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Incubus to tour

MONDAY OCTOBER 23, 2017- In 2018 INCUBUS will return to New Zealand for the first time in six years to play two shows in Auckland and Christchurch. These shows will be the first chance for fans to hear new tracks like ‘Nimble Bastard’ and ‘Glitterbomb’ from their aptly titled eighth studio album, 8. As well as a plethora of hits from their expansive back catalogue spanning the past 20 years.

Tickets go on sale at 2pm this Friday, October 27.

Spark Thanks is bringing an exciting pre-sale just for Spark customers from 12pm Wednesday, October 25 until 12pm Friday, October 27.

For complete tour and ticketing details, visit: livenation.co.nz.

Since 1991, the iconic multiplatinum Los Angeles rock band have sold in excess of 23 million albums worldwide thanks to their uncanny knack of writing instant radio hits, landing four Top 5 debuts on the Billboard Top 200 and one #1 album.

A spontaneous approach to their set lists, high-octane performances, and a consistently great live show has allowed these sonic chameleons to continuously genre hop, leading them to share stages with everyone from Linkin Park, and OutKast, to Moby, Jane’s Addiction, Queens of the Stone Age and let’s not forget this past August when longtime fan, Solange Knowles joined them on stage in New Orleans to sing ‘Aqueous Transmission'!

Building a diverse fan base around the globe who are drawn to the unpredictable, powerhouse experience of their live show.

“Incubus were easily one of the highlights of the weekend, with Brandon Boyd being one hypnotic motherf*cker.” Monster Children

SPARK ARENA, AUCKLAND SUNDAY MARCH 4
HORNCASTLE ARENA, CHRISTCHURCH WEDNESDAY MARCH 7


TICKETS ON SALE 2PM FRIDAY OCTOBER 27

Spark Thanks pre-sale: 12pm October 25 until 12pm October 27

For complete tour and ticket information, visit: www.incubushq.com & www.livenation.co.nz

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