoustic), my wedding party to Sven G Englar, and my recessional was Gobbledigook. So it was so special to hear at least two of our wedding songs at the show. Always a great show!

  • Lauren LeBlanc

    says:

    Wow perfection from start to finish. It starts with a most beautiful venue and then the show started and we were totally captivated. It put the crowd in a trance. Such a good crowd! Love this band so much.

  • Mallory

    says:

    Absolutely stunning. You guys sounded incredible, like always. Experiencing your art is mind-altering. It’s life-altering. This show brought tears to my eyes. I’m traveling to Iceland next week for the first time. I’m thrilled to see the homeland that made such beautiful artists.

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