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Porcupine Tree at Nice, France in Palais Nikaïa 2023
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Austin
May 8th 2023
I’m just thankful beyond words that I had the chance to see them play. This will go down as one of the best concerts I’ve ever seen. I’m saying that now, and I’ll stick by that down the road. I just know it.
Washington, DC@
The Anthem
Simon
January 18th 2023
Poor sound management (ill-defined muddy bass, low volume), egocentric instruction to seated audience to stand ignorant of those unable to do so for 3 hours, ludicrous bar prices undermined a decent (but generally unremarkable) performance from a previously outstanding band. Shame.
London, United Kingdom@
OVO Arena Wembley
Neil
November 13th 2022
Great music crap venue. I broke my own rule of not attending Wembley Arena but as the band were only playing one show in Britain, it had to be done. Not enough treble in the sound and as I was three quarters of the way back from the stage, there was such a delay between sound and vision. However the band were excellent and the songs from the new album sparkled and crackled. Standouts were Herd Culling and Anesthetize.
London, United Kingdom@
The SSE Arena, Wembley
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About Porcupine Tree

Porcupine Tree are Steven Wilson, Richard Barbieri and Gavin Harrison. They are a hugely influential, relentlessly creative British rock band.

First dreamt up by Wilson in 1987 as an outlet for experimental recordings he was making outside of his synth-pop duo No-Man, Porcupine Tree expanded to become a proper band in the early ’90s in order to further explore his ideas both on record and on stage.

Over the years Porcupine Tree have constantly evolved as their expansive music has shifted from pastoral psychedelic rock and ambient electronic soundscapes to experimental pop and eventually - with “21st century masterpiece” In Absentia (Classic Rock) - a propulsive metal sound all of their own. Their latter records effortlessly combined each of those genres and allowed Porcupine Tree to occupy a musical universe unique to them.

They released ten albums between 1992’s On The Sunday of Life and 2009’s The Incident. The band entered a period of hiatus following their biggest live show up to that point at the Royal Albert Hall in October 2010. A new album, Closure / Continuation, was announced in November 2021.
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Genres:
Metal, Progressive Metal, Art Rock, Progressive Rock, Electronic Rock, Rock

No upcoming shows
Send a request to Porcupine Tree to play in your city
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Live Photos of Porcupine Tree

Porcupine Tree at Nice, France in Palais Nikaïa 2023
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Latest Post

Porcupine Tree merch
amazonview store

Up The Downstair
$37.98
Stupid Dream
$19.44
Lightbulb Sun
$13.99
View All

Fan Reviews

Austin
May 8th 2023
I’m just thankful beyond words that I had the chance to see them play. This will go down as one of the best concerts I’ve ever seen. I’m saying that now, and I’ll stick by that down the road. I just know it.
Washington, DC@
The Anthem
Simon
January 18th 2023
Poor sound management (ill-defined muddy bass, low volume), egocentric instruction to seated audience to stand ignorant of those unable to do so for 3 hours, ludicrous bar prices undermined a decent (but generally unremarkable) performance from a previously outstanding band. Shame.
London, United Kingdom@
OVO Arena Wembley
Neil
November 13th 2022
Great music crap venue. I broke my own rule of not attending Wembley Arena but as the band were only playing one show in Britain, it had to be done. Not enough treble in the sound and as I was three quarters of the way back from the stage, there was such a delay between sound and vision. However the band were excellent and the songs from the new album sparkled and crackled. Standouts were Herd Culling and Anesthetize.
London, United Kingdom@
The SSE Arena, Wembley
View More Fan Reviews

About Porcupine Tree

Porcupine Tree are Steven Wilson, Richard Barbieri and Gavin Harrison. They are a hugely influential, relentlessly creative British rock band.

First dreamt up by Wilson in 1987 as an outlet for experimental recordings he was making outside of his synth-pop duo No-Man, Porcupine Tree expanded to become a proper band in the early ’90s in order to further explore his ideas both on record and on stage.

Over the years Porcupine Tree have constantly evolved as their expansive music has shifted from pastoral psychedelic rock and ambient electronic soundscapes to experimental pop and eventually - with “21st century masterpiece” In Absentia (Classic Rock) - a propulsive metal sound all of their own. Their latter records effortlessly combined each of those genres and allowed Porcupine Tree to occupy a musical universe unique to them.

They released ten albums between 1992’s On The Sunday of Life and 2009’s The Incident. The band entered a period of hiatus following their biggest live show up to that point at the Royal Albert Hall in October 2010. A new album, Closure / Continuation, was announced in November 2021.
Show More
Genres:
Metal, Progressive Metal, Art Rock, Progressive Rock, Electronic Rock, Rock

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