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Joint Forces Tour - Sweet and Irie: CANCELLED


Thu 15 Jul 2010, 9:00pm

Where: Finn MacCuhals Irish Pub, Cnr Tuwharetoa and Tongariro Sts, Taupo, Lake Taupo

Restrictions: R18

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This Show features Sweet and Irie with Guests

Two of New Zealand's freshest reggae bands Sons of Zion and Sweet and Irie will be criss-crossing Aotearoa playing individual dates and "Joining Forces" at selected venues for a super show.

Following in the footsteps of Katchafire, House of Shem and 1814 both bands are considered the young blood of New Zealand Roots and Reggae and bring a new youthful edge to this long held tradition.

Book your tickets online with Eventfinder or from the Venue.

Sons of Zion - Biography

With their fusion of reggae, heavy rock, dub and funk, the Sons of Zion are a six piece crew based in Auckland. Their live stage presence has captivated audiences all over the country with their infectious sound, a mixture of reggae groove with melodic vocals, phat dubb bass lines and heavily distorted guitar riffs…there's something for every musical taste within their original set.

Sweet and Irie - Biography

Sweet & Irie is the creation of singer/ song writer Edward Ru (Lead Vocals) the vibrant front man that is leading a new wave of reggae music from the South Pacific.

Have you wondered where this group from behind the shadows has been hiding all these years, well it’s never to late to discover the distinctive 'sunshine reggae' hit making sound of "Sweet & Irie".

By now you should've heard the new self titled single "Sweet & Irie" shining out of your radio speakers (position on the local radio charts is testament to that). The video takes the song to another level incorporating concept, comedy and a great live element that the band is increasingly becoming loved for. Cameo appearances by Mike King, Che Fu, Brotha D and Elemeno P's Dave & Scotty help to make a humourous, action packed video.