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Violent Femmes Announce New Dates For New Zealand Tour

Violent Femmes Announce New Dates For New Zealand Tour

C.C. / Tuesday 17th March, 2020 2:00PM

In a well-timed ray of musical sunshine, Milwaukee alt-folk icons Violent Femmes have revealed new dates for their eagerly awaited Aotearoa, including a newly announced Christchurch show. Originally scheduled for this coming month, the core team of singer / guitarist Gordon Gano and bassist Brian Ritchie with drummer Victor DeLorenzo have rescheduled their March NZ events due to the ongoing coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. We chatted with Ritchie about a lifetime in music and his work as music curator for cutting-edge annual festival Mona Foma, along with contributing to its winter Dark Mofo programme – read that interview here and scope out Violent Femmes' newly updated tour details below...

UPDATE: "Due to the ongoing global crisis, and to be as cautious with the health and safety of our fans, road crew and ourselves, we have decided to cancel the Australia / New Zealand tour. Refunds will be issued from point of purchase." - Violent Femmes

Undertheradar proudly presents...

Violent Femmes

Saturday 14th November - Isaac Theatre Royal, Christchurch* [cancelled]
Monday 16th November - The Opera House, Wellington [cancelled]
Tuesday 17th November - Logan Campbell Centre, Auckland☼ 

General public sales available via Ticketek from 9.00am, Thursday 26th March*
Tickets available via Ticketmaster. All tickets remain valid from the postponed 24th March concert. Refunds available from Ticketmaster to those who can’t attend new date. 
Tickets available via Ticketek. All tickets remain valid from the postponed 25th March concert. Refunds available from Ticketek to those who can’t attend new date.

Watch the classic 1983 clip for 'Gone Daddy Gone'...

Press release:

Plus1 and Violent Femmes are pleased to announce rescheduled dates in November for their New Zealand tour, with the addition of a Christchurch concert to satisfy demand from their South Island fans.


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