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Shihad sell out

The loverly boys from Shihad take to the stage on Friday night at the Wellington Town Hall

If you are looking foward to seeing Shihad, Weta and Fur Patrol on Friday night but haven’t bought your ticket then you are out of luck. The tickets for the Town Hall concert have sold out and there are no door sales.

The three bands are touring the country this month. It is the first time both Shihad and Weta have returned to New Zealand for a nation-wide tour since moving to Melbourne and Fur Patrol have just returned from a sucessful tour of Australia after releasing their debut album Pet, last month.

Shihad, Weta and Fur Patrol start their nationwide tour in New Plymouth on Thursday 9 November.

By Rebecca Thomson

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