Bjork Biophilia Tokyo

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Bjork Biophilia Tokyo

Bjork's Biophilia wasn't one of her better received albums, but this media-straddling live version – featuring custom-made instruments controlled by iPad, musical Tesla coils and a 24-piece choir – has drawn stellar reviews wherever it was performed. After her headlining Saturday night set at this year's Fuji Rock Festival, the chanteuse will be heading to Tokyo for three nights of gigs at the National Museum of Emerging Science and Technology – an ideal setting for her tech-centric experiments. Entrance is limited to just 800 people per night, with an eye-watering ¥22,000 ticket price to match, but that's unlikely to deter Ms Guðmundsdóttir's many local fans. There are two lotteries for tickets, from May 21-27 and June 3-10, both via Ticket Pia.

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