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POSTPONED – GREAT GABLE All coming attractions

Thursday 29th October 2020 - 7:30pm

Ticket: $20 + booking fee

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Due to COVID-19 and current border restrictions Great Gable have postponed their upcoming NZ tour. All ticket holders will be contacted by the ticketing agency directly. Great Gable hope to reschedule this tour in due course, stay tuned for upcoming announcements. In the meantime here is a word from the band.

“Hello to all our Kiwi mates,

We were really hoping to be able to get over to see you in October, but sadly with COVID travel restrictions still in place it’s not able to happen at the moment. Our team is hard at work rescheduling the shows, so in the meantime sit tight, hold on to your tickets if you can and we’ll have new dates for you ASAP!

Thanks for all the love on our new album Tracing Faces, we can’t wait to get back to NZ once all this craziness is over and share the new songs with you.

Stay safe, big love, GG”



Doors Open: 7:30 pm – Show Time: 8:30 pm

This show has been rescheduled from it’s original date in April. A message from the band here

“Like all our mates in the music industry at the moment, we’re devastated to have to postpone our upcoming tour of Australia & New Zealand in April. With things changing so rapidly with COVID-19, we all feel this is the right thing to do and the most important thing is keeping everyone safe.

Our team has worked hard to pull together an even bigger run of shows in October and November to make up for missing these ones, plus we’ve added a bunch of extra shows across regional Australia in a lot of places we haven’t visited yet. We can’t wait to get back on the road to see you all – in the meantime, stay safe, buy merch and stream lots of music” x

After kicking off 2020 with a string of festival appearances at Falls Festival, Outfield Festival (NZ) and On The House, Great Gable are back on the road this April for a run of dates across Australia & New Zealand in support of their new single All My Friends.

A portion of sales from the All My Friends Tour will be invested into FEAT, a world-first initiative that allows artists to balance their carbon footprint from touring by investing into new and existing solar farms around Australia.

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