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Pseudo Echo and The Narcs turn back the clock

Pseudo Echo and The Narcs turn back the clock in December for fabulous 80s-flavoured concerts in Tauranga, New Plymouth and Wellington.

Tickets now on sale at Eventfinda - https://www.eventfinda.co.nz/tour/2017/pseudo-echo-the-narcs - for all three tour dates:

Thurs Dec 7: Totara St, Tauranga
Fri Dec 8: The Mayfair, New Plymouth
Sat Dec 9, San Fran, Wellington.

Pseudo Echo (Australia) bring pop classics like Funky Town, A Beat For You, Listening, and many more.

Kiwi favourites The Narcs fans will lap up their radio smashes like Heart And Soul, Diamonds On China, and No Turning Back.

With a massive 10 New Zealand top 40 hits between Pseudo Echo and The Narcs, these are unmissable shows for all 80s fans.

All shows feature guest DJs spinning 80s hits - helping bring home a very special series of 80s Xmas concerts.

Pseudo Echo will be fresh from their Auckland concert with The Human League on Wednesday December 6 at Logan Campbell Centre.

Plus1 proudly presents:
The Human League & Pseudo Echo, Auckland; 6 Dec, 2017
Pseudo Echo & The Narcs, Tauranga, New Plymouth & Wellington; 7-9 Dec, 2017.

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