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Pennywise to play Full Circle 20th Anniversary show

Pennywise to play Full Circle 20th Anniversary show in Auckland this November

American punk rockers Pennywise are heading to New Zealand for a one-off show!

Presented by The Rock and Storm the Gates, Pennywise will play the Studio on K Road in Auckland on Tuesday, November 7 and if that wasn’t exciting enough, the band will play FULL CIRCLE in its entirety to mark the 20th Anniversary of the iconic album.

The Californian rockers, who formed in 1988, have made a name for themselves as a politically minded, melodic hardcore act, selling millions of albums along the way and becoming one of the most successful independent acts of all time.

Pennywise have released 11 albums over the years, including 1993’s UNKNOWN ROAD, 2001’s LAND OF THE FREE?, 2005’s THE FUSE, and of course the iconic FULL CIRCLE, which took the world by storm in 1997.

“FULL CIRCLE is one of the best Punk albums of the '90s. This is 40 minutes of harsh, abrasive, inspiring and brilliant Punk Rock... probably Pennywise’s best album”
- Sputnik Music

“Melodic fast-paced punk with deep lyrics that will make you think
- it's the Pennywise way!”

- In Music We Trust


The band’s prolific track record in the studio has been matched with an unparalleled reputation as a live act to be reckoned with. Full-on and full-throttle - just as punk rock should be!

To mark the 20th Anniversary of FULL CIRCLE, Pennywise - which includes original members Jim Lindberg, Fletcher Dragge, Byron McMackin, as well as longstanding member Randy Bradbury - will play the album from back-to-back.

Don’t miss your chance to see one of punk rock’s finest acts playing one of the most iconic hardcore albums of the 90s live and in-your-face!

Tickets on sale 7pm Wednesday October 25 from www.theticketfairy.com

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