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Luger Boa Announce Four-Date December Tour

Luger Boa Announce Four-Date December Tour

Tuesday 4th November, 2014 9:38AM

Rock 'n' roll five-piece Luger Boa are joining together to take a four-date jaunt around the country in early December. The raucous group, which is the brainchild of Jimmy Christmas of The D4, has been fairly quiet of late, but are raising their heads temporarily to serve up a mix of Boa classics alongside some new material they have been brewing up. Here's the details...


The Rise & Fall Of Luger Boa

Friday 5th December, The Royal Hotel, Palmerston North
Saturday 6th December Yot Club, Raglan (as part of Yot on the Rocks Festival)
Thursday 11th December, The Grand Hotel, Helensville
Friday 12th December, The Kings Arms, Auckland

Tickets for all shows except Raglan are availble HERE at UTR


Here's is the titular single from Luger Boa's album New Hot Nights...


PRESS RELEASE:

THE RISE & FALL OF LUGER BOA

It's been 18 months between drinks, but NZ's finest rock n' rolling glam misfits LUGER BOA are back for a LIMTED TIME ONLY.

This December the band that has delivered multiple smash radio hits and many, many, memorable nights of decadence, destruction, and devilment will play 4 SHOWS ONLY starting at The Royal Hotel in Palmerston North, before hitting the YOT Club Raglan, The Grand Hotel Helensville, and ending with a FINAL SHOW at The Kings Arms Tavern in Auckland.

Joined by an exquisite selection of very special guests for your listening and dancing pleasure, the mighty Boa will be playing all the hits from their extensive back catalogue as well as some never before heard new material in a short and frenzied assault that takes in favorite haunts and new ground.

Do not miss these shows.

New Zealand, LUGER BOA SALUTES YOU ALL!

Thank you, and goodnight.


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Fri 5th Dec
The Royal, Palmerston North
Sat 6th Dec
The Yot Club, Raglan
Thu 11th Dec
The Grand Hotel Awaroa, Auckland
Fri 12th Dec
Kings Arms Tavern, Auckland