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Trinity Roots Tour

Get snuggly warm this winter with Trinity Roots warming you up on 'Release The Pressure' their national winter tour!

The TrinityRoots boys have been in the practise room since their debut album true came out in May... getting ready for this tour, you'll see the return of the rockin' as Trinity Roots on stage, playing the live versions off their intimate studio album!

And TrinityRoots have been nominated for two albums in the b-net awards this year, best downbeat release and Best Live act (you be the judge) you can vote by pointing your browser to http://www.95bfm.co.nz

Friday 9th of August Sub Nine Wellington
Time: 6 hours of warmth and roots from 10.30pm - 4.30am.
Support: Mu, Vee (tbc) and Mike Fabulous (tbc).
Tickets: available through Real Groovy, MFC Ticketing (home box office -
no booking fee) and all other Ticketek outlets (where a $2 booking fee
applies). Presales $16 + booking fee at other Ticketek outlets.

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