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Having impressed on their sold-out UK tour at the end of last year, groundbreaking crossover dance band Pendulum return home in April with their full live band experience: The tour coincides with the release of their second album ‘In Silico’.
Their debut album, ‘Hold Your Colour’, has now sold in excess of 200,000 copies. ‘In Silico’ is Pendulum’s first album for Warner Bros. Records via the band’s Ear Storm imprint and features the recent single ‘Granite’. A second single entitled ‘Propane Nightmares’ will further preview the album when it’s released on April 14th.
Specific Details regarding the NZ Events:
Thursday April 10th, AUCKLAND (NZ)
Presented by C4 & Subtronix:
@ the Logan Cambell Center
Doors open 7.30pm
Tickets available Thursday from Ticketmaster www.ticketmaster.co.nz , Real Groovy and Beat Merchants
Saturday April 12th, DUNEDIN (NZ)
Presented by Phatclub, C4 and Jagermeister:
@ Union Hall/Refuel
Support: THE UPBEATS, AGENT ALVIN, ORGANIKISMNESS, DROP, VANADIS, PREMISE AND MUNE, UNDERTOW AND MADWAX, LOKI AND BC NINJA, PHIL-O, BILLY T, JAYJI, MC CYPHER
We are pleased to announce Pendulum is sold out in Dunedin!!!
There will be NO doorsales.
Also please note that Pendulum will be on stage at the
EARLY TIME OF 11PM
(We don't want anyone to miss their set!)
SET TIMES DUNEDIN
UNION HALL (Upstairs)
9pm : Vanadis & Drop
10pm : Agent Alvin (breaks set)
11pm : Pendulum Live
12.30ish : The Upbeats
2.30ish : Organikismness
9pm : Loki & BC Ninja
10pm : Premise vs Mune
11pm : heavy heavy bass from upstairs!
midnight : Undertow, Phil-O, Madwax
1.45am : Drop vs Vanadis
3am : Billy T
4am : Jayji
BATH STREET Afterparty
12.30 : Premise vs Mune
2am : Agent Alvin (drum n bass set)
3.30am : Drop vs Phil-O
Pendulum’s tour schedule for Australasia runs as below:
April 10thAUCKLAND (NZ)
April 12thDUNEDIN (NZ) - Union Hall
April 15th ADELAIDE (AUS) -
April 16th SYDNEY (AUS) - The Metro
April 17thMELBOURNE (AUS) - Ballroom
April 19thPERTH (AUS) - Robinson Pavilion
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