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Steriogram: This is Not the Target Market Tour

Steriogram
This is Not the Target Market Tour

After months in the studio, Steriogram will be rocking throughout New Zealand to celebrate the release of their latest album,
This is Not The Target Market.

Steriogram will be accompanied by fellow rockers Deja Voodoo and the hot new band, Shaky Hands. “We want to start touring and don’t want to stop” says Steriogram’s Jake Adams.

Catch Steriogram on their album release tour before they head overseas to tour their 100% New Zealand made self-released album.
Steriogram will release their highly anticipated second album, This Is Not The Target Market,
in New Zealand on 16 October 2006.

Check out Steriogram’s new single ‘Just Like You’ out now!
www.myspace.com/steriogram

TOUR DATES:
Fri 20 Oct The Studio, Auckland (All Ages/R18 show) Tickets from Real Groovy
Sat 21 Oct Brewers Bar, Mt Maunganui (R18) Tickets from venue/Sounds
Sun 22 Oct Boiler Room, Whakatane (R18) Tickets from venue/1XX
Thurs 26 Oct Basement Bar, New Plymouth (R18) Tickets from venue/Sounds
Fri 27 Oct Colosseum, Palmerston North (R18) Tickets from venue/Sounds
Sat 28 Oct Sideline Bar, Napier (R18) Tickets from venue/Movement
Sun 29 Oct Meteor, Hamilton (All Ages show) Tickets from Tracs
Thurs 2 Nov The Grumpy Mole, Rotorua (R18) Tickets from venue/Sounds
Fri 3 Nov Finn MacCahuls, Taupo (R18) Tickets from venue/Sounds
Sat 4 Nov Sub Nine, Wellington (All Ages Early/R18 Later) Tickets from Real Groovy
Tues 7 Nov Tillermans, Invercargill (All Ages Early/R18 Later) Tickets from venue/Play it Again
Wed 8 Nov The Outback, Dunedin (R18) Tickets from venue/Real Groovy
Thurs 9 Nov Sopheze Caroline Bay, Timaru (All Ages Early/R18 Later) Tickets from Ticketek
Fri 10 Nov The Civic, Christchurch (All Ages Early/R18 Later) Tickets from venue/Real Groovy
Sat 11 Nov Riwaka Hotel, Nelson/Motueka (R18) Tickets from venue/Everyman Records
Sun 12 Nov Copper Bock, Blenheim (R18) Tickets from venue
Fri 17 Nov Stampede, Papakura (R18) Tickets from venue
Sat 18 Nov Brownsy, Browns Bay (R18) Tickets from venue
Sun 19 Nov Waiheke Island, Harbour Masters (R18) Tickets from venue

Tickets also on sale for Ticketek www.ticketek.co.nz and www.trademe.co.nz

ENDS

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