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Skinny Hobos Announce National Tour

Skinny Hobos Announce National Tour in Support of Debut Album


Straight off the back of a scorching Homegrown set in Wellington, a couple of dates on I Am Giant’s final NZ tour and the announcement of their debut performance at Spark Arena in support of Biffy Clyro, Skinny Hobos celebrate the launch of their debut album with an 11 date national tour.

Never content to rest on their touring laurels, Skinny Hobos will be delivering their power packed, 2 piece rock and roll across the country on their biggest headline tour yet, ably supported by Auckland riffers His Masters Voice. Alex Elvis, vocals and guitars states, “it’s been a long time coming, but we finally have an album that we’re proud of and we can’t wait to come play it for you!”.

The Rock presents Skinny Hobos Album Release Tour.

Friday 18 May The Great Lake Centre, Taupo
Friday 25 May Galatos, Auckland
Saturday 26 May Whangarei, Old Stone Butter Factory
Friday 1st June Hamilton, Altitude
Saturday 2nd June Napier, The Cabana
Friday 8 June New Plymouth, Treehouse Bar
Saturday 9 June Wellington, San Fran
Friday 15 June Tauranga, Totara St
Wednesday 20 June Invercargill, Southland Musician’s Club
Friday 22 June Queenstown, Yonder
Saturday 23rd June Christchurch, ‘Winter Party 2018’, The Embankment

Tickets available now through www.undertheradar.co.nz. Tickets for the Taupo show available on the door.

The video for current single Jacked like the Ripper, a live set favorite, will also be released on the18 May. The single is available now through Spotify, iTunes and all other digital outlets.

Skinny Hobos self titled debut album is released everywhere Friday 18 May.

For updates and tour dates find Skinny Hobos on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and Bandcamp - @skinnyhobos.


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