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Six hot tours; Mockers add extra show

On sale today, THE MOCKERS have met demand for an extra Auckland concert, by announcing a North Shore show on Saturday January 21st. Tickets for that, and their central Auckland show - both with DELETE DELETE - are at Ticketmaster HERE. For details on their whole 10-date tour, click HERE

Two of the UK's best songwriters have extensive NZ tours in early 2017; LLOYD COLE in late Jan, and MIDGE URE in March. 15 shows between them - details HERE

* Ticket update - Lloyd Cole at Devonport is now SOLD OUT, and a couple of others are getting very close. Final tickets have been released for his central Auckland show at the wonderful new ASB Waterfront Theatre in the Wynyard Quarter.

So much interest and excitement in THE DARKNESS / PUSH PUSH double-headers. Check out the promo clip below for a taste of what we can look forward to in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch. Info on dates and tickets is HERE.

The latest DINOSAUR JR. album has made the Herald's Best Of list for the year - remarkable for this US band that's been rockin' it in style since the 1980s. Their Auckland show on 23 January is heading for an early sell-out. Info HERE


2016 has been a huge year for Plus1. Thank you for playing your part around NZ where an up-for-it crowd, mesmerising band and just the right venue - creates an unforgettable gig. It has been our absolute pleasure bringing you this year The Stranglers, Violent Femmes, Lou Barlow, Cat Power, The Proclaimers, Henry Rollins, Buzzcocks, Low, Greg Johnson and The Mission. 2017 is shaping up nicely too. We look forward to seeing you around the traps. Enjoy the break. Happy holidays!

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