Flaming Lips will give concert with the public inside bubbles. See the image
The Flaming Lips will reverse what is one of the highest points of their concerts: the moment when vocalist Wayne Coyne gets inside a giant bubble, and passes over the audience.
Due to the pandemic, the U.S. band will put on a show where the audience will be inside giant bubbles – something they experienced during an appearance on Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon’s television shows.
The concert will take place in Oklahoma, their hometown. The venue chosen, with a capacity for 4,000 people, will have a reduced capacity: only there will fit 100 of these bubbles.
In statements to the BrooklynVegan blog, Coyne explained that the Flaming Lips want to make this “a safe and fantastic experience,” promising that the concert will take place after the presidential elections in the United States, scheduled for November 3.