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KXCI Presents! Bonobo Giveaway Contest

September 30, 2022

Bonobo at Rialto Theatre on October 12th

KXCI Presents! the international electronica of Bonobo, live on the Fragments tour. Bonobo’s latest album “Fragments” breaks the mold by transcending genres of all kinds.


*CLICK FOR CONTEST RULES* The deadline to enter is through 10pm Monday, October 10th.  The winners of (1) pair of tickets will be selected at random (one entry per person). Ticket winners will be put on the guest list and must present ID at the venue box office on the night of the show to gain entry. Winners will be notified to the email address entered in the contest after the deadline and drawing.

Bonobo at Rialto Theatre

Doors 7PM | Show 8PM | All Ages BUY TICKETS

Since Simon Green started Bonobo the expansion and acceleration has been constant, from his beginning in small clubs as a solo DJ / producer, to working with Erykah Badu, Ólafur Arnalds and Jon Hopkins to remixing Michael Kiwanuka, Gorillaz, George Fitzgerald and London Grammar. He has received three GRAMMY nominations, played huge arenas and festivals from a three-times sold out Alexandra Palace to Fuji Rock – and most recently landed a top ten album in multiple countries, top five at home in the UK and a Billboard dance album number one in the US, with 2017’s Migration.

But as Green embarked on the Migration tour, this constant acceleration combined with a feeling of the world in flux became gruelling. He began to retreat into himself – and for the first time, he wasn’t writing new music as he travelled. Exhausted and wrung-out, he was wrestling with feelings he found hard to express. But slowly, even in lockdown he found inspiration from being in nature – “finding the places that were alien and unique and awe inspiring” – from recalling what he loved about crowds and dancefloors, and from reconnecting with collaborators like Jamila Woods, Joji, Kadhja Bonet, Jordan Rakei, O’Flynn and Miguel Atwood-Ferguson. So “Fragments” is the sound of both struggle and isolation – personally and collectively – and of a surging, joyous return: a gorgeous reminder of how out of such trials, creativity and hope can emerge at the most unexpected moments


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