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Australian indie-rock band Spacey Jane to do return NZ tour

SPACEY JANE make irresistible pop-rock jams. The Fremantle locals, or Freo as the locals call it, have confirmed their return to New Zealand this March. After selling out their last Auckland show in December, the foursome will play the Tuning Fork on Tuesday, March 10 before heading south to play Meow in Wellington on Wednesday, March 11 and Mono in Christchurch on Thursday March 12.

My Live Nation members may also secure tickets first during the pre-sale beginning 12pm Wednesday, February 5 until 12pm Friday, February 7.

For complete tour and ticket information, visit: livenation.co.nz.

As most bands do, Caleb, Kieran, Ashton and Peppa came together through blooming friendships and lucky connections. A few jams later, the bond was cemented and their debut gig in Caleb's dad's backyard kicked it all off. And in almost the blink of an eye, Spacey Jane has graduated from suburban backyards to opening for bands such as Car Seat Headrest, Alex Lahey, British India and the Jungle Giants. Plus some screaming festival sets at WaveRock, Gizzfest, Falls Festival and and as of last weekend in Australia, Laneway Festival 2020.

Don’t miss Spacey Jane’s return this March – tickets for all shows go on sale at 1pm Friday, February 7.

TUNING FORK, AUCKLAND
TUESDAY MARCH 10
MEOW, WELLINGTON
WEDNESDAY MARCH 11
ALSO PERFORMING AT MONO IN CHRISTCHURCH (MAR 12)

TICKETS ON SALE 1PM FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7

Live Nation pre-sale begins 12pm Wednesday, February 5 until 12pm Friday, February 7

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