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DRAM - One New Zealand Concert

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DRAM

One New Zealand Concert

Monday 25 September, 2017 - With a name short for Does. Real. Ass. Music., 29-year old rapper, singer and producer DRAM will be making his New Zealand debut early next year at Auckland's Powerstation on January 10.

Coming in hot off the back of the release of his debut record Big Baby D.R.A.M. and his massive single 'Broccoli' (featuring fellow buzz king Lil Yachty), which has amassed over a whopping 396 million streams on Spotify, the world initially took notice with his breakout hit Cha Cha, including Queen B herself. Lending his trappy-go-lucky vocals on collaborations with Chance the Rapper, Gorillaz and SZA, the US rapper will be hitting the stage after an extensive US headline tour as well as performances at SXSW, Coachella and Austin City Limits.

DRAM
with special guests
Wednesday 10 January
Powerstation, Auckland

Tickets on sale at 9:00am Thursday 28 September via aaaticketing.co.nz

Pre-sale from 9am Wednesday 27 September until 8am Thursday 28 September*

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*or until pre-sale allocation exhausted


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