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Angus & Julia Stone to headline ‘Harvest Moon’ at the Bowl

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Angus & Julia Stone to headline ‘Harvest Moon’ at the Bowl

Australian folk rock/indie sensations Angus and Julia Stone are jetting their way to New Plymouth this March to headline a concert series at NPDC’s iconic TSB Bowl of Brooklands.

The Harvest Moon concert series features a fashionably eclectic line up including Australian artist Jack River and local treasure Bic Runga.

The event will be a perfect wind down to the ‘Summer at the Bowl’ season, serving up a relaxed ‘Sunday-arvo’ atmosphere in the picturesque venue, New Plymouth District Mayor Neil Holdom says.

“I can’t think of a better way to spend the last of the summer sun than kicking back at the Bowl, located in our award winning Pukekura Park in central New Plymouth, with friends listening to this line up! Building a Lifestyle Capital means we need gigs that cater for a younger audience and this rock/indie sensation is just that but also one not to be missed by all ages,” says Mayor Holdom.

Angus and Julia Stone are major emerging names in the Australian music scene and released their fourth studio album ‘Snow’ last year which features the lead single of the same name and the follow-up track ‘Chateau’. The duo then followed that up with a hugely successful sold-out tour of Australia.

Taking place on Sunday 31 March at the TSB Bowl of Brooklands, Harvest Moon adds to the Bowl’s stellar international line up this summer including A Summer’s Day Live featuring TOTO, Jefferson Starship and Dragon on 11 January, The Hollies on 1 March and WOMAD between 15-17 March.

Presented by Endeavour Live, the tour starts on March 29 in Nelson, then Church Road Winery in Napier on March 30 before coming to New Plymouth’s TSB Bowl of Brooklands on March 31.

A strictly limited number of discounted early bird tickets are available from 12pm, Friday 14 December until 9am, Monday 17 December (unless allocation sold out prior) and is available for those signed up to the New Plymouth Event Venues database. Anyone who hasn’t yet signed up can do so at npeventvenues.nz before midday Friday.

General public ticket sales begin at 9am on Monday 17 December. Tickets can be purchased at the TSB Showplace box office, over the phone on 0800 TICKETEK, or online at www.ticketek.co.nz.

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