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Bliss n Eso’s ‘Off The Grid’ Tour Adds 2nd Queenstown Show


With just under two weeks to go until Bliss n Eso’s ‘Off The Grid’ headline tour of New Zealand, the boys have sold out their Christchurch and Queenstown dates with a second and final Queenstown date just added to meet demand! Tickets for all shows including the new Queenstown date are on sale now. Fans are encouraged to get in quick for remaining tickets as they won’t last long!

Joining Bliss n Eso in Auckland will be Died in ’69. DIED in '69 is an Auckland based artist collective made up of members Mac Mylo, Too’OnPoint & EmEeZee. Resulting from the extended hangover of too many Black Club parties; this bunch of friends share a love for hip hop, free spirited adventure and a reckless rock-n-roll ethos.

Opening proceedings in Wellington is ABRZY Rahman. Born in Bangladesh, ABRZY cut his teeth over lunchtime freestyles and soon graduated to the recording studio. He has released two mixtapes, and will be coming in hot.

In Christchurch, Lyttleton favourites The Settlers will bring their unique blend of local hiphop to the stage. A Crew with a symbolic subjective and thought provoking blend of rhymes and beats will be sure to be a favourite with locals.

Stubacca will get the party started in Queenstown. A seasoned DJ originally from the UK, Stubacca is no stranger to bringing the good times to Queenstown and will be sure to get the crowd dancing!

And finally on the last night of their New Zealand tour, and the second Queenstown date, will be DJ Doolittle. Her eclectic range of styles and sweet party blends mean that she can get any crowd jumping.

Currently on a mammoth 30 date tour of Australia Bliss n Eso are no strangers to success. They currently hold the record over the ditch for the largest local hip hop tour ever, with over 55,000 fans in attendance. Adding to this, they have three certified platinum albums in their homeland, and have won APRA and ARIA awards for their efforts.

With their new album ‘Off The Grid’ peaking at #1 on the NZ Heatseekers Chart, their live show promises to showcase tracks from both this album, and some favourites from their back catalogue. Don’t miss the chance to see Australian hip hop royalty on their first ever headline tour of New Zealand!

It’s officially Bliss n Eso season!

Bliss n Eso - Moments feat. Gavin James (Official Video Clip)
WATCH: Bliss n Eso - Moments (feat. Gavin James)
July 2017
Presented by Frontier Touring & Illusive Presents

Final tickets on sale now!

Thu 27 Jul | Neck of the Woods, Auckland (18+) | Ph: 0800 111 999

Fri 28 Jul | Meow, Wellington (18+)| Ph: 0800 111 999

Sat 29 Jul | Winnie Bagoes, Christchurch (18+)

Sun 30 Jul | The World Bar, Queenstown (18+)

Mon 31 Jul | The World Bar, Queenstown (18+)
NEW SHOW-ON SALE NOW | Ph: 0800 111 999


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