Lark Theater presents the best live concert broadcasts and films from music’s biggest names
Select Thursdays at 7:30 pm
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In March 2015, Eric Clapton turned 70. Two months later, he set up camp at London’s Royal Albert Hall for a series of seven shows, 50 years after his first performance at the legendary venue with the Yardbirds… The event covers a lot of ground, especially hitting vintage blues classics, but not skipping the Clapton hits you’d expect.
Muse, the world renowned multi-platinum selling and multi-award winning band, embarked on their ambitious Drones World Tour in 2015-16, playing over 130 dates across the globe. Known for pushing boundaries in terms of their stage production, the tour saw the band perform “in the round” from the middle of the arena, with the stage design and configuration giving fans a full 360 degree audio/visual sensory experience.
Icelandic artist, Björk, performs songs from her eighth album with evocative visuals provided by designers from around the world. The Rolling Stone describes the project as “a massive multimedia project about the relationships between music, nature and technology.
Over the course of three nights at Hollywood’s Pantages Theater in December 1983, filmmaker Jonathan Demme joined creative forces with cinematographer Jordan Cronenweth and Talking Heads … and miracles occurred. Following a staging concept by singer-guitarist David Byrne, this euphoric concert film transcends that all-too-limited genre to become the greatest film of its kind.
Neil Young: Heart of Gold is filmmaker Jonathan Demme‘s intimate musical portrait of legendary singer/songwriter Neil Young, filmed on the occasion of the world premiere of Young’s “Prairie Wind” concert at Nashville’s hallowed Ryman Auditorium.
$18 – General
$16 – Senior
$15 – Lark Member
$10 – Student (18 and under)
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Public parking available next door to the theater. Two hour street parking available on Magnolia.