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The Offspring Add Billy Talent & Villainy To Auckland Show!


The Offspring Add Billy Talent & Villainy To Auckland Show!

If you were excited by The Offspring’s first NZ gig in ages then you can double the adrenalin as the band announce’s the full line-up with a bill that’s totally unique to New Zealand!

Canadian punk rockers Billy Talent and NZ up & comers Villainy will join The Offspring at Vector Arena on Wednesday 27 February making it the it the best rock bill of Summer!

Billy Talent who come from Mississauga Ontario are touring on the back of their 5th studio album Dead Silence and are well known in NZ for their tracks Red Flag, Devil In A Midnight Mass, Devil On My Shoulder, Rusted From The Rain and more recently Surprise Surprise and Stand Up & Run.

Villainy who have stormed the rock airwaves with Alligator Skin, The Answer & Gather Yourselves are very much locals on the rise and they round out the night which is shaping up to be a ripper!

So there you have it - it’s loaded, ready and waiting!

Tickets are available from Ticketmaster 0800 111 999
www.ticketmaster.co.nz

An all ages and licensed event

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