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Yoko-Zuna Voyager Album Release Show

When
Fri Nov 30th, 2018
Where

Doors open
9:00pm
Gig starts
10:00pm
Entry
R18
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Auckland electronic hip-hop four-piece Yoko-Zuna announce two concerts in celebration of their forthcoming album Voyager, taking over Wellington’s San Fran for album release day on Friday 16 November, and Raynham Park Studio on Auckland’s K Road, on Friday 30 November.

Tickets for both shows go on sale Friday 26 October from Eventfinda.

In true Yoko-Zuna style, the concerts will be much more than four musicians on stage, merging art and music with live visuals featuring artwork by Lyle Hawthorne and the band’s stunning music videos. The shows will include never to be repeated collaborations with guest MCs, including some of the A-list acts that appear on Voyager, and the band’s previous releases Luminols and This Place Here.

The shows will also feature limited edition merchandise and the chance to pick up a copy of the album on limited edition double LP, out on 16 November on LOOP/Kobalt.

Recently named one of five acts leading the new wave of New Zealand hip-hop by the Sunday Star Times, Yoko-Zuna were described as having “earned a reputation for genre-crossing arrangements, top tier features and a live set that could pull any punter in.”

Don’t miss what promise to be two very special nights with one of New Zealand’s most exciting emerging acts.


Yoko-Zuna
Voyager album release tour

Friday 16 November - San Fran, Wellington
Friday 30 November - Raynham Park Studio, 145 Karangahape Road, Auckland

Tickets on sale Friday 26 October via Eventfinda

Voyager out 16 November
feat. Noah Slee, SWIDT, Raiza Biza, Bailey Wiley, Ladi6, MELODOWNZ, P-Money, JessB & Bobandii

Tags
alternative, electronic, jazz




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