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The Midsummer Tour 2008, featuring Luke Thompson

"The Midsummer Tour 2008, featuring Luke Thompson & Brian Platt, is returning to Auckland by popular demand! Wednesday 12 March. Tabac - 6 Mills Lane, Auckland City"

Luke Thompson and Brian Platt's Midsummer Tour 2008 brings together great food, fine wine and exquisite music at venues of distinction throughout the country. The Midsummer Tour also celebrates the much-anticipated release of Luke Thompson’s acclaimed debut album Here on the Ground. In the words of pre-eminent music reviewer Graham Reid:
“Here on the Ground announces the arrival of a major Kiwi talent”. Also performing is Brian Platt who brings his own special blend of hangover melodies and endearing on-stage banter. Both Here on the Ground and Brian’s album Eleven Steps will be available at the concerts. The Midsummer Tour 2008 is an event not to be missed … you and your friends are warmly invited to share in this truly Kiwi experience. For more information, visit www.midsummertour.co.nz

Event: Midsummer Tour 2008 Artists: Luke Thompson & Brian Platt Note: Returning to Auckland by popular demand ... extra show added to Midsummer Tour 2008 Date: Wednesday 12 March Venue: Tabac - 6 Mills Lane, Auckland City Doors: 8:00pm Door Charge: $5.00 Web: www.midsummertour.co.nz

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