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Lloyd Cole (UK) & Greg Johnson - tickets

Lloyd Cole (UK) & Greg Johnson - tickets

Plus1 proudly presents this awesome double-bill performing eight concerts around NZ. Plus1 subscribers in Auckland can secure tickets today from here - a day before they go on general sale.

From 9am Thursday - concert-goers in Wellington, Christchurch, Nelson, Napier & Tauranga can purchase from this Ticketek link, and Dunedin folk can purchase from this link at TicketDirect
For complete details about the tour, see Plus1.co.nz

Delete Delete: New single 'Between The Lines' is out! Snap up on iTunes here, and check out the video premiering here at the Herald site, and on DD's Facebook. It's the second release for Aucklanders Delete Delete - featuring Lani (Elemeno P), Kurt & Chris (Stellar*).

Five tracks (singles and remixes) are fresh up on their Soundcloud stream.

Sebadoh: Just over two weeks until Sebadoh - featuring Lou Barlow (Dinosaur Jr) - begin their NZ tour. Support bands for all four cities have been announced. Here are the details: http://plus1.co.nz/Plus1/Sebadoh.html

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