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Luger Boa & Black River Drive Double Strength Tour 2011

For immediate release: Tues 9th August 2011


Luger Boa & Black River DriveDouble Strength Tour 2011

Change Of Christchurch Venue !!

As the Luger Boa / Black River Driver Double Strength Tour slips into high gear, with northern audiences already whipped into a frenzy and Luger Boa's 'New Hot Nights' holding the #1 spot on the national Rock Radio Charts the news just keeps getting better.

Unforeseen venue complications had threatened to prevent the free show in Christchurch from going ahead, but the Double Strength Tour cannot be stopped!

The show will now take place on WEDS 24th AUGUST at THE VENUE, 6 TOWER STREET, HORNBY.

And yes, thats right all you Rock n Roll Mother%#@*&$s, it's FREE!

Doors open at 7pm with support from Killshot Medics & Ashei.

Thanks indeed to The ROCK, MOA BEER, & GRABASEAT


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