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Big European DJ/Producers first New Zealand appearance

Big European DJ/Producers first New Zealand appearance.

Press Release: Lead Events

Since Oxygen’s inception in 2005 there has always been one act that remained elusive. One act that has always held a coveted spot at the very top of many fans wish-lists to see in New Zealand.

With a seemingly endless catalogue of successful productions and high-profile remixes to their name, Miika and Janne’s chart-topping success and energetic live performances have made them that must-see act.

Fresh from their recent ‘ARC’ tour of the USA alongside fellow producers Tritonal and before their Future Music Festival tour of Australia, please join the Lead Events team in extending a very warm welcome to Finnish superstars, SUPER8 & TAB, as they make their first-ever appearance in New Zealand, Friday 01st March.

Forming a creative partnership in 2005, with each having already enjoyed success as a solo producer, Super8 & Tab were set to take the EDM world by storm. Over the next seven years, this Scandinavian super-duo would become responsible for some of the biggest tunes to hit dance floors worldwide, including the timeless Helsinki Scorchin’, big-room vocal number Mercy, recent hit Black is Back and the all-time classic remix of Luminary’s ‘Amsterdam’.

The pair are Anjunabeat’s most successful and sought-after artists behind Above & Beyond, and have mixed the best-selling albums Anjunabeats Worldwide Vol. 1 and Anjunabeats Worldwide Vol. 2.

Their debut artist album, Empire, was released to critical acclaim in 2010 from both fans and DJs alike. It has conquered download charts and was so well received that a follow-up album, Empire: Remixed, was released in 2011, featuring remixes from Gareth Emery, Lange, Mat Zo and Kyau & Albert.

“It’s a rare and wonderful thing to be blown away by an album on first listen. And that’s exactly what Super8 & Tab’s debut artist album does.” – Mixmag Magazine.
For many New Zealand fans this will be a long-awaited and very rare opportunity to finally see this dynamic duo live with the high level of production Oxygen is renowned for.
Oxygen V.I.P Pre Party

Join Lead Events and team at the V.I.P Party at Snap Dragon as the sun goes down harbour side with Super8 & Tab.

- Your invite to an exclusive Oxygen V.I.P Party at Snap Dragon with Super8 & Tab and the Lead Events team.
- Food and Photo opportunities with Super8 & Tab.
- DJs Adil and Nisbert Manyuchi
- Transport from Snap Dragon to 4:20 Venue in the V.I.P Party Bus.
- Your ticket and V.I.P lanyard to the event.

This Exclusive pre-event affair with Super8 & Tab is strictly limited to only 50 V.I.P Tickets. Seriously… Don't miss out!

Tickets on sale now

iTicket: http://bit.ly/sandtiticket
Eventfinda: http://bit.ly/sandtfinda
1-Night: http://bit.ly/sandtnight
Oxygen feat Super8 & Tab (Finland) at 4:20 Club, 373 K’RD Auckland New Zealand.
Doors open at 10pm. Strictly an R18 event.
For more information visit www.leadevents.co.nz.

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