Bright Eyes

31 October 2023

Bright Eyes

31 October 2023

Doors open: 7:00pm

Show time: 7:30pm - TBC

Astor Theatre

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Bright Eyes, spearheaded by Conor Oberst, is an enduring force in the music scene since their humble beginnings in an Omaha basement in 1995. Known for their soul-touching songs that unravel the personal and political chaos of life, their work still rings true decades later. 2020 marked significant anniversaries for several of their seminal albums, notably their anti-war masterpiece “I’m Wide Awake It’s Morning”. After the release of their ninth album, “The People’s Key” in 2011, the band took a hiatus, with members Oberst, Mike Mogis, and Nathaniel Walcott pursuing other ventures. Mogis produced records for acclaimed folk acts, and together with Walcott, composed scores for several films. Walcott also played alongside numerous artists, ranging from U2 to the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Meanwhile, Oberst released several solo albums and started a new band, Better Oblivion Community Center.

Despite a decade-long pause, Bright Eyes’ music continued to resonate through cover versions, samples in pop culture, and their genre-traversing catalog. With their signature intimate songwriting and musicianship, Bright Eyes encapsulates universal human experiences. 2020 witnessed the long-awaited reunion of Bright Eyes, now signed to indie label Dead Oceans.

Bright Eyes have since reissued all nine studio albums along with new recordings featuring various guests as part of their Companion project with Dead Oceans. Of the project, Oberst says, “It’s been an interesting journey revisiting and reimagining all of these old songs…I hope all of the fun and neo-nostalgia we experienced recording these comes through to the listeners.”

Bright Eyes continue to tour, including recent sold out shows in the US, UK, and Europe.

Support is Marina Allen

Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Marina Allen’s sound is difficult to categorize. Her music is intricate, fierce, soulful, mesmerizing, warm and bold. Drawing from influences as varied as Joanna Newsom, the Beach Boys, loft jazz, Meredith Monk and the New York avant-garde, Joni Mitchell, Karen Carpenter, Karen Dalton and Fiona Apple.


Stalls – General Admission Standing & Unreserved Seating
Balcony – Reserved Seating
Licensed All Ages – Patrons under 18 can only attend with parent/guardian (over 18) with a valid ticket. Infants not admitted.

Admit 1: $96.35

(Plus Transaction Fee)

Balcony seating is only accessible via the stairs. No disabled access.
Entry is entirely at the discretion of the Licensee.
Bag checks are required prior to entry.
No external food or drinks are permitted in the venue.
Cameras are strictly prohibited.

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