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Weird Al Yankovich

Weird Al Yankovic To Play Australia And New Zealand In January

by Paul Cashmere on September 28, 2015

in Live,News

Weird Al Yankovic will head to Australia and New Zealand for five dates in January 2016.

Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide will be treated to Al live while Auckland and Christchurch will also host the shows for New Zealand.

This is Weird Al’s Mandatory World Tour off the back of his 14th album ‘Mandatory Fun’ featuring piss-takes of songs by Parnell Williams, Robin Thicke, Iggy Azalea, Imagine Dragons and Lorde.

Weird Al Yankovic dates

January 2, Sydney, Enmore Theatre
January 3, Melbourne, The Palais
January 8, Adelaide, Thebarton

New Zealand
January 5, Auckland, Powerstation
January 6, Christchurch, Isaac Royal Theatre


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