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Justin Townes Earle Returning To New Zealand In August

Justin Townes Earle Returning To New Zealand In August

Tuesday 28th May, 2019 12:03PM

Country music charmer Justin Townes Earle is heading our way for a 3-stop, main centre tour this August. The Nashvillian was last in town two years ago for the Southern Fork Americana Fest, and while he was here Danielle Street caught up with him to chat about new kids, being a kid, and his album Kids In The Street. Since then he’s whipped up another LP, dropping The Saint Of Lost Causes just last week, which audiences can look forward to hearing in Christchurch, Wellington and Auckland in a couple of months...

Justin Townes Earle

Friday 23rd August - Tuning Fork, Auckland
Saturday 24th August - Blue Smoke, Christchurch
Sunday 25th August - San Fran, Wellington

Presales available from 10.00am, Friday 31st May

Take a peep at Earle performing ‘Flint City Shake It’ at Paste Studios…

 


Press release:

The Tuning Fork and 95bFM are proud to announce that Nashville-based Americana heavyweight, Justin Townes Earle, will return to New Zealand for a 3-date tour this August. Last here in 2017 for the Southern Fork Americana Fest, Justin Townes Earle will visit again for three headline solo shows in Auckland, Christchurch and Wellington, August 23 - 25.

Best known for his award-winning 'Harlem River Blues' Justin Townes Earle brings his latest effort, The Saint of Lost Causes, released worldwide on Friday, May 24th.

Links
justintownesearle.com
facebook.com/justintownesearle

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Justin Townes Earle
Fri 23rd Aug
The Tuning Fork, Auckland
Justin Townes Earle
Sat 24th Aug
Cassels Blue Smoke, Christchurch
Justin Townes Earle New Zealand Tour
Sun 25th Aug
San Fran, Wellington