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Gig & Concert News - Australian surf rock band Lazy Ghost debut in NZ

Australian surf rock band Lazy Ghost debut in NZ

04 October 2022 - 0 Comments

Australian band Lazy Ghost are loading up their spaceship and taking the party with them as they announce their debut New Zealand Tour. years in the making! After many years spent playing abroad in Canada, Lazy Ghost have relocated to the Southern Hemisphere to dive into their already established following within the Australian & New Zealand music scene. Their music tonality stems from their love of indie tones and surf rock tempo.

They've amassed millions of streams online and built a loyal following that have been begging for their arrival in New Zealand, it's time to give them what they want! Join the boys on this unforgettable New Zealand tour to find out why everyone's talking about Lazy Ghost.

Lazy Ghost NZ Tour

25 November @ Dead Witch, Auckland

26 November @ Nivara Lounge, Hamilton

27 November @ Valhalla, Wellington

2 December @ Wunderbar, Lyttelton

3 December @ Yonder, Queenstown

Tickets on sale now


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