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Ekko Park To Support Simple Plan

9 March 2018


EKKO PARK TO SUPPORT SIMPLE PLAN ON THEIR NO PADS, NO HELMETS…JUST BALLS
15th ANNIVERSARY WORLD TOUR NEW ZEALAND SHOW

Auckland rockers Ekko Park will support Canadian pop-punk legends Simple Plan for their Auckland show on Thursday 19th April at the Powerstation.

Ekko Park’s undeniably catchy riffs and well crafted lyrics are the perfect opener to what is sure to be a night of hook-filled Simple Plan sing-a-longs. With an honest, unique and energetic brand of rock ‘n’ roll, Ekko Park has played sold out tours of NZ, headlined a tour of Italy, the UK and Ireland, supported international touring acts, as well as playing several big local festivals including Rhythm & Vines and the iconic Homegrown.

Opening to rave reviews across North America, the No Pads, No Helmets…Just Balls 15th Anniversary Tour is a killer night chock-a-block full of Simple Plan’s pop-punk classics, and New Zealand fans get their one and only chance to hear the album in its entirety! With a slew of awards a mile long and over 10 milion album sales globally, this is going to be a MUST SEE for any Simple Plan fan.

SIMPLE PLAN | 2018 TOUR DATE

Presented by Destroy All Lines & Chugg Entertainment

With EKKO PARK

AUCKLAND
Thursday 19th April – Powerstation (All Ages)
www.powerstation.net.nz


For more information go to:
SimplePlan.com
DestroyAllLines.com
ChuggEntertainment.com

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