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Extra concerts for Greg Johnson & Mel Parsons tour

Extra concerts for Greg Johnson & Mel Parsons tour

Greg Johnson & Mel Parsons have added two more concerts to meet demand for their NZ tour next month. Howick and a second Devonport show are additions to the 13-date itinerary. Don't miss two of our finest songwriters together when they hit a town near you.
Their four Auckland dates & tickets are HERE
Their nine other NZ shows are HERE


80s SMASH HITS: Catch Pseudo Echo & The Human League in Auckland on 6 Dec (info HERE ), plus Pseudo Echo team up with The Narcs in Wellington, Tauranga and New Plymouth, Dec 7-9 - info HERE
PUNK IT UP: Fans of 'gleefully trashy rockabilly-flavoured garage punk' should catch the mighty Supersuckers - touring NZ courtesy of our friends at Wotever Events. InfoHERE


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