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The Feelers on Tour this Summer

the feelers on tour this summer

The quintessential Kiwi Summer… the beach, the BBQ and THE FEELERS.

This summer, the feelers will be bringing the party to all of your favourite holiday destinations.

the feelers are New Zealand’s most successful rock band. Having three hit albums and over 20 top-20 New Zealand singles, they have dominated the charts and provided the soundtrack to New Zealander’s lives. Their just-released album, One World, has already achieved such massive airplay that it is set to be another stunning success.

Keeping the feelers in good company this summer will be Jason Kerrison, the exceptional vocalist of platinum selling band OpShop; and Donald Reid who has stormed into the New Zealand music scene with his multiple radio hits and debut album In A Taxi Home.

And if that’s not enough, New Zealand’s favourite Westie, Ewen Gilmour, will be bringing hysteria to Auckland’s Biggest Office Party at the St James on 22 December and at New Year’s Eve in Waihi Beach.

the feelers…it’s not a kiwi summer without them.

TOUR DATES
Wed 20 December The Brownzy Brown’s Bay
Thurs 21 December Altitude Hamilton
Fri 22 December St James Auckland
Sat 23 December Stampede Papakura
Sun 24 December Legends Christchurch

Tues 26 December Cook’s Garden Wanganui
Wed 27 December Onekawa Hotel Napier
Thurs 28 December San Francisco Bath House Wellington
Fri 29 December Lake Hawea Hotel Lake Hawea/Wanaka
Sat 20 December Riwaka Hotel Riwaka/Motueka
Sun 31 December Waihi Beach Hotel Waihi Beach

Tues 2 January Copthorne Hotel Paihia
Wed 3 January Mangawhai Tavern Mangawhai
Thurs 4 January The Boiler Room Whakatane
Fri 5 January Brewer’s Bar Stadium Mt Maunganui

Tickets are available from Ticketek, Ticket Direct (St James), Venues and usual outlets

www.thefeelers.co.nz

ENDS

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