Mike Oldfield’s Tubular Bells Live in Concert - Gold Anniversary | BREC

Mike Oldfield’s Tubular Bells Live in Concert – Gold Anniversary

Run Time 2 hrs (inc. interval)
Ticket Prices A Reserve $129.90 (includes BF) | B Reserve $109.90 (includes BF) |
C Reserve $99.00 (includes BF)
Presented by David Roy Williams and The Future Factory

Please note: Mike Oldfield will not appear at this performance.

23 August 2024
8:00 pm

Following sold out European 50th Anniversary shows, Tubular Bells in Concert heads to Australia this August.

Mike Oldfield’s trailblazing magnum-opus will be performed by an expansive live group, featuring and arranged by Mike Oldfield’s long-term collaborator, Robin A Smith.

The concert will see Tubular Bells performed in full, with further Oldfield compositions, including Moonlight Shadow, To France, Family Man and excerpts from Ommadawn.

Released in 1973, Tubular Bells was the debut studio album by English multi-instrumentalist composer Mike Oldfield who was just 17 years old when he started composing the music. The album went on to become the highest selling instrumental album of all time.

Robin A Smith has worked with Mike Oldfield for over 25-years, collaborating on Tubular Bells 2 and 3 including performances at Edinburgh Castle, London’s Horseguards Parade, The Millennium Bell Berlin, and the 2012 London Olympics Opening Ceremony.



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“The wonderful thing about Tubular Bells is that it never seems to age. It takes you on a journey through progressive rock and electronica, blues, folk, jazz and classical and along the way evokes such melodic beauty and drama. We’ve had plenty of tears from the audience and so many wonderful stories of their first experience with Tubular Bells.” Robin A Smith