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Anti-Nowhere League: Road To Rampton Tour

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Anti-Nowhere League
Road To Rampton Tour
November 2007

Auckland, Wednesday 28 November @ Galatos, 8pm
support by the Bludgers, Real Real Sick, & West Auckland’s Pancreas That.

Christchurch, Thursday 29 November @ the Civic, 8pm
support by the infamous Christchurch punks, The Androidss, The Pukes, & Lunger.

All the way from Tunbridge Wells in the UK to NZ, the nastiest band to come out of the British punk scene returns, hot on the heels of their latest album ROAD TO RAMPTON, for a second time and for two shows only.

These shows promise more Anti-Nowhere League pure punk style and debauchery. Don’t Miss them!

Tickets from Real Groovy Records and Ticketek or 0800 TICKEKEK

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