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Salmonella Dub Christchurch & Queenstown Shows


Salmonella Dub Christchurch & Queenstown Shows

Salmonella Dub will take a break from songwriting to play three South Island shows early July to road-test new tracks for their next album.

They will play at two nights at Christchurch¹s Esplanade Tavern (New Brighton) on Friday 1st & Saturday 2nd July with special guests Wicked Draw, before appearing at the Queenstown Winter Festival as part of ŒJazz Night¹ on Sunday 3rd July (

The band have been busy writing and pre-producing new songs following a hectic touring schedule over the last six months both here and in Australia, including the sell-out Dub Conspiracy showcase tour of Australia over ANZAC weekend with Fat Freddy¹s Drop, Shapeshifter, Concord Dawn, Cornerstone Roots, Kora, Sunshine Soundsystem and others.

Salmonella Dub will return to Australia for further shows in September before embarking on a UK tour in October.


Fri 1 July, Esplanade Tavern, New Brighton, Christchurch Book at Ticketek & venue

Sat 2 July, Esplanade Tavern, New Brighton, Christchurch Book at Ticketek & venue

Sun 3 July, Skyline Gondola & Restaurant, Queenstown Book at Ticket Direct

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