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The Exploited To Start Australia And New Zealand Tour Friday In Christchurch

by Paul Cashmere on December 2, 2015

in Live,News

The Exploited are on their way to Australia via New Zealand with the tour kicking off in Christchurch this Friday.

The Exploited were the next wave of Punk Rock after the Sex Pistols. The band exploded out of Edinburgh in 1979 and released their first album ‘Punks Not Dead’ in 1981.

The Australian and New Zealand tour is a rare up front punk rock experience.

The Exploited will tour for Tombowler and there are VIP packages for this tour.


1 x Ticket (Your name will be on an Oztix VIP Door List)
VIP Entry (no need to queue)
Early entry to watch THE EXPLOITED soundcheck
Exclusive Meet & Greet with THE EXPLOITED
Commemorative VIP Laminate
Limited Edition A3 thick card stock tour Poster
3 items signed by THE EXPLOITED
A photo with THE EXPLOITED on your personal camera


The Exploited performed in France on their way to Australia.

Setlist The Exploited November 22, 2015, Oignies, France

Let’s Start a War (Said Maggie One Day) 


Dogs of War 

UK 82 

Chaos Is My Life 

Dead Cities 


Noize Annoys 

Never Sell Out 

Troops of Tomorrow 
(The Vibrators cover) 

I Believe in Anarchy 

Holiday in the Sun 

Cop Cars 

Beat the Bastards 
(with Black Bomb A’s Arnaud) 

Fuck the System 

Porno Slut 

Army Life 

Fuck the USA 

Sex & Violence 
(with Black Bomb A’s Arnaud) 

Punks Not Dead 

Was It Me

The Exploited dates

December 4, Christchurch, Churchills
December 5, Wellington, San Fran
December 6, Auckland, Kings Arms Hotel

December 10, Brisbane, The Zoo
December 11, Sydney, Manning Bar
December 12, Melbourne, Max Watts
December 13, Adelaide, The Gov
December 14, Perth, Amplifier


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