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SHAPESHIFTER New Zealand Tour, March 2005


SHAPESHIFTER New Zealand Tour, March 2005

Following three sell-out tours of New Zealand, Shapeshifter are treating audiences across Aotearoa to a national tour in March.

Shapeshifter are renowned for their high energy live drum and bass. Living up to their reputation for bringing the house down with sets of tight dancefloor d'n'b, peppered with jazzy undertones, they have been wowing audiences here and across the Tasman (where the band has relocated). Shapeshifter’s popularity is reflected in their latest hit LP release Riddim Wise (2004) which is already verging on gold sales status.

In March, Shapeshifter will also be releasing their latest video, “Long, White Cloud” featuring the soulful vocals of Joe Dukie (Fat Freddy’s Drop).

The Shapeshifter national tour is supported by some of New Zealand’s top acts including Verse Two and Manuel Bundy.

Get your tickets to Shapeshifter now! If previous tours are anything to go by, these tickets will sell fast.

www.shapeshifter.co.nz

Tour Dates:

March 2005

Wednesday 9th, Queenstown at Subculture.

$30 presales from Play it Again and Subculture. With Nathan Haines and Dan Clark

Thurs 10th, Queenstown at Subculture.

$20 presales from Play it Again and Subculture. Support from Reno, Dreadford and Sambora

Fri 11th, Dunedin at Refuel.

$25/20 with onecard presales from OUSA and Real Groovy. Support from DJ Shan, SBK kru and Soundclash

Sat 12th, Wellington at Stage.

$25 presales from Real Groovy and DMC. Support from Kava, Ddog, Sal, Marek and Solidwax.

Weds 16th, Napier at O'flahertys.

$20 presales from O'flahertys. Support from Reno, Dreadford and Sambora

Fri 18th, Auckland at Galatos.

$25 presales from Real Groovy and Beat Merchants. Support from Verse Two, Manuel Bundy and Nick D

Sat 19th, Auckland at Galatos.

$25 presales from Real Groovy and Beat Merchants. Support from Kora, Stinky Jim and Nick D

Thurs 24th, Christchurch at Civic

Fri 25th, Nelson at Phat Moon Party


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