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The Narcs' Andy Dickson joins Midge Ure & Mockers

The Narcs' Andy Dickson joins Midge Ure & Mockers

The 1980s tour just got even better with news Andy Dickson is opening all North Island shows - Auckland, Wellington, New Plymouth, Palmerston North and Hamilton.

The tour is headlined by Ultravox frontman Midge Ure and his Band Electronica performing Ultravox's classic Vienna album in its entirety, plus Visage & solo classics. The Mockers will also perform a full-length set. Secure your tickets soon - some shows are close to sell out!

BUY NOW - MIDGE URE - MOCKERS - ANDY DICKSON

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