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The Dillinger Escape Plan Final NZ Tour, 24 & 25 October

The Dillinger Escape Plan Final New Zealand Tour – 24 & 25 October 2017

The Dillinger Escape Plan are one of the most progressive, explosive, inimitable bands in extreme music. Embracing elements of mathcore, hardcore, punk, metal, jazz and, even in some cases, pop hooks, Dillinger have constantly and without compromise, progressed and evolved their tsunami of titanic riffs in spectacular live shows.

Dillinger will cease to play shows or make new music at the end of this year. Their break-up, like almost everything else this extraordinary band have achieved, is on their own terms and sees them determined to go out with a bang.

Their show will encompass songs that span their incredible career and showcase their best music.New Zealand, this is your last chance to see Dillinger Escape Plan live!

24th October – San Fran, WELLINGTON Tickets Buy

25th October – The Kings Arms Tavern, AUCKLANDTickets Buy


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Panasonic Youth (2004) / Black Bubblegum (2007) / Milk Lizard (2007) / Farewell, Mona Lisa (2010)

Paranoia Shields (2015) / Happiness Is A Smile (Live) / Setting Fire To Sleeping Giants (2004)


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