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David Dallas & Tahuna Breaks play Coroglen over Labour Wkend

24 August, 2011

David Dallas & Tahuna Breaks to play Coroglen over Labour Weekend

Escape the city and come celebrate the long weekend at Coromandel’s Coroglen Tavern with a special one-off show, featuring Tahuna Breaks and David Dallas on Saturday 22 October, Labour Weekend.

Synonymous with summer, Coroglen Tavern is well known for its massive gigs and beachy vibes, so kick off the sunny months the right way with some of the country’s finest acts.

Recently signed to US Label Duck Down Records, David Dallas continues to reign as New Zealand’s hip-hop man of the moment. His new album ‘The Rose Tint’ was released for free online recently, receiving overwhelming critical acclaim. He will hit the Coroglen off the back of his recent sold out NZ shows.

Tahuna Breaks last Kiwi gig was also a sell out. With a live stage sound that encompasses funk, disco, soul, live electronics and roots, their addictive rhythms are always guaranteed to get crowds moving.

For more information about the acts, head to: www.daviddallas.co.nz and www.tahunabreaks.com.

Tickets are available now from:
www.nikaurhythm.co.nz
http://www.eventfinder.co. nz/2011/oct/coroglen/tahuna-breaks-david-dallas-live
Get yours now to make sure you don’t miss out!

David Dallas & Tahuna Breaks
Saturday 22 October
Coroglen Tavern, Corromandel

ENDS

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