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Steinlager Pure Sessions Presents Barnaby Weir & Friends

Five Free Shows Across New Zealand This April
Friday April 6 – Foxglove, Wellington w/ Julia Deans (solo)

Sunday April 8 – Ostro, Auckland w/ Julia Deans (solo)

Thursday April 12 – Carlton, Christchurch

Friday April 13 – Vault 21, Dunedin

Saturday April 14 – Yonder, Queenstown

Steinlager Pure are excited to announce the Steinlager Pure Sessions – five FREE shows across New Zealand this April, featuring Barnaby Weir & Friends.

Performing alongside some of the country’s finest musicians and his bandmates from The Black Seeds and Fly My Pretties, Barnaby Weir & Friends will be performing songs from their vast back catalogues of classics.

Fresh off a summer performing across the country supporting The Black Seeds’ sixth album Fabric, these shows will give audiences a chance to see Barnaby Weir performing in an intimate setting with an incredibly talented band featuring –

Jarney Murphy (drums), Matthew Benton (saxophone), Mike Fabulous (bass), Nigel Patterson (keys), & of course Barnaby Weir (guitar/vocals)

The group will perform five FREE shows across New Zealand this April. They will be supported by a solo set from Julia Deans in Wellington and Auckland, who will be performing tracks from her incredible back catalogue, plus giving an exclusive preview of her highly anticipated new album, which is set for release this May.

These shows are free entry and limited capacity, so first come first served! Presented by Steinlager Pure.

Full tour info at http://steinlager.com/puresessions

Steinlager Pure Sessions Presents Barnaby Weir & Friends
Five Free Shows Across New Zealand This April

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