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Concord Dawn National Tour 2004

Concord Dawn National Tour 2004

Saturday June 19th - Sub 9 Matty C and Kiljoy B2B (4hr set!!!), The Upbeats, D-Dog B2B Sal (BF/WMD) $20 presales from DMC, Real Groovy and Chelsea After Numerous one off gigs and appearances throughout the summer festival circuit, it is time for everyone to get Concord Dawn, MC Rizla and a bag full of the freshest tunes from around the globe.

Its not often both members of Concord Dawn (Matty C and Kiljoy) get to play together these days, both of them just having returned from another world tour, with Matt covering Australia, Japan, Korea, America, Canada and Puerto Rico, and Kiljoy doing the UK, Holland, Hungary, Switzerland, Germany, Poland, Spain and Portugal.

Expect at least 4 hours of the best drum and bass has to offer. Count your lucky starts, and if that wasn't enough, for a limited time when you buy the "Uprising" CD, you will recieve a bonus mix CD.

If hstory repeats itself, this will be a sell out show so we recommend purchasing tickets in advance. See you there!

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