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The Naked and Famous Announce Second Auckland Show

The Naked and Famous Announce Second Auckland Show

Saturday 17 May – The Powerstation Auckland

The Naked And Famous have sold-out their homecoming show in Auckland and announce a second night at the Powerstation, on Saturday 17th May.

The group made their mainstage debut at California’s legendary Coachella festival, playing to a massive crowd on late Sunday afternoon.

Yahoo Music was amongst the early reviews in for the show, saying The Naked And Famous “charmed the audience with their anthemic electro-rock”.

The Naked And Famous were also featured in Vanity Fair’s coverage of the celebrity packed backstage: http://vnty.fr/1iWv4a8

Fans around the world viewed Coachella’s live stream to great response and Alisa Xayalith paused the crowd at one moment to capture an Instagram shot of the memorable show.

TNAF return to Coachella next weekend before returning downunder to headline Australia’s Groovin The Moo festival later this month.

Be sure not to miss the second night of the band’s return to New Zealand shores.

Presale tickets on sale Thursday 17th April from www.ticketmaster.co.nz
Sign up for presale tickets at www.powerstation.net.nz

General tickets on sale Friday 18th April at 9am.

For all show & ticketing info go to www.powerstation.net.nz

www.thenakedandfamous.com

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