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1925 Elm St, Dallas, TX 75201

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The Polyphonic Spree

Closed December 9, 2017

"Wonderfully crafted moments of orchestral pop."

The Independent

Why See The Polyphonic Spree?

Reach for the sun!

Symphonic choral collective, The Polyphonic Spree is on tour! First formed in 2000 after the split of founder Tim DeLaughter's previous band Tripping Daisy, due to the untimely death of his collaborator Wes Berggren, the over 20 strong crew armed themselves with a smorgasbord of instruments and recorded The Beginning Stages Of... using 48 hours of Tripping Daisy's left over studio time. The rest is history...

Known for a creating an inimitable communal euphoria at their live shows, they resemble a cult be-robed cult, and sound like a sun-drenched gospel choir. Operating on a symphonic scale that includes inspiration from The Beatles, Black Sabbath, E.L.O, Nirvana and much much more, you'd be mad to see them when they hit in , , .

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Performance date: 9 December 2017

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