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Rhythm and Vines presents Ocean Alley NZ Tour

RHYTHM & VINES + AUDACITY TOURING PRESENT...

OCEAN ALLEY (AUS)

LIVE & LARGE ACROSS NEW ZEALAND!

Ocean Alley announce their biggest headline shows across New Zealand with a four date tour coming through Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin this August!

2016 was the year when Ocean Alley really made people sit up and pay attention. The band toured Aotearoa twice, selling out shows across the country in support of their debut album Lost Tropics, along with festival sets at Rhythm & Vines, Rhythm & Alps and Soundsplash.

They also made their inaugural visit to Europe, playing over forty shows across a multitude of countries including the UK, Netherlands and Germany. Fuelled with the DIY ethic that has seen them build into one of Australia's finest touring acts, they will now venture into the biggest rooms of their career and treat crowds to an incredible visual spectacle.

On the back of 2017 touring that has so far included supports for The Cat Empire, Xavier Rudd and Tash Sultana across Australia, and armed with their thumping new single Overgrown, Ocean Alley are set to take their emphatic live show next level this August!

Listen to the new single Overgrown via Spotify - click here

TOUR DATES & VENUES:

Wednesday 16 August 2017
Studio the Venue
Auckland

Thursday 17 August 2017
Hunter Lounge, Victoria Uni
Wellington

Friday 18 August 2017
The Foundry, Canterbury Uni
Christchurch

Saturday 19 August 2017
University Union, Otago Uni
Dunedin

Tickets $45 at www.justtheticketnz.com
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