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J Boog Coldest Zone NZ Tour


Wed 26 Mar 2014, 8:00pm–2:00am

Where: The Ledge, 1 Serlby Place, Porirua - Mana, Wellington Region

Restrictions: R18

Ticket Information:

  • GA tickets from the venue: $35.00
  • Door sales: $45.00
  • Additional fees may apply


Related Artists:

Listed by: GoodKarma

Good Karma proudly presents the J Boog – Coldest Zone NZ Tour.

J Boog is at the top of his game as one of the leaders of the Pacific Reggae movement, with a string of hits and a career spanning almost a decade. He has been dominating the international airwaves with his smash hit ‘Lets Do It Again’, and is at the forefront of the Pacific reggae revival. Performing with a full live band, J Boog will hit audiences all over the North Island with one unforgettable show not to be missed!

Tour Dates & Locations:
- Wed 26 March at The Ledge, Porirua
- Thurs 27 March at Levin Sports Bar, Levin
- Fri 28 March at The Mayfair, New Plymouth
- Sat 29 March at Brewers Field, Mt Maunganui – early show
- Sat 29 March at The Gisborne Cossie Club, Gisborne - late show
- Sun 30 March at The Thirsty Whale, Three Kings Plaza, Auckland

Presales only $35 or $45 on the door. Get your tickets online at or from the venues. R18 event.

This is a show not to be missed, with the Hawaii’s reggae royalty right here in NZ performing live!

Support Acts
Siaosi (Hawaii)
Kiwini VAITAI (Hawaii)
Majic (Northland)
Soulovus (Taranaki)
L-40 (Wanganui)
Israel Starr (Wellington)

The Artists

J Boog
J Boog is a man of many influences. The singer of Samoan descent was born in Long Beach and raised in Compton, California. Growing up in the rough streets of Compton, the strong sense of tradition and culture that J Boog absorbed from his family was instrumental in his path to stay off the streets and begin a successful music career.
J Boog's music career became serious in 2005, when a couple of brothers from his neighborhood brought him to one of J's favorite artists, George "Fiji" Veikoso". The two began working together immediately and J ended up moving to Hawaii in 2006 to continue developing his craft. After releasing his debut album "Hear Me Roar" in 2007, he joined the musical family Wash House Music Inc, an independent record label based in Hawaii and San Francisco.
A year later, in 2008, J Boog met Gramps Morgan of Morgan Heritage and there was an instant chemistry. Gramps was keen on working with J, and set out to make a way. Shortly after, Gramps, J Boog and other Wash House family members were in Jamaica recording in such prestigious places as Bob Marley's "Tuff Gong" Studio, Don Corleone's "Hit Maker", Bobby Digital's "Digital B", Shaggy's "Big Yard", Sugar Minott's "Youth Man Promotion" and more.