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Live in NZ this week! Midge Ure

Midge Ure and band have landed! The voice of Ultravox (and co-founder of Band Aid) kicks off his NZ tour tomorrow in Tauranga, Auckland's Powerstation on Friday, San Fran in Wellington on Saturday.

Then four South Island shows - Sunday to Thursday - Nelson, Christchurch (just 20 tickets left!), Dunedin & Queenstown.

Expect a delicious mix of songs from 40 years of great albums, through his inflential roles in Ultravox, Visage, Rich Kids and of course the solo hits.

For all dates and tickets, visit Midge's tour page on Plus1 HERE

Check out these videos for a taster! Midge with Ultravox (Dancing WIth Tears in My Eyes, & Vienna) and solo with If I Was.

COMING UP:

The Darkness & Push Push (AKL / WGTN / CHCH in April) - info HERE

The Undertones (WGTN / AKL - JULY 11 & 12): details HERE


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