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The White Stripes will perform at Big Day Out

Don’t get hysterical – THE WHITE STRIPES are most certainly performing at BIG DAY OUT next Friday 20 January at Ericsson Stadium

As stated on their website last week:

“The White Stripes are unfortunately postponing their upcoming Japanese tour dates because Jack White is suffering from an acute vocal chord problem.

As part of his treatment, the doctors have instructed Jack not to speak or sing for the next 2 weeks.

We sincerely apologise to our Japanese fans and friends and hope to reschedule dates as soon as we can.

For our friends in New Zealand and Australia, the band looks forward to seeing you at the Big Day Out.”

The complete line up for the Auckland Big Day Out is:

The White Stripes, Iggy and the Stooges, Franz Ferdinand, Mudvayne, Shihad, Common, 2ManyDJs, Soulwax, Kings Of Leon, The Mars Volta, Wolfmother, The Go! Team, Fat Freddy’s Drop, Breaks Co-op, Blindspott, Elemeno P, Pluto, Shapeshifter, Savage and Deceptikonz, P-Money, DJ Sir-Vere, Frontline, Sleater Kinney, The Greenhornes, The Magic Numbers, The Bleeders, Concord Dawn, Baitercell and Schumaker, DJ James Murphy, End of Fashion, Che Fu and the Krates, Jean Grae, The Subways, Edan, The Brunettes, The Living End, Gerling, Kid Kenobi and MC Shureshock, The Bats, Kitsch, The Sneaks, Sola Rosa, Rhombus, Steriogram, Gramsci, Deja Voodoo, Die! Die! Die!, City Newton Bombers, Dick “Magik” Johnson, Gestalt Switch, Cobra Khan, Autozamm, The Fast Crew, Dei Hamo, Raygunn, The Electric Confectionaires, Anaham, Tyree and Juse

Big Day Out 2006
January 20th Ericsson Stadium
For full show information and the BIG DAY OUT check out the website


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