If you've ever had the privilege of seeing Bjork live, you'll be aware that she generally puts on a show that is both sonically and visually mind-blowing.
If you haven't had a chance to catch the Icelandic musician, the good news is that she's Dublin-bound in just a few months.
She'll bring her Cornucopia tour - described by one publication as "an experimental artpop masterpiece" and another as "the Wildest Visual Display in a Concert That I’ve Ever Seen" to the 3Arena on Thursday, November 28th.
The show will have a 360-degree soundsystem and will feature the Icelandic flute septet Viibra, harpist Katie Buckley, with percussion from Manu Delago. Electronics and a number of bespoke instruments are also implemented in the innovative surround-sound stage design.
Tickets for the gig go on general sale this Friday at 9am, but there are various pre-sales (Three customers and Artist - August 7th at 9am, and MCD's starts August 8th at 10am) available before then. You must register for the MCD presale before 5pm tomorrow.