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Julia Deans Announces Support Acts We Light Fire Tour

Julia Deans Announces Support Acts
We Light Fire Album Release Tour

Julia Deans is pleased to announce the artists that will open for her We Light Fire album release tour.

Following her opening for Marlon Williams’ sold out nationwide tour, this is the former Fur Patrol icon’s first headline tour, with full band, in over seven years.

Having put out the call to find local female musicians for each of her shows around the country, Julia has finalised the nine acts.

“It was not an easy choice whittling down the list to just one artist in each town. There are so many wonderful women musicians out there. I can’t wait to share the stage with them next month”.

JULIA DEANS ‘WE LIGHT FIRE’ ALBUM RELEASE TOUR
Fri 3rd August Hamilton The Meteor
Featuring support from Mrs DLite

Sat 4th August Leigh Leigh Sawmill
Featuring support from Erin Cole-Baker

Fri 10th August Gisborne Dome Bar
Featuring support from Kaaterama

Sat 11th August Wellington San Fran
Featuring support from Emily Fairlight

Wed 22nd August Christchurch Blue Smoke
Featuring support from Emily C Browning

Thu 23rd August Dunedin 50 Gorrillas
Featuring support from Rachel Bailey

Fri 24th August Queenstown Sherwood
Featuring support from Connor Moore

Fri 31st August Tauranga Totara Street
Featuring support from Leilani

Sat 1st September Auckland Tuning Fork*
Featuring support from Lexxa

Tickets on sale now from UnderTheRadar and *Ticketmaster.

This is a singer/songwriter at the height of their craft.
- 1/2 Sunday Star Times

Yep, she can sing, and when she soars it’s a spine-tingling thing because it’s all real. -Metro

Julia Deans boasts one of the best falsettos in New Zealand. Her razor-sharp voice is intoxicating from the moment it chimes in.
- NZ Herald

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