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Special guests announced for David Dallas' Bodega Show

One Orientation Wellington are pleased to announce that Spycc and The Drax Project will be supporting David Dallas & The Daylight Robbery at Wellington’s Bar Bodega on Saturday 8 March as part of Wellington’s 2014 student Orientation events.

All Student and Early Bird pre-sale tickets have now sold out, however a limited number of final release tickets will be made available via dashtickets.co.nz (and selected Dash outlets) from midday tomorrow, Tuesday 25th February.

Fresh from supporting a 55,000-strong crowd at Eminem’s Rapture show in Auckland recently, 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.

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