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Rae Sremmurd announce one New Zealand show

Hot off the back of their Australian FOMO Festival appearance, FOMO and Fuzen are excited to announce the highly anticipated return of Rae Sremmurd to Auckland on Friday 4th January 2018 at the Logan Campbell Centre.

This will be the Tupelo Mississippi brother’s first headline show in New Zealand since their sell out appearance at The Studio back in 2015.

Since then, the duo has drawn critical acclaim for both their recorded work and live act. A five time platinum selling duo they are the team behind the smash hit single Black Beatles which kicked off the viral sensation Mannequin Challenge and with their May 2018 album release SR3MM, a triple album that clocks in at almost two hours long featuring 27 tracks, their Logan Campbell show is set to be one not to miss.

The only New Zealand show they’re performing, this will be the perfect warm-up to the upcoming FOMO BY NIGHT Festival to be held at Spark Arena January 9th, featuring Nicki Minaj, Lil Pump, Kali Uchis, Mura Masa, San Holo, Montell2099 and The Katayanagi Twins.

Rae Sremmurd at the Logan Campbell Centre is an R16 gig (upstairs R16+, downstairs R18+).


RAE SREMMURD
LOGAN CAMPBELL CENTRE AUCKLAND
FRIDAY JANUARY 4th

Pre sale starts 9.00am Tuesday 23rd October
General on sale starts 9.00am Thursday 25th October
Tickets from The Ticket Fairy
Upstairs at Logan Campbell Centre R16+ Downstairs R18+

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