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Dead Kennedys To Tour Australia and New Zealand In November

by Paul Cashmere on August 8, 2018

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America’s epoch-making punk band Dead Kennedys will be back in Australia and New Zealand in November.

Dead Kennedys 2018 features original guitarist East Bay Ray, bass player Klaus Flouride and drummer D.H. Peligro. The current singer Ron ‘Skip’ Greer has been with the band since 2008 after replacing Jeff Penalty (2003-2008), who replaced Brandon Cruz (2001-2003). The original singer Jello Biafra left when the band disbanded in 1986 and did not return for the reunion in 2001.

Dead Kennedys most recent show was at the Sylak Open Air 2019 in France on 5 August, 2018.

Dead Kennedys setlist, Belgrade, Serbia, July 4, 2018

Forward to Death (from Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables, 1980)
Winnebago Warrior (from Plastic Surgery Disasters, 1982)
Police Truck (from compilation Give Me Convenience or Give Me Death, 1987)
Buzzbomb from Pasadena (from compilation Give Me Convenience or Give Me Death, 1987)
Let’s Lynch the Landlord (from Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables, 1980)
Jock-O-Rama (from Frankenchrist, 1985)
Kill the Poor (from Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables, 1980)
MP3 Get Off The Web (2011 unrecorded, originally called MTV Get Off The Air))
Too Drunk to Fuck (single, 1981)
Moon Over Marin (from Plastic Surgery Disasters, 1982)
Nazi Punks Fuck Off (from In God We Trust, Inc, 1981)
California Über Alles (from Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables, 1980)

Encore:
Bleed for Me (from Plastic Surgery Disasters, 1982)
Viva Las Vegas (from compilation Give Me Convenience or Give Me Death, 1987)
Holiday in Cambodia (from Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables, 1980)

Encore 2:
Chemical Warfare (from Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables, 1980)

Dead Kennedys will tour Australia for David Roy Williams.

Dead Kennedys dates

2 November, Sydney, Metro
3 November, Melbourne, Croxton
6 November, Adelaide, The Gov
7 November, Brisbane, The Triffid

New Zealand
9 November, Christchurch, The Foundry
10 November, Auckland, Powerstation

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