Aware Super Theatre
Sydney, NSW, Australia

August 12, 2022

 

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7 Comments on “Aware Super Theatre”

  • Siana Olivo

    says:

    What a magical experience. I’ve been dreaming to see you live for +10 years. Tonight it was literally a dream come true. What a great combination of angelical vocals and the almost overwhelming textures, lights and effects on stage. My synesthesia was all over the place… What an amazing show. You are geniuses. Thank you for existing!

  • Shayne Murray

    says:

    First song in and I was in tears… as usual. Magic!

  • Naz

    says:

    Blew me and my family away. I have loved your music since Ágætis byrjun and in the 23 years since your music has been a huge part our lives. Your set tonight held us captive. We don’t want to be let go.

  • Felicity

    says:

    My third time seeing Sigur Ros last night. Magical, ethereal, moving. Some people choose religion. I choose Sigur Ros.

  • Louise

    says:

    Took my 4yo granddaughter with noise cancellation headphones. She had always loved listening to them in my car. Was mesmerised at the concert. Only planned to stay an hour (wished could stay for all) as babysitting, but she applauded with the crowd, sometimes almost first clapping after a song finished. Took her away after the hour but think she would have stayed for the whole set! It was the only way to experience our favourite band.

  • Cameron

    says:

    What an incredible, magical and emotional experience! Words cannot describe tonight, so glad my 18 year old son came with me to share Sigur Ros.
    Seriously thinking of visiting my native Glasgow in November, not to see my relatives (of course, yes I will) but really to experience this magic again!

  • S?k

    says:

    Ever since I first discovered Sigur Rós quite a few years ago, it has been a goal to see them live drove all the way up from Canberra in the hours leading up to the show and then drove back at 2am in the morning. I have never seen a band live before and I don’t think I could have made a better choice for the first to be Sigur Rós. It was fascinating to see the music I listen to so much in person, as it’s being played I was just in awe and covered in tears after the first few songs. So much so that I was desperately trying to stop crying cause I couldn’t see through them.
    If I ever get the chance to see them again I will definitely do whatever I need to. Even it means travelling even further.

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