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The Cult To Play NZ In May

The Cult To Play NZ In May

Thursday 11th March, 2010 9:34AM

Original 80s goth rockers The Cult have been announced to play NZ this May. The band are currently on a world tour playing their 1985 release Love from start to finish which should please old and new fans a like.

The Cult Love Live Tour

Monday 3rd  May, The Trusts Stadium Arena, Auckland
Tickets go on sale 19th March from www.ticketdirect.co.nz

Here's the video for one of The Cult's big hits off Love "She Sells Sanctuary" - enjoy!

Press Release:

The Cult to perform the “LOVE” album in its entirety, giving fans what they want!

Chugg Entertainment and Sun Touring Company announced today that legendary rock act, THE CULT, will be heading to New Zealand and Australia as part of their “Love” Live Tour, with confirmed dates in Auckland, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in May, 2010.

This will be the first time THE CULT has toured New Zealand and Australia in 15 years, last performing as part of the Big Day Out in 1995.

The LOVE album is viewed by fans and world-wide media as The Cult’s pre-eminent release. From the immediately recognizable opening notes of She Sells Sanctuary, through Billy Duffy’s psychedelic guitar strains on Phoenix, to the resolve of Ian Astbury’s haunting baritone on Brother Wolf, Sister Moon, The Cult created an album that manoeuvres as a tour de force.

The Cult “LOVE” Live Tour will showcase the band’s alternative roots as musicians and performers, and is sure to electrify new fans and devotees. Since commencing the tour in mid 2009, the band have performed in diverse venues from the grand scale excitement of London’s Royal Albert Hall, to the intimate setting of Paris’ Le Bataclan, this tour will see the band fulfil the ultimate dream of Cult lovers across the globe, performing the unimaginable; a once in a lifetime opportunity to witness one of alternative rock’s most important records, LOVE, performed in its entirety, live onstage.

"The band is redefining the live album experience with the “LOVE” Live Tour; nothing is comparable to witnessing The Cult, fully engaged in the live creation of arguably their seminal album. For fans this will be the greatest tour yet, and for those just discovering The Cult, this staging will envelop them in a pure performance experience,” stated Cult manager, Tom Vitorino.

The band will take fans through a “best of” finale which will include their greatest hits spanning their storied career. The Cult will deliver spectacular production, along with the intense performances that fans have come to expect and have been working closely with their art/ design team to create an arresting set, with dramatic effects, using state-of-the art technology.

Continuing their historic creative partnership, Ian Astbury and Billy Duffy began writing together again in 2001 and have since recorded several songs at The Sunset Marquis Villa Recording Studios, in Los Angeles. Their highly anticipated new tracks will be the follow up to The Cult’s 2007 release, the critically acclaimed, Born Into This.

Tickets for all shows go on sale on Friday, 19 March, 2010. Stay tuned for support act announcements.

THE CULT
LOVE LIVE TOUR

Monday, 3 May, The Trusts Stadium Arena, Auckland
Tickets available from www.ticketdirect.co.nz

Wednesday, 5 May, The Tivoli, Brisbane
Tickets available from www.ticketek.com.au Thursday, 6 May, Big Top Luna Park, Sydney
Tickets available from Big Top Box Office, www.ticketek.com.au

Saturday, 8 May, Palais Theatre, Melbourne
Tickets available from www.ticketmaster.com.au

Monday, 10 May, The Barton Theatre, Adelaide
Tickets available from www.venuetix.com.au

Wednesday, 12 May, Metro City, Perth
Tickets available from www.ticketek.com.au or www.moshtix.com.au



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Best news this week!
Posted by SAM - anonymous 6 years ago
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Cool news! Missed them in 1995 - was crook with morning sickness & couldn't attend BDO. It'll be great!
Posted by Lianne - anonymous 6 years ago
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the tickets for the Australian shows are $107AU.
Which makes them about $140NZ, seriously not worth it, unless the opening act is the Datsuns or something similar.
Their setlist is great.
Posted by chris - anonymous 6 years ago
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crap venue, hope they move it to powerstation
Posted by essjaywhy - anonymous 6 years ago
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i had a little baby in 1995 but me sista went (I was so jealous) cant wait.
Posted by maraea - anonymous 6 years ago


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