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Big Rick – ‘Beyond The Valley Of The Trolls’ EP Release Tour

Big Rick – ‘Beyond The Valley Of The Trolls’ EP Release Tour

'Big Rick will be on tour from the 27th of June – 26th July to promote their new EP ‘Beyond The Valley Of The Trolls’

Wellington band Big Rick are excited to announce their upcoming tour, celebrating the launch of their new EP Beyond the Valley of the Trolls. Big Rick have been captivating audiences nationwide with their fresh, high-energy, noise-pop and theatrical performances. Six dates have been announced so far with more to come, including secret shows in Levin and Palmerston North! Follow Big Rick on Facebook for updates.

Big Rick NZ Tour
27th June Chicks Hotel, Dunedin w/ Bad Sav and Mavis Gary
28th June – Darkroom, Christchurch w/ Vilan
4th July – Space Monster, Whanganui w/ T.A.B. and Parties
5th July – SECRET GIG, Palmerston North w/ Gains, Swamp Doctor and T.A.B.
18th July - Cavern Club, Wellington w/ Cookie Brooklyn and the Crumbs and T.A.B.
26th July – Golden Dawn, Auckland w/ Delete Delete

http://bigrick.bandcamp.com/
https://www.facebook.com/big.bigrick

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