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Sellout show for ScHoolboy Q - bigger venue for Auckland

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Tuesday, 1st April 2014

Sellout show for ScHoolboy Q announces bigger venue for Auckland

Fresh, charismatic rapper ScHoolboy Q of Top Dawg Entertainment sold out The Studio in Auckland within hours after the tickets went on sale last Friday. After much anticipation from local fans, Robin Fernando and Niche have announced a venue upgrade to accommodate those who missed out on the tickets.

The German-born hip-hop star released his debut Top Dawg Entertainment / Interscope Records album Oxymoron to world-wide critical acclaim, coming in at number 1 on the Billboard 200 chart. The energetic rapper is playing shows around New Zealand and Australia, and will be joined by TDE’s newest signee, Isaiah Rashad.

With huge hype building for this standout act, don’t miss out on your final chance to pick up tickets for his Auckland show.

ScHoolboy Q will now play on Friday, 13th June at the Logan Campbell Centre. All tickets purchased will be transferred over to the new venue. Tickets are still available for his Wellington show on Saturday, 14th June at James Cabaret.

Tickets are on sale this Thursday, 3rd April via Dash Tickets. Ticket prices will be between $65.00 – 85.00 + BF. This will be an all ages show, with a segregated R15 area.

Oxymoron can be purchased via iTunes.

Friday 13th June – Logan Campbell Centre – Auckland

Tickets: www.dashtickets.co.nz

Saturday 14th June – James Cabaret – Wellington

Tickets: www.dashtickets.co.nz

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