Salmonella Dub 25th anniversary shows – support acts announced

Salmonella Dub 25th anniversary shows – support acts announced

AOTEAROA’S FINEST TO SUPPORT SALMONELLA DUB’S 25th ANNIVERSARY SHOWS feat THE RETURN OF TIKI TAANE

Salmonella Dub and Tiki Taane will be joined onstage by Fat Freddy’s Drop and Ladi6 when they perform at Christchurch’s Hagley Park, and Ladi6 and TrinityRoots at Owen Delany Park in Taupo, for their not to be missed 25th anniversary shows.

Fat Freddy’s Drop are internationally regarded as one of the world’s finest live draws.  Over years of intensive touring, Fat Freddy’s Drop have created a sound that demands to be heard live, a potent mixture of jazz virtuosity and diaphragm-wrecking sonics.

Ladi6 has been a vital part of the NZ hip hop scene since its inception. Developing her lyrically introspective smoky-soul sound over years of consistent touring alongside Shapeshifter, Fat Freddy’s Drop and Scribe, Ladi6’s career is embossed with industry awards, considered critical acclaim and countless local and international shows.

TrinityRoots have been described as “a boil-up of ingredients that seem to embody the very essence of our home, land and sea”.  Since their inception, hiatus and reformation in 2010, TrinityRoots have performed sell-out shows locally and globally, building on their reputation as a multi-award winning, platinum selling band.

Don’t miss out on seeing what promises to be three truly phenomenal events.

Salmonella Dub 25th anniversary tour featuring the return of Tiki Taane!
Three exclusive shows

NYE – 31st  December – Northern Bass Mangawhai (R18)

Sat – 13th  January – Christchurch – Hagley Park
Featuring Fat Freddy’s Drop and Ladi6

Sat – 3rd  February – Taupo – Owen Delany Park
Featuring Ladi6 and TrinityRoots
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more acts to be announced for all shows

Tickets on sale 3.00pm today from The Ticket Fairy

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