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Breakfast Klub Presents: Road to Rhythm Wellington

Breakfast Klub Presents: Road to Rhythm Wellington featuring Netsky (DJ Set) and Camo & Krooked

Wellingtonians get ready – your Road to Rhythm starts at McEwan Park on December 27th, with bass heavyweights Netsky (DJ Set) and Camo and Krooked set to hit the capital.

Hailing from Belgium, Netsky has, in a few short years, built a reputation for delivering relentlessly on-point, hard hitting drum & bass anthems which have earned him numerous awards and accolades the world over and has quickly become one of the most talked about and talented names within the electronic music world.

Austrian duo Reinhard Rietsch and Markus Wagner, otherwise known as Camo & Krooked have quickly become one of the hottest production outfits in Europe. Working together since 2007 and signing exclusively to Hospital Records in 2010, the Viennese pair have created a whirl of dance floor anthems and a fearsome reputation for their untouchable production skills.

With McEwan Park quickly establishing itself as one of New Zealand’s premier summer concert venues, it was seen as a no brainer to bring the Road to Rhythm to the capital for the first time.

Tickets are on sale now through Eventbrite.

What: Road to Rhythm featuring Netsky (DJ Set) and Camo & Krooked
Where: McEwan Park, Petone
When: 27th December 2017

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