The last Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds live shows - after the tragic family calamity - were pretty special. They not just have been really good concerts, they were something bigger! Cave was suddenly approachable, he tried to get closer to his audience than ever before and even took them also on stage with him at the end.
The reviews were effusive and also Cave said that something has happened. In an interview with the British Vice, Cave said: "There's been a gradual sort of shift away from concerts that are purely confrontative concerts into something that's much more about a gathering up as people, and a communal thing. And this new show—and this was happening with Push The Sky Away—is just really amazing in that way. It's really extraordinary."
Thus, it is anything but unusual that the run for the tickets for his open-air tour is enormous. Therefore, the show in Berlin has been moved from the Parkbuehne Wuhlheide to the bigger Waldbuehne.
Already purchased tickets will remain valid or can be returned to the respective ticket agency where they were bought.
In the course of the relocation the times also change. The new times are as follows:
Admission: 5:30 pm
Start: 7:30 pm