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NZ acts announced for South by Southwest 2005

Tuesday February 1st 2005

Further NZ acts announced for South by Southwest 2005

Four more NZ acts have been invited to perform at this year's South by Southwest (SXSW) conference in Austin, Texas.

They are:

* Betchadupa * Jakob * Pluto * Scribe

They join fellow New Zealanders The Coolies, The Have and The Mint Chicks who received invitations late last year.

SXSW 05 will host 1100 artists from around the world over five days in concert at 50 venues between March 16th and 20th.

More information about playing times and any additional shows will be forthcoming soon.

ENDS

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