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UnderTheRadar Presents: The Brian Jonestown Massacre!

UnderTheRadar Presents: The Brian Jonestown Massacre!

Monday, 14th December 2009 12:00PM

We here at UTR are thrilled to bring you the return of The Brian Jonestown Massacre to NZ in March 2010!

Following up their sold out 2008 tour, next year they will play two shows in celebration of their new album Who Killed Sergeant Pepper?. With near-original line up to boot these shows should not be missed!

Transmission Room, Auckland - 8th March 2010
Bodega, Wellington - 9th March 2010

Tickets for both shows go on sale from here at Undertheradar on Wednesday 16th November.

As an extra special Xmas treat for UTR members, we have a very limited supply of early bird tickets on sale now for $35 + BF (normally $40+BF). Follow the links below to secure yours.

Click HERE to purchase tickets to Auckland.

Click HERE to purchase tickets to Wellington

This special closes when GA tickets go on sale.

Press Release:

Sixsixteen, Groove Guide & Under The Radar PRESENT

THE BRIAN JONESTOWN MASSACRE NZ TOUR

To celebrate the release of Who Killed Sergeant Pepper?, the Brian Jonestown Massacre have announced they will be heading to NZ in 2010. With the addition of Matt Hollywood, this is as close to the original line up as we are ever going to see on stage.

Recorded across 2009 between Iceland & Berlin, the Brian Jonestown Massacre move forward with their new full length album , Who Killed Sergeant Pepper?.

Working with musicians of the likes of Will Carruthers (ex Spacemen 3 & Spiritualized), Unnur Andrea Einarsdottir (who recorded vocals on the last BJM album) & Felix from the Russian band Amazing Electronic Talking Cave and various musicians from France, Germany, & Iceland, this is BJM's most multi-cultured and inspired release to date.

With a now famous penchant for mid-gig antics expect a stage show to rememberů

BJM play

Transmission Room, Auckland - 8th March 2010
Bodega, Wellington - 9th March 2010

Tickets on sale Wednesday 16th December from Undertheradar, Moshtix and Real Groovy.



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Yes!! in my opinion the greatest band there is. listened to who killed sgt pepper a month ago on youtube, as brian jonestown massacre release all their music online free of charge. who cares about stage antics?
Posted by keep music evil - anonymous 4 years ago

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damn them why no christchurch this time? grrrrrr
Posted by johnnyg 4 years ago

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can you guys freakingstop doing r18 gigs! far out
Posted by thomas - anonymous 4 years ago

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yes!
Posted by soon to be deaf - anonymous 4 years ago

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oh superb. another 'not-so-big-yet-amazing' band to add to the list.
Posted by - anonymous 4 years ago



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