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Summer Concert Tour announces new artists

The Jordan Luck Band. Photo: Supplied.

Three Australian acts have been forced to pull-out of a Coromandel, Taupo and Queenstown music festival due to the changing situation over the ditch.

The Angels, Pseudo Echo and MI-SEX will be replaced by The Jordan Luck Band, Stellar* and Hello Sailor on the upcoming Summer Concert Tour this month.

Greenstone Entertainment CEO, Amanda Calvert says they send their best wishes to everyone in The Angels, Pseudo Echo and MI-SEX, along with their families at this difficult time.

She says their health, safety and wellbeing must take priority in these unprecedented times.

“As a country, we have all done an exceptional job. We are now in the unique position of being able to get together with family and friends and enjoy the incredible line up of artists in three of New Zealand’s most popular holiday locations.

“2020 has been a very challenging year for all of us and to some extent, it has been a “wait and see” approach. We’d like to reassure all our fans that the Summer Concert Tour is going ahead as planned with the addition of The Jordan Luck Band, Stellar* and Hello Sailor set to join Dragon and Gin Wigmore, along with thousands of concert-goers”.

The concerts will take place in the New Zealand summer holiday locations of Queenstown on January 23, Taupo on January 30 and Whitianga on January 31.

Greenstone Entertainment says the Australian acts are committed to performing at the Summer Concert Tour in future years.

Tickets are available through www.greenstoneentertainment.co.nz

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