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Killer Queen – NZ Tour Announced

Media Release: Thursday 17 October 2013

Killer Queen – NZ Tour Announced

Internationally acclaimed tribute band Killer Queen are due to rock New Zealand this December with live shows in Wellington, New Plymouth and Tauramunui.

With the musical legacy, energy and iconic performances of English super group Queen, Killer Queen features sublime musicianship, authentic instruments to recreate that distinctive Queen sound, stunning costumes and one of the very best Freddie Mercury look-alike and sound-alikes -courtesy of Johnny Blunt! Their resemblance to THE original regal quartet is purely incredible.

Australian based, Killer Queen has head-lined festivals world-wide and performed alongside Journey, Foreigner, Thin Lizzy and Twisted Sister.

Endorsed by legendary Queen Guitarist Brian May, this is a not-to-be-missed music extravaganza.

Break free and relive that special kind of magic with all the best killer Queen hits in one rocking night -
We Will Rock You, I Want To Break Free, We Are The Champions, Don’t Stop Me Now, Radio GaGa, Somebody To Love, Bohemian Rhapsody, Another One Bites The Dust, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, A Kind Of Magic, Killer Queen and many more!

Thursday 5 Dec - Cosmopolitan Club, Upper Hutt, WELLINGTON
Friday 6 Dec - The Mayfair, NEW PLYMOUTH
Sunday 8 Dec - Owhango Hotel, TAURAMUNUI

ON SALE NOW!
www.eventfinder.co.nz & venues

ENDS

http://www.killerqueen.co/joomla/

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