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LISTEN IN AUCKLAND 2019: LINE-UP ANNOUNCEMENT

Listen In Auckland line-up is here!
Tickets on sale Midday 23rd May from fuzzy.com.au
LISTEN IN AUCKLAND 2019 LINEUP
FLUME
DIPLO
SCHOOLBOY Q
6LACK
SLOWTHAI

LISTEN IN AUCKLAND 2019:

Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland | Friday 4th October 2019
RSVP

Listen In is a concentrated version of Listen Out, which has sold out in Australia since 2016. Listen In will bring a hand-picked selection of the Listen Out tour to beautiful Auckland.


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