Guantanamo Baywatch Announce North Island Tour

Guantanamo Baywatch Announce North Island Tour

Wednesday 24th August, 2016 8:55AM

Portland surf rockers Guantanamo Baywatch are bringing their raucous live show to New Zealand soil for the first time ever. The group, who released their excellent sophomore album Darling... It's Too Late last year, will be making three stops around the North Island with newly recruited second guitarist Jordan Owens who joins the ranks alongside Jason Powell (guitar), Chevelle Wiseman (bass) and Chris Scott (drums). Here are the tour details...

Guantanamo Baywatch

Thursday 6th October, Whammy Bar, Auckland
Friday 7th October, Yot Club, Raglan
Saturday 8th October, Valhalla, Wellington

Tickets available HERE at UTR and instore at Flying Out (Auckland) or Slow Boat/RPM (Wellington)

Here's the video for 'Too Late' featuring Curtis Harding, lifted off the group's latest album Darling... It's Too Late...




Tickets on sale Wednesday 24th August from

Portlandian surf rockers Guantanamo Baywatch will head to New Zealand this October with a new album, an extra guitarist, and choc-full of excitement to tour here for the first time!

Last year when Guantanamo Baywatch made their debut visit to Australia, they solidified their reputation for loose and wild shows. Their renegade energy and “don’t give a shit” ‘tude left a trail of new and old followers, broken hearts and a mountain of empty beer bottles in their wake. This time the band promise to bring all that plus more to New Zealand on the back of the Australian tour dates.

With a knack for serving up legit surf, while fucking with various sub-genres, the trio of guitarist Jason Powell, bassist Chevelle Wiseman and the happiest drummer we’ve ever seen live, Chris Scott, will unleash their newly inducted second guitarist, Jordan Owens on their fans and we CANT WAIT!!!


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Thu 6th Oct
Whammy Bar, Auckland
Fri 7th Oct
The Yot Club, Raglan
Sat 8th Oct
Valhalla, Wellington

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