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Soljah & King Kapisi Announce Clash of the Titans Tour

Soljah & King Kapisi Announce Clash of the Titans Tour

The Music Agency & Mai Fm is proud to present the Clash of the Titans Tour, featuring Soljah and King Kapisi.

Soljah is made up of four heavy weight musicians who are creating waves across Aotearoa with their mesmerising live performances and ground stomping sound. Heavy distorted riffs with rhythms that knock you off your feet. Bouncy drum and bass to put you back on your feet, and tight vocal harmonies that drip with catchy melodies.

This tour follows the release of their highly anticipated album ‘AOTEAROA’ which included the singles ‘Aotearoa’, ‘Summer Time’ & ‘Message’. ‘AOTEAROA’ was nominated for best roots album at the 2013 NZ Music awards and everyone gets a free copy of the album on entry to the show!

Soljah commented on the tour "Kia ora whanau we are geared up and ready to hit your town again with some new jams including our new single ‘I Know’ we’re touring with the one and only King Kapisi - come and get your stomp on and tautoko Aotearoa music see youz there chuur!"

Award winning Hip Hop artist King Kapisi has been representing Aotearoa around the world for the past 17 years, including performances alongside international stars Janet Jackson, Moby, Black Eyed Peas, Beastie Boys, Michael Franti & Spearhead and Red Hot Chili-Peppers. He is fresh off his summer circuit which included kicking off 2014 in the Cook Islands, then performing at NZ summer festival main holds Raggamuffin, Splore, East Coast Vibes and Homegrown. Kapisi has just released ‘Down with the King’, his seventh single and video release off the forthcoming album, ‘HIP-HOP LIVES HERE’.

King Kapisi said this is what he does "After a solid two months of festival appearances and finalising recordings in the studio for my brand new album ‘HIP-HOP LIVES HERE’ I’m looking forward to rocking a tour with such an exciting and incredible band as Soljah....this is what I do...and I do it well... #Tourlife bring it on! #KK”

The Clash of the Titans Tour will storm the following towns:
• Friday 28th March –Tiki Punga Tavern, Whangarei
• Saturday 29th March - Bell Bird Arms, Manurewa
• Friday 4th April - Brewers Bar, Mount Maunganui
• Saturday 5th April - The Woolshed Tavern, Reporoa
• Saturday 19th April - Admirals Arms, Coromandel
• Friday 25th April – Dux Live, Christchurch
• Friday 2nd May - Level One, Hastings
• Saturday 3rd May – Fitzroy Tavern, Wainuiomata

Pre-Sale tickets are $25 and available now from EventFinder. Door sales are $30.
For further information on the Clash of the Titans Tour visit: www.eventfinder.co.nz

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