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Tash Sultana Announces Supports for July NZ Headline Tour

Tash Sultana has chosen support acts for her four headline shows in New Zealand next week, three of which are long sold out.

A unique force in contemporary music, the multi-instrumentalist solo performer has gone from busking on the streets of Melbourne to the impending release of her debut full length album Flow State on August 31and continues to play bigger and bigger shows around the world.

Her NZ tour kicks off next week on Tuesday 24th July with a sold out show at the Auckland Town Hall supported by local singer-songwriter Harry Parsons.
Rising electronic pop artist Josie Moon joins Tash at her sold out Wellington Opera House on Wednesday 25th July.

Laura Lee Lovely brings her magnetic aura to the Christchurch show at the Horncastle Arena on Friday 27th July and tickets are still available for this show.

Tash’s New Zealand tour wraps up in a sold out Dunedin Town Hall on Saturday 28 July accompanied by alt-pop duo Jaggers x Lines.

CRS Presents Tash Sultana NZ Headline Tour
July 24 - Auckland Town Hall – SOLD OUT
Support Harry Parsons
July 25 – Wellington Opera House – SOLD OUT
Support Josie Moon
July 27 – Christchurch Horncastle Arena – limited tickets left from Ticketek
Support Laura Lee
July 28 – Dunedin Town Hall - SOLD OUT
Support Jaggers x Lines

www.tashsultana.com

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