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Kora & Katchafire with Sunshine Sound System

Kora & Katchafire with Sunshine Sound System, Second Show Saturday 26 July on Sale Now

Friday 25 July – Sold Out

Powerstation | Auckland




Winter just got H O T T E R ! Having SOLD OUT their first mid winter team up, those two supernauts of summertime vibes KORA and Katchafire announce a second show at Auckland’s Powerstation in late July.

To get you through the winter gap until summer rolls back again, they team up with the aptly named Sunshine Sound System, to present a kaleidoscopic blend of roots, rock, and reggae for aural pleasure.

While Brazil hosts the World Cup, Glasgow holds the Commonwealth games, the Powerstation will host the Battle of the Winter Groove as these two giants bring the H E A T. Sand not included.

Tickets on sale now from TicketMaster & EventTicketing

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

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