7:00 pm - 10:30 pm
30-32 Dee Street,
Julia Deans is heading South this August and September for a series of intimate shows to make up for songs unsung and gatherings ungathered.
One of many artists whose plans were cancelled due to Covid-19, she’s excited to be heading out to road-test new material for an upcoming album, alongside favourites from her critically acclaimed solo catalogue. With the 20th anniversary of Fur Patrol’s platinum-selling debut album ‘Pet’ looming (yes it has been that long!), she will also be diving into the Fur Patrol song archives to play songs of “youthful exuberance” alongside her more “grown-up” recent work.
These are small, cosy venues and tickets are strictly limited, so don’t miss out!
Sat 22 Aug – Grainstore Gallery, Oamaru
Wed 02 Sep – Grater Goods, Christchurch*
Thu 03 Sep – Dog With Two Tails, Dunedin
Fri 04 Sep – Tuatara Café, Invercargill
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