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Evanescence

Synthesis – Live With Orchestra 2018
  • Brisbane Entertainment Centre
    Brisbane • 11 February 2018
    ONE NIGHT ONLY
    With the Queensland Symphony Orchestra
    $99.90 - $139.90*
    PL1 & PL2 Reserved Seating
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    Rod Laver Arena
    Melbourne • 16 February 2018
    ONE NIGHT ONLY
    With the Melboure Symphony Orchestra
    $101.70 - $142.40*
    A & B Reserve
    Buy Now
  • Brisbane Entertainment Centre
    Brisbane • 11 February 2018
    ONE NIGHT ONLY
    With the Queensland Symphony Orchestra
    $99.90 - $139.90*
    PL1 & PL2 Reserved Seating
    Buy Now
  • Rod Laver Arena
    Melbourne • 16 February 2018
    ONE NIGHT ONLY
    With the Melboure Symphony Orchestra
    $101.70 - $142.40*
    A & B Reserve
    Buy Now

*Additional fees including Booking, Credit Card & Handling charges may be levied at purchase. Tickets are subject to availability which must be confirmed with the ticket retailer.

About the event

Celebrating the release of their fourth studio album, Synthesis, two-time Grammy award-winners Evanescence have confirmed that their Synthesis Live tour will be making its way to Australia in February 2018. Set to deliver a truly transcendent experience, Synthesis Live will see the band collaborate with world class Australian symphony orchestras alongside electronic programming.

Not simply a ‘greatest hits’ album, Synthesis takes a selection of Evanescence’s three previous studio releases along with two new songs, and reimagines them with brand-new recordings. Synthesis is an amalgamation of Amy Lee’s masterful singing and piano playing, supported by her band, a full symphony orchestra performing arrangements by long-time collaborator David Campbell as well as an array of electronic music programming and effects.

Formed in the mid-90’s, Evanescene debut album Fallen spent 43 weeks on the Billboard Top 10 and sold more than 17 million copies. They have won two Grammy Awards including Best New Artist and Best Hard Rock Performance.

"With the guitars turned low and the drama high-key, Synthesis amplifies the real Amy Lee, the way she was always meant to be heard."

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