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Official Echo & The Bunnymen 1983 Por...
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Official Echo & The Bunnymen 1986 Bun...
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Echo & The Bunnymen at Milwaukee, WI in Pabst Theater 2024
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Fan Reviews

T
May 27th 2024
I almost missed this concert as finding parking is a nightmare. Unlike the aragon ballroom who has paid parking, the riviera does not. Residential side streets are all permit only, so figure out how to get to the venue accordingly. It was raining and cold, and I had to walk 8 blocks. That's chicago weather for you. Upon arriving at the venue, the starter band was already into their set. I ran to the merchandise counter to buy an item. Visited the WC then, was told there's no lift. 3 flights with a bad knee is rather undaunting. I was able to locate my seat and, with 15 minutes to spare, without much further fan fare. Echo and the Bunnymen appeared. The lead singer wore sunglasses during the entire set. No background graphics, except for various colored lights pulsing on and off to the music being played, the stage was foggy from the fog machines giving the stage a very dark, and eerie feel, like a foggy and misty night out walking along the english shore. The band took an extended break and then came back and played almost an hour longer. As most bands do, they briefly left, then returned and played the last two songs I longingly waited for...killing moon and lips like sugar. As with any band who's been around many moons and decades, the physical appearances of each original band member changes and oftentimes the voices and how the original song was played and how now, it's evolved. It can all come together in disappointment. It wasn't a terrible night, but, given my experience overall, I'd sit this band out going forward. Sign me.. nothing lasts forever
Chicago, IL@
Riviera Theatre
Adelson
May 19th 2024
Show was ok. Brooklyn Steel is a good venue - but I would love to have more options of food. Show started a bit delayed, with the explanation that Ian McCulloch got laryngitis. In general, great songs, but Ian was clearly not able to sing at his best. Also, it was nearly impossible to hear what he was saying between the songs - maybe due to his accent, maybe due to the laryngitis, maybe to some strong remedies. Anyway, all the great songs were there.
Brooklyn, NY@
Brooklyn Steel
Roy
March 27th 2024
Two encores, hits and quips. The Bunnymen on their home turf never disappoints. Standout moments were The Cutter and The Killing Moon. Ian is the John Lydon of Liverpool. He tells it as it is, which is always refreshing in the present day. A great night. A “People are Strange” rendition for an encore would have took the roof off the Empire though.. maybe next time…
Liverpool, United Kingdom@
Liverpool Empire Theatre
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About Echo & The Bunnymen

Echo & the Bunnymen are an English rock band formed in Liverpool in 1978. The original line-up consisted of vocalist Ian McCulloch, guitarist Will Sergeant and bassist Les Pattinson. By 1980, Pete de Freitas joined as the band's drummer.

Their 1980 debut album Crocodiles went into the top 20 of the UK Albums Chart. After releasing their second album Heaven Up Here in 1981, the band's cult status was followed by mainstream success in the UK in 1983 when they scored a UK Top 10 hit with "The Cutter", and the album which the song came from, Porcupine, hit number 2 in the UK. Ocean Rain (1984), continued the band's UK chart success with its lead single "The Killing Moon" entering into the top 10.
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Genres:
1980s, New Wave, Post Punk, Indie, Gothic, Trad Goth
Band Members:
Pete De Freitas (drums)., Will Sergeant (guitar), Ian McCulloch (vocals, guitar), Les Pattinson (Bass)
Hometown:
Liverpool, United Kingdom

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Echo & The Bunnymen
4 days ago
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No upcoming shows in your city
Send a request to Echo & The Bunnymen to play in your city
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concerts and tour dates

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all concerts & live streams

Live Photos of Echo & The Bunnymen

Echo & The Bunnymen at Milwaukee, WI in Pabst Theater 2024
View All Photos

Official Merch

Official Echo & The Bunnymen 1983 Por...
$15.0 GBP
Official Echo & The Bunnymen 1986 Bun...
$25.0 GBP
Official Echo & The Bunnymen Round Lo...
$25.0 GBP
Official Echo & The Bunnymen ‘Bring O...
$25.0 GBP
Official Echo & The Bunnymen 1986 Bun...
$40.0 GBP
Official Echo & The Bunnymen ‘From Li...
$25.0 GBP
Official Echo & The Bunnymen ‘Scotlan...
$1.0 GBP
Echo & The Bunnymen's tour

Fan Reviews

T
May 27th 2024
I almost missed this concert as finding parking is a nightmare. Unlike the aragon ballroom who has paid parking, the riviera does not. Residential side streets are all permit only, so figure out how to get to the venue accordingly. It was raining and cold, and I had to walk 8 blocks. That's chicago weather for you. Upon arriving at the venue, the starter band was already into their set. I ran to the merchandise counter to buy an item. Visited the WC then, was told there's no lift. 3 flights with a bad knee is rather undaunting. I was able to locate my seat and, with 15 minutes to spare, without much further fan fare. Echo and the Bunnymen appeared. The lead singer wore sunglasses during the entire set. No background graphics, except for various colored lights pulsing on and off to the music being played, the stage was foggy from the fog machines giving the stage a very dark, and eerie feel, like a foggy and misty night out walking along the english shore. The band took an extended break and then came back and played almost an hour longer. As most bands do, they briefly left, then returned and played the last two songs I longingly waited for...killing moon and lips like sugar. As with any band who's been around many moons and decades, the physical appearances of each original band member changes and oftentimes the voices and how the original song was played and how now, it's evolved. It can all come together in disappointment. It wasn't a terrible night, but, given my experience overall, I'd sit this band out going forward. Sign me.. nothing lasts forever
Chicago, IL@
Riviera Theatre
Adelson
May 19th 2024
Show was ok. Brooklyn Steel is a good venue - but I would love to have more options of food. Show started a bit delayed, with the explanation that Ian McCulloch got laryngitis. In general, great songs, but Ian was clearly not able to sing at his best. Also, it was nearly impossible to hear what he was saying between the songs - maybe due to his accent, maybe due to the laryngitis, maybe to some strong remedies. Anyway, all the great songs were there.
Brooklyn, NY@
Brooklyn Steel
Roy
March 27th 2024
Two encores, hits and quips. The Bunnymen on their home turf never disappoints. Standout moments were The Cutter and The Killing Moon. Ian is the John Lydon of Liverpool. He tells it as it is, which is always refreshing in the present day. A great night. A “People are Strange” rendition for an encore would have took the roof off the Empire though.. maybe next time…
Liverpool, United Kingdom@
Liverpool Empire Theatre
View More Fan Reviews

About Echo & The Bunnymen

Echo & the Bunnymen are an English rock band formed in Liverpool in 1978. The original line-up consisted of vocalist Ian McCulloch, guitarist Will Sergeant and bassist Les Pattinson. By 1980, Pete de Freitas joined as the band's drummer.

Their 1980 debut album Crocodiles went into the top 20 of the UK Albums Chart. After releasing their second album Heaven Up Here in 1981, the band's cult status was followed by mainstream success in the UK in 1983 when they scored a UK Top 10 hit with "The Cutter", and the album which the song came from, Porcupine, hit number 2 in the UK. Ocean Rain (1984), continued the band's UK chart success with its lead single "The Killing Moon" entering into the top 10.
Show More
Genres:
1980s, New Wave, Post Punk, Indie, Gothic, Trad Goth
Band Members:
Pete De Freitas (drums)., Will Sergeant (guitar), Ian McCulloch (vocals, guitar), Les Pattinson (Bass)
Hometown:
Liverpool, United Kingdom

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