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Last National Tour For Shapeshifter For A Year

Last National Tour For Shapeshifter For A Year.

Catch Shapeshifter on their final New Zealand tour FOR A WHOLE YEAR.

Shapeshifter are treating their New Zealand audience to one last national tour before recording their next album and touring throughout Europe.

Shapeshifter’s reputation for being one of the hottest live acts in Aotearoa has led to multiple sell-out national tours. With this New Zealand tour being supported by artists such as Kora, Solaa, Open Souls and Ladi6 this tour promises to be phenomenal.

Shapeshifter will be performing their popular tracks from their Riddim Wise LP gold-status album. Devin Abrams from Shapeshifter says “We will be previewing some of our new songs on this tour to show our fans what to expect from our next album. We are then heading over to Europe for the first time, which we are all really excited about.”

The next Shapeshifter album is due out for release mid 2006.

Shapeshifter. On tour in September. Be there.

September Tour Dates:

Wednesday 7th and Thursday 8th September
Subculture, QUEENSTOWN
w/ Reno, Dexta, Dreadford and Bora
$25 Presales from Play It Again and Subculture

Friday September 9th
w/ Kora, Woosh and MC Buddha B(sbk) and DJs Partido and Reno
$30 Presales from Real Groovy and Galaxy Records

Saturday, September 10th
w/ Solaa, Rufio and Tristan and DJs Partido and Reno
$30 Presales from Real Groovy and Galaxy Records

Thursday, September 15th
Stampede, papakura, AUCKLAND
w/ Open Souls and Isaac Aesili
$25 presales from Ticketek and Stampede

Friday September 16th
w/ Kora, Stinky Jim and Nick D
$30 Presales from Real Groovy

Saturday 17th September
w/ Ladi 6, Silverbeats, and DJs Ddog and Sal
$30 Presales from Real Groovy and DMC

Sunday 18th September
w/ Ladi 6, Kava and Duncan $30 Presales from Real Groovy and DMC


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