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Topp Twins to perform at Tussock Country

New Zealand’s well-loved national treasures Jools and Lynda Topp are heading to Tussock Country Music Festival and will perform at the SBS St James Theatre on Friday, 29 May 2020. Topp Twins will bring their original style of merriment, mayhem and mirth to the festival. The Gore’s country hills will be alive with the sound of laughter!

Armed with guitar, mouth-harp and spoons NZ’s favorite twin sisters change musical style and gender with ease, delivering original country music, character comedy, burlesque innuendo, audience participation and some of the finest yodeling you’ll hear anywhere.

You can expect the unexpected, so don’t miss a great night of hilarious entertainment. “The Topp Twins will delight the audience of all ages and all walks of life,” says Jeff Rea the chairperson of Tussock Country Music Festival.

This event is being coordinated by the NZ Songwriters Trust and ticket $50 per person are on sale through www.iticket.co.nz later this week. For more information visit www.tussockcountry.nz

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