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Broods announce new date for Christchurch show

New date: Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Kiwi act Broods have postponed their Christchurch show.

“Christchurch, we are still in shock and heartbroken from the tragic events of last week. We want to show love and respect to all those affected by the tragedy so after careful consideration, we will be postponing our show. We are sending our love and thoughts to you all”.

The LA-based, Nelson-born duo (AKA Georgia and Caleb Nott) were set to play an all-ages show at the Christchurch Town Hall on Friday, March 22, as part of theirDON’T FEED THE POP MONSTER tour. They will now play at the same venue on Tuesday, May 14.

Tickets for the postponed show remain valid and there will be refunds for those who can’t make the new date.

As part of their New Zealand tour, Broods are also playing an all-ages show in Auckland at the Town Hall on Thursday, May 16. Please note: this is the new date (postponed from the previously announced date of Sunday, March 24).

Tickets for the new Auckland date also remain valid, with refunds for those who can’t make it.

Tickets for Christchurch from: www.ticketek.co.nz
Tickets for Auckland from: www.ticketmaster.co.nz
And: www.broodsmusic.com


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