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Live Rust Postponed but with a Silver Lining

Radio13

Due to continuing uncertainty around Covid-19 levels, Liberty Stage, the promoter of the three-part concert series COME TOGETHER, today announces that the first tour, Neil Young's Live Rust, is being rescheduled to January 2021.

The new dates for Live Rust are:
Christchurch - 14 January - Isaac Theatre 
Wellington - 15 January - Opera House
Auckland - 16 January - Kiri Te Kanawa Theatre

The good news is that Liam Finn will now be available to join this epic line-up of artists, recreating the magic that bought critical acclaim last year when he teamed up with Jon Toogood, Samuel Flynn Scott, SJD, Delaney Davidson, Dianne Swann and Brett Adams to perform this iconic album, live on stage. The concert series will be under the direction of New Zealand’s acclaimed music producer Jol Mulholland.

"Jol's one of the most talented guys I know - he's got talent exuding from every pore." - Neil Finn

Performed in its entirety with a bonus set of New York classics spanning "Buffalo Springfield" to "Crazy Horse", this full-scale production will transport New Zealand audiences to a Neil Young rock gig they've only ever dreamed about.

Bridging solo acoustic jewels and explosive electrical storm, Live Rust sold platinum in the USA, but only in New Zealand did it reach #1, spending a staggering 50 weeks in the charts.

New Zealand, it's time to rock out!

Tickets and Info at libertystage.com

Before you go anywhere you should check out Brett Adams' Cortez the Killer solo from last year's concert!

 

Written By: Radio13