They’ve been rocking New Zealand since 1982 and now The Exponents are heading back to the pubs and clubs to celebrate their 30-year anniversary.
Tickets for the ’Exponents – 30 years’ tour go on sale on Monday, with South Island shows scheduled forChristchurch, Timaru andDunedin. The first run ofNorthIslandshows kick off inHamilton, New Plymouth andWellington.
“A 30th Anniversary Tour? I never saw that coming” says Jordan Luck. “I can’t wait for the band (Brian Jones, Michael “Harry” Harallambi, & Dave Gent) to get on the road and visit some of our favourite haunts”.
And what a set-list it will be, from over the past 30 years, including ‘Who Loves Who The Most’, ‘Victoria’, ‘I’ll Say Goodbye (Even Though I’m Blue)’, ‘Christchurch(In Cashel St. I Wait)’ and ‘Whatever Happened to Tracey’.
“The songs seem like they were written today or at least in the last week. That is the way I imagine we will play them too”, says Luck.
FRIDAY, MARCH 23rd
CHRISTCHURCH, SPEIGHT’S ALE HOUSE, FERRYMEAD
SATURDAY, MARCH 24th
TIMARU, NO.8 WIRED
SUNDAY, MARCH 25th
THURSDAY, MARCH 29th
HAMILTON, ALTITUDE BAR
FRIDAY, MARCH 30th
NEW PLYMOUTH, BUTLERS REEF
SATURDAY, MARCH 31st
WELLINGTON, BAR BODEGA
Tickets are available from Eventfinder.co.nz
FURTHER NORTH ISLAND SHOWS TO BE ANNOUNCED
For further information: Rodney Hewson, 021 907 248 email@example.com