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Jello Biafra Announces Spoken Word Shows

Jello Biafra Announces Spoken Word Shows

Thursday 16th May, 2013 9:57AM

Dead Kennedys' frontman Jello Biafra has announced two spoken word shows on the back of his recent tour with band The Guantanamo School of Medicine. The shows are an extension of his YouTube rant series What Would Jello Do? which he started in 2011.  Check out an episode below on voting and here are the show details...

Jello Biafra Speaks: What Would Jello Do?

Friday 31st May, CPSA, Christchurch (this show has been cancelled)
Saturday 1st June, Galatos, Auckland

Tickets on sale now from HERE at UTR and in store at Real Groovy in Auckland and Cosmic in Christchurch.

Press Release:

Jello Speaks!! Auckland and Christchurch spoken word shows confirmed.

Hot on the heels of his captivating band concerts here and in Australia, Jello Biafra returns to our shores in late May for his What Would Jello Do? speaking shows - this time in Christchurch and Auckland.

Tickets to these intimate and confronting Spoken Word shows are limited, and available from 9am today (Thursday May 16) direct from

Biafra performs at the Bedford @ CPSA (Christchurch) on Friday May 31, and at Galatos in Auckland on Saturday June 1.

The Auckland performance will be followed by Jello's Downunder Tour wrap party upstairs at the Galatos Lounge, featuring Incredibly Strange Rockin' Vinyl from the Vaults of DJ Jello Biafra himself, plus 95bFM's Troy Ferguson and more.

What Would Jello Do? Is proudly presented by Plus1and 95bFM, and follows on from Biafra's YouTube series of the same name, commenting on politics, democracy, conspiracy and cover ups, punk rock and a whole lot more.

Jello Biafra is the former frontman and chief-agitator for legendary U.S. punks Dead Kennedys, who now tours with his acclaimed new band Jello Biafra and the Guantanamo School of Medicine.


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