• Sunday 1 March 2020

    PALMERSTON NORTH REGENT ON BROADWAY

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    Tuesday 3 March 2020

    NEW PLYMOUTH THEATRE ROYAL- TSB

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    Wednesday 4 March 2020

    HAMILTON CLARENCE ST THEATRE

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    Friday 6 March 2020

    AUCKLAND POWERSTATION

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    Saturday 7 March 2020

    CHRISTCHURCH SELWYN SOUNDS FESTIVAL

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    Sunday 8 March 2020

    WELLINGTON THE HUNTER LOUNGE

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    Friday 28 Feb 2020

    NAPIER THE CABANA

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    Sat 29 Feb 2020

    UPPER HUTT COSSIE CLUB

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    Midge Ure + Band Electronica

    Mockers + Andy Dickson

    March 2020 - Ultravox frontman Midge Ure presents 'The 1980 Tour - Vienna to Visage'

  • Midge Ure + Band Electronica (UK) + The Mockers & Andy Dickson

    Midge Ure - Live Aid co-founder and Ultravox frontman brings his dynamic new group 'Band Electronica' to New Zealand on ‘The 1980 Tour’ – a dynamic performance of the Vienna album in its entirety, plus Visage classics, and a surprise or two.

     

    This amazing double bill also features The Mockers (Forever Tuesday Morning, One Black Friday, Alvison Park + More!).

    Just added: The Narcs' frontman Andy Dickson will open all five North Island shows.

     

    The last time Midge Ure (with Ultravox) and the Mockers appeared on the same bill was at the third Sweetwaters Festival, in Pukekawa during the summer of 81/82 – a time when the musical landscape worldwide was in the midst of great change. The guitar-driven dominance that had propelled rock and punk throughout 70s had ended, as synthesizers signalled the sound of the future and video transformed the look of the pop charts.

     

    The 1980s had exploded into life and nothing would be the same again. At the heart of this seismic leap into a futuristic new dawn were two records that set the template for much of what was to follow. Visage’s single ‘Fade To Grey’ from the band’s debut eponymous album and Ultravox’s single ‘Vienna’ from the album of the same name. Both records were co-written, recorded and produced by one of the leading characters in British music, Midge Ure.

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