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The Presidents of the United States of America - Auckland

Media Release
12th March 2013


The Presidents of the United States of America
Auckland performance @ Studio, K’Rd

Juice TV and Radio Hauraki are excited to present 90's pop rock legends ‘The Presidents of the United States of America,’ live at Studio, K’Rd.

Next Monday 18th March the 90’s guitar pop legends will entertain a New Zealand audience with their classic hit songs hits “Lump”, “Peaches”, “Kitty” and “Dune Buggy” to name just a few.

In 1995 the Seattle based band took their self-titled album 5 x platinum and in the years that followed gained a huge international following. Today the band is still renowned for their super-smart song-writing skills, modified electric guitars and their arsenal of perfect infectious pop.


VENUE: Studio, Auckland
DATE: Monday, 18th March 2013

Tickets available from Ticketek:
http://premier.ticketek.co.nz/shows/show.aspx?sh=PRESIDEN13#.UT0Cslekt4w

Door Opening Time: 7.00pm
Box Office opens: 7.00pm
Support Act One: 7.30pm
Support Act Two: 8.00pm
Main Act: 8.45pm
Approx Finish Time: 10.30pm

General Admission $79.90
VIP Package $129.90

VIP PACKAGE includes:
• Concert ticket
• Signed copy of the official NZ poster
• Meet & greet with the band members
• Photos with you and the band members
• Free advance digital copy of the ‘Presidents’ album Supersonics, including the hits, "Supersonics"...


ENDS

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