The Jordan Luck Band Announce NZ Winter Tour

Chris Cudby
/ Tuesday 6th April, 2021 9:50AM

  
  

Absolute icon of music in Aotearoa, Jordan Luck and his all-star band aren’t setting their sights low for 2021. Today they’ve announced their largest tour of Aotearoa in over a decade, seeing Luck’s merry team of Bryan Bell (Dead Flowers), Beaver (The D4), Rich Mixture (The D4, Dead Flowers) and Joe Walsh (Ekko Park) play a jam-packed run of 28 shows from June to early September — a testament to their fame in their homeland, as that’s the kind of schedule you’d more likely see a local group play across EU or the States. They’ll be keeping winter blues well at bay with singalong faves from throughout Luck’s storied career, including such Exponents classics as ‘Who Loves Who The Most?‘, ‘Victoria’, ‘Why Does Love Do This To Me?’ and ‘I’ll Say Goodbye’ to name just a few. The Jordan Luck Band will be joined on each and every date of the tour by Walsh’s band Ekko Park, whose latest album Horizon launched in August last year — scope out the tour details and score yourself tickets via the links below…

The Jordan Luck Band
Whatever Happened? – NZ Winter Tour w/ Ekko Park

Friday 11th June – Smash Palace, Gisborne

Saturday 12th June – Totara St, Mt Maunganui*

Friday 18th June – Butter Factory, Whangarei

Saturday 19th June – Mangawhai Tavern, Mangawhai

Friday 25th June – Cabana, Napier

Saturday 26th June – Copthorne Solway Park, Masterton

Thursday 1st July – Southland Muso’s Club, Invercargill

Friday 2nd July – Mornington Tavern, Dunedin

Saturday 3rd July – The Thomas Green, Gore

Thursday 8th July – Mussel Inn, Takaka

Friday 9th July – Playhouse Theatre, Nelson

Saturday 10th July – Paroa Hotel, Greymouth

Friday 16th July – Loan & Merc, Oamaru

Saturday 17th July – Vic Arms, Cromwell

Friday 23rd July – Artworks Theatre, Waiheke

Saturday 24th July – Waihi Beach Hotel, Waihi Beach

Friday 30 July – Tinwald Tavern – Ashburton

Saturday 31st July – Speights Ale House, Timaru

Friday 6th August – Butlers Reef, New Plymouth

Saturday 7th August – Pukekohe Cossie Club, Pukekohe

Friday 13th August – Paraoa Brewing Co., Whangaparaoa 

Saturday 14th August – Finns, Taupo

Friday 20th August – The Meteor, Hamilton

Saturday 21st August – The Brownzy, Browns Bay

Friday 27th August – The Lucky Bar, Whanganui

Saturday 28th August – San Fran, Wellington

Friday 3rd September – Good Home Ferrymead, Christchurch

Saturday 4th September – Good Home Ferrymead, Christchurch

All tickets available HERE via UTR

*Except Mt Maunganui tickets available via www.totarastreet.co.nz

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Press release:

Kiwi icon’s The Jordan Luck Band are thrilled to announce their biggest tour in over a decade. Packed with all the classic Exponents hits you know & love, the ‘Whatever Happened?’ NZ Tour will tear through the winter months with a whopping 28 shows over 13 weeks from June to September 2021.

From ‘Who Loves Who The Most?’ to ‘Victoria’…. ‘Why Does Love Do This To Me?’ to ‘Ill Say Goodbye’…. and so many more Kiwi classics, the Jordan Luck Band party will be sure to banish those winter blues!

Tour support comes from Auckland favourites ‘Ekko Park’, who have recently released their acclaimed 3rd album ‘Horizon’.

Linksjordanluckband.com

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