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Home Brew feat Dirty Ol' Knights

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When:

  • Sat 3 Sep ’11, 9:00pm

Where:

Revolver Bar, 54 Shotover St, Queenstown

Restrictions:

R18

Ticket Information:

  • GA: $22.00
  • Early bird: $15.00

Related Artists:

Home Brew

With support from...

- Dudstown Soundsystem
- Dirty Ol Knights [Matix , Grubby & Civil]
- Djendo (battle set)
- Turbohag
- With MC Beau

Dirty Ol' Knights and Revolver are proud present Home Brew. They are a smooth, refreshing hip hop ale that will make you feel golden and moist inside just like you did before big kids pants. They have a distinct feel-good sound and sincere lyricism that's relevant to New Zealand culture and their live act is so well executed you can barely tell that they have major substance abuse issues.

Also in support, from the South, is none other than Dudstown Sound System featuring MC Beau and Max Dad E with special guest Turbohags on the kuts. DJ Endo will also perform a 30min battle set as well as support from Dirty Ol’ Knights - Matix, Grubby & Civil. The evening will also be Hosted by MC Beau who knows just exactly how to rock the party! This one's all about hip hop music with a sprinkle new skool, glitch hop and DnB wobble at the end for all the electronica hip hop junkies out there.

Don't wait till the last minute and get you early bird tickets now.

Ticket info:

- Earlybird Tickets $15.00+BF
- General Admission $20.00+BF

Grab ya tickets now by clicking on the link above.

Limited door sales on the night so, "grab online now" tickets also available from the following outlet:
- Quest Stores

Artis​t information​:

- Home Brew

Home Brew are a smooth, refreshing ale that will make you feel golden and moist inside just like you did before big kids pants. They have a distinct feel-good sound and sincere lyricism that's relevant to New Zealand culture and their live act is so well executed you can barely tell that they have major substance abuse issues.

Home Brew however refuse to do the same. They have turned down several offers from major record labels to create their own marketing model and cult fan base who respect and admire the honesty of their music and integrity of their independence. They have now officially (since James Brownʼs tragic passing) become the hardest working group in show biz. Headlining, managing and promoting their own national tour, bankrolling their own video shot by award winning director Chris Graham, marketing and maintaining their own clothing label 'Young, Gifted And Broke' and all the while making time for family, loved ones and drug related dependencies.

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