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Dizzee Rascal: Spetember 25 - Powerstation

5am presents:
Dizzee Rascal

Thursday September 25 - Powerstation

With support from: PNC and other special guests.

Limited to 1000. One NZ show only!

$61.70 (+BF) presales available from Ticketek, Real Groovy and usual outlets.

www.5am.co.nz

Brace yourself and count to ten because Dizzee Rascal, the original Bow badman on the mic, is coming back to finish what he started when he blew the roof off the Supertop at the Big Day Out 2008. Ramming the tent to absolute capacity (and beyond) for the busiest and most rapturously received set of the day, Dizzee showed why he has an unimpeachable rep as a superlative spitter and A-Class entertainer.

Undoubtedly the geezer who is a great deal more than ‘Just A Rascal’, is the most successful MC to ever come out of the UK and one of the few anywhere whose reputation becomes more potent with every performance. Riding high on the success of his third and latest opus Maths + English, which came laced with grimey goodness and ballistic boomshots like ‘Sirens’, ‘Pussy’ole’ and ‘Flex’ the man they call the Raskit is prepped to give Auckland another lesson. Also on the curriculum is some heat-increasing history with tonal tutorials like ‘I Luv U’, ‘Fix Up Look Sharp’, ‘Stand Up Tall’ and ‘Dream’. Expect the Mercury Prize winning mic monster to be dishing out the new school science with the freshly released, misspelt monster ‘Dance Wiv You’ but most of all expect one of the biggest nights of the year.

Woop, woop Dizzee’s on the way!


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