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Kyuss Lives!


Sun 15 May 2011, 7:30pm

Where: The Hunter Lounge, Victoria University, 1 Kelburn Parade, Kelburn, Wellington

Restrictions: R18

Ticket Information:

  • General admission : $0.00 ($0.00)
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: velvettiger

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Desert rock pioneers Kyuss Lives! will perform one Wellington show. Kyuss Lives! will now perform their first ever New Zealand shows at the end of the Australasian leg of their world tour. Global demand for the Kyuss Lives! experience has been so high that sold out signs have been added to marquees everywhere. Australian shows sold out rapidly as did the first announced Auckland show.

The Friday 13th May show in Christchurch has been cancelled due to the effects of the recent earthquake tragedy. Ticket refunds for this show are available from point of purchase. If this is not possible please contact

Due to the Christchurch earthquake, the Auckland shows are now on Friday 13th and Saturday 14th May (sold out!) at the Powerstation, with the Windy City capping it off on Sunday 15th May.

Kyuss history...
In October 1995, just three months after releasing what was arguably their breakthrough album And The Circus Leaves Town, the influential stoner rock group Kyuss broke up. The band has been on an indefinite hiatus ever since leaving fans wandering the desert in search of new thrills.

Now, after reaching legendary status Kyuss are recognised as “desert rock pioneers and poster boys for stoner rock”, influencing thousands of rock bands all over the world, three quarters of Kyuss have regrouped and are coming to New Zealand to play three eagerly anticipated shows in May 2011.

Featuring original Kyuss members singer John Garcia, bassist Nick Oliveri and drummer Brant Bjork they will be joined by Bruno Fevery on guitar.

Singer John Garcia says... "Kyuss Lives! is sounding more like Kyuss than Kyuss ever did... that's how well it's going. Bruno Fevery has stepped up... not only filling Josh Homme's shoes, but to add additional flare, style, class and of course that overall desert groove... hope you have a ticket and see you soon!"

Original guitarist Josh Homme’s Queens Of The Stone Age recently cancelled a Wellington engagement the week of the earthquake.

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