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Pre-sale links for Lloyd Cole - Classic Songbook Tour

Pre-sale links for Lloyd Cole - Classic Songbook Tour

Plus1 proudly presents Lloyd Cole live around New Zealand Jan 28 to Feb 5, 2017.

Lloyd, accompanied by his son (guitarist) William, will perform in Auckland, Devonport, Wellington, Nelson, Queenstown, Christchurch and Dunedin.

Playing two sets of classic songs from 1983-96, fans can look forward to material fromLloyd Cole & The Commotions albums Rattlesnakes, Easy Pieces and Mainstream, along with tracks from his first four solo albums.

With gems like Lost Weekend, Perfect Skin, Are You Ready To Be Heartbroken, Forest Fire, Jennifer She Said, No Blue Skies and Like Lovers Do - yes we're in for a treat!

Ticket links for today's pre-sale:

• Auckland & Devonport: Ticketmaster HERE

• Nelson & Dunedin: Ticket Direct HERE

• Wellington, Christchurch & Queenstown: Ticketek HERE

Plus1 also presents...

GREG JOHNSON (NZ) -Dunedin / Christchurch / Auckland: Details HERE

THE MISSION (UK) - Wellington / Auckland: Details HERE

DINOSAUR JR (US) - Auckland: Details HERE


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