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Hangar 18

When:

Fri 20 Apr 2018, 8:00pm–11:30pm

Where: Paradox, 137 Bridge St, Nelson, Nelson / Tasman

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $10.25 ($10.00 + $0.25 fees)
  • Eventfinda tickets no longer on sale

Website:

Listed by: Paul Marshall

Hangar 18 have just returned from their triumphant Asia Tour which saw the band perform in The Philippines, Hong Kong and China. The band are now touring NZ on a short stint of shows before heading back to Australia to follow up from their recent support tour with US band Everclear on their “So Much For the Afterglow” Anniversary tour.

Hangar 18 performed live to thousands of people a night and they quickly became fan favourites with music listeners and the press alike. Here are some of the press quotes below:

The Powerstation, New Zealand -
Hangar 18 played songs that sounded like hard rock Bon Jovi’esque and then segued into more smooth jangly, power pop songs. The crowd swayed and bounced along to their music and seemed to be quite happy.
Jonathan Strock - 13th Floor Music Press, NZ

Metro Theatre, Sydney -
New Zealand rockers Hangar 18, kicked off the show, their performance was dynamic enough to get the crowd going.
Cate Summers - The Music, Sydney Australia

The Gov, Adelaide -
New Zealand band Hangar 18 certainly know how to get the crowd going, their performance had the crowd jumping and fist pumping.
Dazz Hassan - Glam, Adelaide Australia

Croxton Band Room, Melbourne -
New Zealand's Hangar 18 get the crowd rocking with a blend of melodic guitar riffs with alternative-rock posturing. Hangar 18 haven't skipped a beat, impressing with a tight and professional showing that's thoroughly entertaining.
Tobias Handke - The Music, Melbourne Australia

What about their Sound?
Hangar 18’s diverse set of songs will take you on a journey from moshing, to mellow swaying to singing with them and belting out the choruses. They don't just write about relationships, love and break ups, they cover everything from depression, lost love, mental illness, suicide, gun culture, living life and murder to name but a few topics.