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Live Nation Presents Cut Copy

Live Nation Presents Cut Copy

WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 15, 2017 – Grammy nominated Australian electro-pop outfit CUT COPY have announced a New Zealand show as part of their massive world tour, coming to Auckland’s The Studio onJanuary 24.

The band make their way to our shores in support of their fifth studio album, Haiku From Zero, that quickly made its way to #1 on both the Australian and US iTunes charts after its release in September.

Tickets go on sale at 2pm Monday, November 20.
My Live Nation members can secure tickets first during the exclusive pre-sale beginning at 2pm thisFriday, November 17. For complete tour and ticketing information, visit: livenation.co.nz.

With every track on the album recorded as a full-band affair with a view to playing live, the latest offering from the prolific band has been noted by Pitchfork as “polished synth-pop”, lending itself perfectly to their fluid up-beat live shows.

A truly global act, CUT COPY have made their way across the world over the last decade, having played over a thousand headlining tour dates, and have an ever-increasing number of festival appearances under their belt including slots at Coachella, Lollapalooza, Primavera Sound, Pitchfork, Splendour In The Grass, and Summer Sonic.

Drawing from their back catalogue that has earned them two ARIA awards and two Grammy nominations, don’t miss your chance to catch CUT COPY live in the flesh this summer.

THE STUDIO, AUCKLAND
WEDNESDAY JANUARY 24

TICKETS ON SALE 2PM MONDAY NOVEMBER 20
My Live Nation pre-sale: 2PM Friday November 17

For complete tour and ticket information, visit:
www.cutcopy.net & www.livenation.co.nz
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