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Head like a Hole - The Monsta X Tour Starts Next Week

Media Release: Friday 2nd August 2013

The Rock, Juice TV and Phantom Billstickers in association with Brother Dave Tours present

HEAD LIKE A HOLE
THE “MONSTA X” TOUR

BOOGA BEAZLEY * NIGEL REGAN * MICHAEL FRANKLIN-BROWN *
ANDREW ASHTON * SIMON NICHOLLS

TOUR STARTS NEXT WEEK. CHRISTCHURCH SHOW SOLD OUT!

Head Like A Hole’s Monsta X tour is upon us. Commencing next Thursday at Auckland’s Kings Arms, tickets to all shows are selling rapidly. Unfortunately the Christchurch show has sold out and there will be no further tickets available.

SUPPORT ACT HUSK ANNOUNCED

Auckland three-piece HUSK has been announced to support HLAH on their national tour!

Husk create a refreshing dose of tight, psych-rock music and have recently opened for USA’s Moon Duo and King Tuff.

You can listen to all of HUSKs’ material on bandcamp (pay as you like) here:
huskband.bandcamp.com/
https://www.facebook.com/#!/huskband

FREE DOWNLOAD OF THE GLORY GLORY REMIX BY MODULE WITH TICKET PURCHASE

Those of you who purchase your tickets now from i-TICKET will receive a free download of the brand spanking new Glory Glory remix by Module (Jeramiah Ross). It was debuted this morning on Morning Glory on 95bFM. Get your tickets now before the tour sells out!!! I-TICKET

WIN A SIGNED AND MOUNTED HLAH MONSTA X TOUR POSTER!

The Rock and Phantom Billstickers each have a really cool A0 laminated and mounted Monsta X tour poster to give away. Purchase your tickets from i-TICKET to enter the draw! Phantom Billstickers Facebook and The Rock.net.nz

HEAD LIKE A HOLE THE “MONSTA X” TOUR

Thursday 8th August AUCKLAND – Kings Arms Tavern
Friday 9th August HAMILTON – Altitude
Saturday 10th August MT MAUNGANUI – Brewers Bar

Thursday 15th August WELLINGTON – Bar Bodega
Friday 16th August CHRISTCHURCH –Dux Live SOLD OUT
Saturday 17th August PALMERSTON NORTH – The Royal Hotel

Tickets are on sale now from iTICKET www.iticket.co.nz or 0508 ITICKET (484253), Real Groovy Records, Conch Records and I-site (Cnr Victoria and Wakefield Street, Wellington)


HLAH ON FACEBOOK

HEADLIKEAHOLENOISE Channel on YOUTUBE (Lot’s to watch here!)


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