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The Mockers' cat is finally out of the bag

The Mockers' cat is finally out of the bag. To celebrate the release of their upcoming Live DVD/CD, the band will play shows in Auckland, Wellington, Tauranga and Christchurch. Tickets on pre-sale at 3pm TODAY - a great stocking stuffer for Mockers fans! Secure your tickets at these links:
March 1 - Tauranga - Eventfinda
March 2 - Wellington - Eventfinda
March 3 - Christchurch - Selwyn Sounds festival
March 4 - Auckland - Ticketmaster

The Mockers features the classic mid 80s lineup of Andrew Fagan, Brett Adams, Tim Wedde and Geoff Hayden, with special guest drummer Chris O'Connor. Opening act for all shows (except Christchurch) is super talented Gareth Thomas from Goodshirt.
stellar* have announced their own shows in Auckland and Wellington, in addition to their run of festival appearances (Waipu, Nelson, ChCh). Tickets for their AKL & WGTN shows are at Ticketmaster. Full list of stellar* summer dates HERE.

Have a geat Chrissy... thanks so much for getting out and supporting live music this year. Plus1 has had the pleasure to present some fantastic tours in 2017, including Dinosaur Jr, The Mockers reunion tour, Lloyd Cole, Midge Ure, The Darkness, The Undertones, Christopher Cross, Greg Johnson & Mel Parsons, Pseudo Echo & Narcs, and The Human League... whew - we're looking forward to a break, see you at the show(s) in 2018!
Plus1 presents live in early 2018: The Mockers / stellar* / John Cooper Clarke - all dates and details plus1.co.nz

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