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Devilskin Announce Revised ‘Surrender’ Summer Tour Dates

Devilskin Announce Revised ‘Surrender’ Summer Tour Dates

New Zealand’s most explosive rock band DEVILSKIN announce revised ‘Surrender’ Summer Tour dates due to unavoidable scheduling changes - now with a stonking new years’ eve gig at summer hot spot Mt Manganui.

Proudly supported by The Rock you can catch their stunning live show at the following venues:

27th December Riwaka (Nelson)
29th December Mangawhai Tavern (Mangawhai)
30th December Coroglen Tavern (Whitianga)
31st December Brewers Field (Mt Maunganui)

2nd January Butlers Reef Hotel (Oakura)

3rd January Station Village Complex (Lower Hutt)

10th January Harringtons Breweries Parkhouse (Christchurch)

Tickets available via Ticketmaster www.ticketmaster.co.nz . On sale: 30 October (12noon), tickets will also be available at the venues and Harringtons Riccarton (Christchurch show only).

For further information and new show announcements stay tuned to: www.facebook.com/DevilskinNZ or www.Devilskin.co.nz


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