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Luke Thompson, Brian Platt at Hallertau, Riverhead

Have we got a show for you! Luke Thompson + Brian Platt at Hallertau, Riverhead, this Saturday

Dear fellow Aucklanders

Have we got a show for you!

This Saturday 16 February marks the beginning of the Midsummer Tour 2008 featuring Luke Thompson and Brian Platt.

This tour brings together good food, fine wines (and brews in particular at Hallertau) and exquisite music, at venues of distinction throughout the country. The tour also celebrates the release of Luke Thompson's debut album Here on the Ground of which Graham Reid says,
"It is a rare debut album by a New Zealand singer-songwriter which arrives as fully formed and mature as that by 24-year old Luke Thompson, whose Here on the Ground announces the arrival of a major Kiwi talent."

Numbers are very limited at Hallertau Brewbar & Restaurant (1171 Coatesville Riverhead Hwy, Riverhead) so I would encourage you to book your tickets and a table immediately. Tickets are $25 and are easily purchased from iTicket. Here's the direct link Good times!


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