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Tour Announcement: Faithless (DJSet)

Minivan Touring - August 2018

Faithless are a phenomenon, and a cornerstone of the electronic music scene. For over twenty years, they have given the world some of its most euphoric moments, soundtracking the high points of a whole movement. We’re so excited to welcome Sister Bliss, the musical force behind Faithless, to take us on another unforgettable journey this December.

Faithless formed in 1995 around the nucleus of Sister Bliss, Rollo Armstrong, and Maxi Jazz. Their landmark albums, including Reverence and Sunday 8PM, gave the world such iconic tunes as Salva Mea, We Come 1, and God Is A DJ. And their performances are always stunning, whether on stage, or behind the decks with Sister Bliss. For this show, expect a seamless set that pushes the excitement of the 90s rave scene into new and unexpected directions. This will be one to remember. Reach for the lasers. Safe as fuck.

Tour Details:
w/ support from Mikey Havoc
Thursday 6th December 2018, San Fran Bath House, Wellington
w/ support from Mikey Havoc
Friday 7th December 2018, The Studio, Auckland
Tickets for both shows go on sale 9am Friday 10th August 2018 from here.
To download high res artist images, artwork & press release please click HERE:

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