At the time of the show, we will follow any COVID precautions in place at that time, which could include capacity limits, social distancing, mask wearing or other safety measures. In the event that shows are postponed or canceled, our website will be updated.
If you were there for The Flaming Lips when they last played Edgefield Concerts, we know we'll see you again. Thousands of us watched amazed beneath the stars while the Lips brought on their signature live show (which includes costumes, balloons, video projections, dazzling stage lights, giant hands, large amounts of confetti, and a man-sized plastic bubble in which frontman Wayne Coynehe traverses the audience). Topped off with lush, multi-layered, psychedelic rock arrangements, all the senses are in for a treat on this evening... no wonder Q magazine named The Flaming Lips one of the "50 Bands to See Before You Die."
The Flaming Lips return to Edgefield promoting their latest album, The Terror, set to release on April 16.