Three-time Grammy Award-winning and US multi-platinum-selling group, PENTATONIX, bring their phenomenal vocal talents to Australia in what will be their biggest tour yet.
Show dates: Thursday 20 February
Tickets: Available now via Ticketek Australia
Start time: 7.30pm
Conditions of entry: Backpacks of any size or type are not permitted into the venue. All other bags must be under 30x30cm. Guests should read and understand our conditions of entry prior to booking tickets and attending the event.
Parking: Parking at Melbourne Park is limited and should be pre-booked.
Public transport: Margaret Court Arena is accessible by tram, train and bus. The arena is walking distance from Richmond Station and Flinders Street Station.
VIP Experiences: Fans are able to access VIP Experiences including a limited number of the Ultimate VIP Experience featuring a reserved seat in the first 10 rows, Meet & Greet and individual photo opportunity, backstage tour, plus a private performance and Q&A session with Pentatonix.
PENTATONIX AT MARGARET COURT ARENA
Followers of the five-piece vocal troupe – which amass almost 17 million on YouTube alone – will attest to powerful, vibrant and flawless instrument-free performances of originals and cover songs, culminating in an awe-inspiring show of exceptionally talented individual and group vocals.
Unaccompanied by instruments, Pentatonix excel in harmonies, percussive sounds and beatbox delivered in their own Grammy-winning-style arrangements, stemming from influences of pop, dubstep, electro, hip-hop, country and classical music.
Selling out their previous Australian, North American and European runs, Pentatonix are currently undertaking a massive 45-date North American tour. Audiences have been transfixed by spellbinding a cappella performances ranging through a set list featuring original tracks such as “Sing” and “Natural Disaster,” and covers of classic and contemporary songs such as Camila Cabello’s “Havana,” Simon & Garfunkel’s “The Sound of Silence,” A Star is Born megahit “Shallow,” Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” and Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah,” as well as their Ariana Grande and renowned Daft Punk mashups (the latter racking up a staggering 310 million-plus YouTube views).