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Elemeno P National Tour


Elemeno P National Tour


With special guests GOODNIGHT NURSE

It is with great regret that Elemeno P and Goodnight Nurse have to cancel the Timaru all ages gig on Wed June 28th.

Unfortunately the bar was not granted the license to provide a temporary non license venue for an all age’s audience.

Both bands apologise to their under 18 fans in Timaru and all tickets will be refunded.

The nationwide tour kicks off tomorrow with an all ages show in Invercargill and then sees both bands battling the snow to make it up through the South Island.

So beat those winter blues, get out of the house and have a great rock n roll evening with Elemeno P and Goodnight Nurse!!

Thursday June 22nd Invercargill The Army Drill Hall (All Ages)
Friday June 23rd Queenstown Revolver Bar
Saturday June 24th Queenstown Revolver Bar

Tuesday June 27th Oamaru Penguin Club
2 Shows 5.30pm all ages & 8pm R18

Wednesday June 28th Timaru Bar Xcel

Thursday June 29th Methven Blue Pub

Friday June 30th Christchurch The Civic
2 Shows 5.30pm all ages & 8pm R18

Saturday July 1st Motueka/Nelson The Riwaka Hotel
Sunday July 2nd Blenheim The Copper Bock

Wednesday 5th July Eltham Eltham Town Hall
2 shows 5.30pm all ages & 8pm R18

Thursday 6th July Palmerston North Colosseum
Friday 7th July Wellington Indigo Bar
Saturday 8th July Napier Sideline Bar

Thursday 13th July Hamilton Altitude
Friday 14th July Glenfield Glenfield Tavern
Saturday 15th July Auckland The Studio (All Ages and R18)

Tickets available from Ticketek, Venues & Selected Outlets

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