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David Dallas & The Daylight Robbery Live At Bodega

For Immediate Release – Wednesday 19 February 2014

One Orientation 2014 Presents…

David Dallas & The Daylight Robbery Live At Bodega With Special Guests

One Orientation Wellington (VUWSA, MAWSA) is proud to present David Dallas & The Daylight Robbery - live with Special Guests at Wellington’s Bar Bodega on Saturday 8 March as part of Wellington’s student Orientation events.

Fresh from supporting a 55,000-strong crowd at Eminem’s Rapture show in Auckland last week, David Dallas is one live act not to be missed right now. Arguably the biggest innovator in hip hop New Zealand has seen in two decades, David’s critically acclaimed album ‘Falling Into Place’ has already seen singles ‘Running’ hit platinum status, and ‘The Wire’ not far behind selling gold.

This will be the last chance for Wellingtonian’s to catch him live before he embarks on a European tour later this year.

DAVID DALLAS & THE DAYLIGHT ROBBERY
WITH SPECIAL GUESTS

SATURDAY 8 MARCH, BAR BODEGA, WELLINGTON

$30 Pre-Sale Tickets (and limited $25 Student Tickets) are available now from www.dashtickets.co.nz

ENDS

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