Level 42 are coming to Australia for the first time in over 40 years!
Level 42 left their mark on the 1980’s with a polished, upbeat, danceable pop/rock sound largely defined by lead singer / bassist Mark King’s thumb-slap bass technique. Catchy hits such as ‘Lessons in Love’, ‘Running in the Family’ and ‘Something About You’ crossed the band from their jazz-funk fusion roots firmly into the mainstream pop charts and gave them a fanbase worldwide.
As a live act Level 42 have primarily toured the UK (they’ve sold out London’s Wembley Arena for a total of 21 nights over their career), Scandinavia and Continental Europe, and have had a number of forays into the North American market on arena tours with the likes of Peter Gabriel and Steve Winwood.
Why they never made it down-under for concerts has Mark King scratching his head, but he is rapt the opportunity is finally here 40 years into his career, “Touring with the band this year has been about as much fun as I can remember having had on the road, and If you had asked me back in 1980 if I thought we would be selling out theatres around the world when I was sixty years old I probably would have laughed! Re-invention can be a wonderful thing!”
This is a digital only event. All Tickets are Mobile Ticket Only. Tickets can only be purchased via the Ticketmaster website or Ticketmaster App* *Accessible ticket options excluded and are still available via the Accessible Seating Line. Mobile Tickets are like Print-at-Home tickets but instead of having to print off the tickets yourself, you can just show the barcode on your mobile phone. It is the easiest way to access tickets to your events. For more information visit Ticketmaster.com.au/mobiletickets Prohibited Items: No video, audio or professional photography unless stated otherwise by the promoter. No alcohol or open drink containers can be brought into the venue. Seating in Lounge Rows A-D is strictly NO STANDING. It is strongly recommended any patron who has requested an Outlet/Venue pickup when purchasing should pick their tickets up prior to arriving at the Palais Theatre on show night to avoid lengthy queues.