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BROODS - The Evergreen Tour, live in Australia 2014

For immediate release: 11.00 AM - SYDNEY - (GMT+10)

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BROODS - The Evergreen Tour, live in Australia 2014

One of the most celebrated young bands to emerge out of New Zealand’s thriving contemporary musical landscape, brother and sister duo Broods are coming to Australia this November.

Off the back of countless sold out national and international tour dates and a stellar set at this year’s Splendour in the Grass, the über-talented siblings Caleb and Georgia Nott will bring their ARIA top 5 debut album ‘Evergreen’ to Australia for a set of national headline shows.

Tickets for all shows go on sale at midday Thursday, September 11.

My Live Nation members can be amongst the first to secure tickets during the pre-sale beginning at 11am on Friday, September 5.

Joining Broods on their national headline tour will be special guests Mansionair, the indie-electric, early-twenty-something trio from Sydney.

Don’t miss two of music’s most significant, new talents together in one bill.

The tour dates are:

The Metro, Sydney - Saturday November 22
The Forum, Melbourne - Wednesday November 26
The Hi Fi, Brisbane - Thursday November 27
The Capitol, Perth - Friday November 28

TICKETS ON SALE MIDDAY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 11

My Live Nation pre-sale & Ticket Agent pre-sale:
11am Friday September 5 until 5pm Wednesday September 10

All ticket info & tour details here: http://lvna.co/BroodsTour

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