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Giants set to rock Auckland reserve

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14 January 2013

Giants set to rock Auckland reserve

International rockers I Am Giant are set to deliver a hard-hitting live explosion of sound and melody this Saturday at their only free gig in New Zealand for the Music in Parks series.

The Three Kings Reserve concert also offers a stellar line-up of local support acts including Fire at Will, Ekko Park and 71 Sunset.

Who: I am Giant, Fire at Will, Ekko Park, 71 Sunset
When: Sat 19 January
Time: 2.00pm - 6.00pm
Where: Three Kings Reserve , Three Kings

I Am Giant is fresh off the back of touring with Shihad and King Cannons for the Heavyweights of Rock Summer tour. This follows a massive European tour for their latest album The Horrifying Truth.

Now based in London, I Am Giant features well-known kiwi musicians Shelton Woolright (formerly of Blindspott) and Paul Matthews (from Stylus and Tadpole).
Auckland Council’s Music in Parks 2013 programme features over 40 performances from January 2 – March 24, 2013.


Visit for the full schedule and artist information.

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