Bonobo – 2014 Concert Schedule
British musician Simon Green, also known as Bonobo, was one of the pioneers
of "downtempo" music, characterized by its slow beats and gentle ambiance. Even if you don't own any downtempo albums, you've
probably heard Bonobo at your local lounge or perhaps even in a coffee shop. The gentle groove of his song "Black Sands" has
become a fan favorite, along with tracks like "Nightlite," "Pick Up," and "Flutter." If you're a longtime fan of Bonobo, you
know that his concerts are out of this world. Typically opting to perform with a full band, Bonobo's music comes alive during
concerts, and you don't want to miss out the next time he comes to a venue in your city. To get a head start, visit StubHub
today to make sure you get your Bonobo tickets before they're all gone.
Simon Green made his first release under the stage name "Bonobo" in 1999, with the song "Terrapin" on the compilation "When
Shapes Join Together." He later released his debut record "Animal Magic" under the independent record label "Tru Thoughts"
in 2001. His debut album helped to define the new "downtempo" music genre that was starting to become popular at the time.
In addition, the album was completely self-instrumented and self-produced. Bonobo was later signed to Ninja Tune, and he released
the album "Dial 'M' For Monkey." He also contributed to Solid Steel, a series of DJ mix albums on the Ninja Tune label. His
contributions included "Bonobo Presents Solid Steel: It Came From The Sea."
Although labeled as a "downtempo" musician
by the media, Bonobo didn't allow himself to be defined by labels, as he continued to let his music evolve and capture different
genres. In fact, Bonobo is known for being able to seamlessly fuse various genres together. Bonobo released his third album
"Days to Come" in 2006, which produced the single "Nightlite." The album was later voted "Best Album of 2006" on British DJ
Gilles Peterson's BBC Radio 1 show. Bonobo's next album "Black Sands," garnered even more praise with its inclusion of afrobeat
and middle eastern musical elements. From synthesizers to exotic instruments, Bonobo's music has a certain magic that fans
adore. Bonobo has gone on to play countless sold-out shows across several continents, mesmerizing audiences wherever he goes.
Bonobo has performed at the Sydney Opera House and Brixton Academy, London's Roundhouse, and at Coachella, in addition to
other venues around the world. Now it's your turn to experience everything that Bonobo has to offer. His live performances
are artfully crafted displays of music, and they are sure to impress any fan of music.
After the release of Bonobo's albums "Days to Come" and "Black Sands," he had caught the attention of fans and
critics all over the world who praised him for his creative use of various styles of music. It was at that point when his
career really took off, and he was able to reach a wider audience. Several of his songs were later featured in advertisements
and in television and video game soundtracks. The songs "Pick Up" and "Flutter" were used in the snowboarding game SSX on
Tour, and the track "Nightlite" was featured on UEFA Champions League 2006-2007. CBC Television's show jPod used "Flutter"
as its opening theme, and his music has also been used in between segments on NPR and even on Adult Swim. From advertising
to television, Bonobo's music has struck a chord with everyone, and his versatile tunes have lent themselves to various formats
for people to enjoy.
Under what moniker has Simon Green also performed?
has also recorded and performed DJ sets under the name Barakas, and with Robert Luis from Tru Thoughts records as "Nirobi
From "Animal Magic" to "Black Sands," Bonobo's albums have infused various
styles of music from all over the world, and fans can't get enough of his unique, downtempo tracks. If you're looking for
something fun to do with friends, there's no better way to have a great time than with a trip to see Bonobo live in concert.
During Bonobo's live performances, his subdued tracks cast a euphoric spell over the audience, as songs like "Black Sands"
and "Nightlite" come to life. The creative mastermind behind Bonobo, Simon Green, is truly an artist, and his live shows offer
everything you've come to expect from such a talented person. Bonobo understands the intricacies of electronic music, as he
shapes and re-imagines his songs onstage. To experience one of the most thrilling live performances around, be sure to visit
StubHub today to get your tickets to see Bonobo live in concert. But don't wait – these Bonobo concert tickets are sure
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