Nick Cave To Perform Virtual Concert That You Can Only Watch Live

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Nick Cave fans will be licking their chops, with the acclaimed Australian singer-songwriter's solo performance at the piano in Idiot Prayer: Nick Cave Alone at Alexandra Palace to be live streamed.

A film shot at the iconic London venue last month, this will be unique viewing experience. With the concert to be streamed only on 23 July, viewers will not be able to pause, rewind or fast forward the stream. Basically, it's a live event.

To be broken up into three regions (Australia & Asia, UK & Europe, North & South America), Nick will thrill audiences digging deep into his extensive back catalogue (early and recent Bad Seeds, Grinderman) including a number of rare tracks the majority of fans have never heard live previously.

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Filmed by award-winning cinematographer Robbie Ryan (The Favourite, Marriage Story, American Honey) in Alexandra Palace's stunning West Hall, it was edited by Nick Emerson (Lady Macbeth, Emma, Greta).

Idiot Prayer: Nick Cave Alone at Alexandra Palace will be streamed 23 July at 8pm EST. Tickets are now on sale. Click here for more information.

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