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The Chills announce the “Stand By” NZ Tour

The Chills announce the “Stand By” NZ Tour.

December 2-11.

Martin and the band are pleased to announce the following tour dates and support acts.

The band will be performing songs from the new “Stand By” CD, and are excited to be

sharing the stage with some fine new NZ musical talent.

DATES:

Thursday Dec 2 Galatos Auckland

Support from Shaft, Boxcar Guitars and Simon Comber

Presales available from: Real Groovy, Fast & Loose and Bunny.

Friday Dec 3 Bodega Wellington

Support from Hot Swiss Mistress and Simon Comber

Saturday Dec 4 O’Flahertys Napier

Support from LD3 and Simon Comber

Presales available from: O’Flahertys

Friday Dec 10 Jetset Christchurch

Support from Palace of Wisdom and Simon Comber

Saturday Dec 11 The Cook Dunedin

Support from Shakes, Onanon and Simon Comber

Thanks to Rockshops NZ and Strawberry Sound for their support.

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