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SNFU Announce Two New Zealand Shows

SNFU Announce Two New Zealand Shows

Friday 22nd May, 2015 9:43AM

Veteran hardcore outfit SNFU are returning to New Zealand for the first time since 1996 to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their debut album ...And No One Else Wanted To Play. With a line up consisting of  Mr. Chi Pig, Dave Bacon, Randy Steffles, Dirty Kurt Robertson and Jamie Oliver, the Canadian group will be playing two shows across Wellington and Auckland in August. Here are the details...


SNFU - No One Else Wanted To Play Tour

Friday 21st August, Valhalla, Wellington
Saturday 22nd August, Whammy Bar, Auckland

Tickets are available HERE at UTR


Here's a clip for 'Eric's Had A Bad Day' from 1995 album The One Voted Most Likely To Succeed...



And here is 'She's Not On The Menu' from debut album ...And No One Else Wanted to Play....


PRESS RELEASE:

The history of Punk in Canada (let alone the World) can not be told without the mention of these 4 letters: SNFU.

From their founding in 1981 by lead singer Mr Chi Pig and brother's Marc and Brent Belke, the band has broken up and reformed numerous times, each time gaining more and more loyal fans along the way eager to share the gospel of SNFU with the next generation. After nearly 10 full length albums, numerous EP's and several worldwide tours, the undisputed legends have more than staked their claim in the global punk rock history books.

Not seen on NZ shores since 1996, the band currently consists of Mr. Chi Pig on vocals, masks and the occasional keytar. Ex bass player Dave Bacon has been welcomed back in to the fold, Randy Steffles and Dirty Kurt Robertson on Guitar duties, and Jamie Oliver (UK Subs) on drums.

2015 sees SNFU gearing up to hit the road again to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of their influential debut album “and no one else wanted to play”. Australian and New Zealand fans can expect to hear a few favorites off that record as well as a healthy dose of classic material from the SNFU back catalogue

Tix on sale now from Under The Radar, Slow Boat Records and Real Groovy Records.





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Fri 21st Aug, Valhalla, Wellington
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