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Corona Sunsets Presents Summer Thieves Free NZ Tour


After opening proceedings at a number of the Corona Sunsets Presents L.A.B. shows over this past summer, the Winter iteration will see Summer Thieves step up as the main event for a seven show free tour of NZ.

2017 saw Summer Thieves release their debut album Warped, which the band describe as having its “roots in reggae and dub, with traces of rap, rock and other world influences”.

The band followed up the release with capacity shows across the country, plus appearances at Bay Dreams 2018, and playing alongside L.A.B. on the Corona Sunsets Presents Summer Tour. To date, the band have shared the stage with a number of local and international heavy hitters, including Sticky Fingers, Six60, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Katchafire, and many more.

Currently gearing up to release their first new music in over a year, we’re exciting to have Summer Thieves leading the Corona Sunsets Presents Winter Tour across New Zealand for a series of free and epic shows. These shows are free entry and limited capacity, so first come first served. Presented by Corona.

Full tour info at http://corona.co.nz/sunsets

Friday 31 August – La Zeppa, Auckland
Saturday 1 September – The Powderhorn Chateau, Ohakune
Wednesday 5 September – Fat Eddie’s, Christchurch
Thursday 6 September – Vault 21, Dunedin
Friday 7 September – Yonder, Queenstown
Saturday 8 September – Post Office Lane, Wanaka
Saturday 22 September – Jack Hackett’s, Wellington


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