Tech N9ne Australian and New Zealand Tour 2015
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Saturday 28th February
CHRISTCHURCH The Bedford
Wednesday 11th March
BRISBANE Eatons Hill
Thursday 12th March
ADELAIDE The Gov
Sunday 1st March
AUCKLAND The Studio
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Monday 2nd March
WELLINGTON Bodega
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Tuesday 3rd March
WELLINGTON Bodega
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Wednesday 4th March
AUCKLAND The Studio
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Friday 6th March
MELBOURNE 170 Russell St
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Saturday 7th March
SYDNEY Manning Bar
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Friday 13th March
PERTH The Bakery
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VIP Meet & Greet Packages
  • 1 x Ticket (Your name will be on an Oztix VIP Door List)
  • VIP Entry (no need to queue)
  • Exclusive Meet & Greet with TECH N9NE
  • Commemorative VIP Laminate
  • Limited Edition A3 thick card stock tour Poster
  • 3 items signed by TECH N9NE
  • A photo with TECH N9NE on your personal camera
Saturday 28th February
CHRISTCHURCH The Bedford
VIP Sold Out
Sunday 1st March
AUCKLAND The Studio
VIP Sold Out
Friday 6th March
MELBOURNE 170 Russell St
VIP Sold Out
Saturday 7th March
SYDNEY Manning Bar
VIP Sold Out
Wednesday 11th March
BRISBANE Eatons Hill
VIP Sold Out
Thursday 12th March
ADELAIDE The Gov
VIP Sold Out
Friday 13th March
PERTH The Bakery
VIP Sold Out
Tech N9ne Australian and New Zealand Tour 2015
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"No one puts on a show like Tech N9ne!! From beginning to end it's a non stop party."

"one of the greatest and most entertaining and skilled rappers alive at their prime ... Tech N9ne isn't a show to be missed. Ever."

"He creates a kind of atmosphere and energy that you won't experience anywhere else. I promise you, going to a concert will change your life."

"The way he interacts with the crowd is unlike any other artist I have ever seen. If your not a hip hop fan, even you would appreciate his performance."

"Dudes stage show is amazing! Rhymes so fast he melts the mic."

"Pop locking skills; Motown like moves; and machine gun type flowing." – Valencia Voice

"His energy on stage can be measured in fictional giga-watts!" – Nuvo

"The audience absolutely loved it; there was so much energy that night" – KZSC

"Lablemate Krizz Kaliko joined Tech N9ne on stage for a few joint songs. The two never lost a breathe in between rapping, pop locking, jumping and crowd control" – Journal Sentinel

"the crowd got so loud that it was hard to tell what was going on" – Syphersights

Tech N9ne has sold over two million albums and has had his music featured in film, television, and video games.

His stage name originated from the TEC-9 semi-automatic handgun, a name given to him by rapper Black Walt due to his fast-rhyming Chopper style. He later applied a deeper meaning to the name, saying that it stands for the complete technique of rhyme, with "tech" meaning technique and "nine" representing the number of completion.

Tech N9ne rejoiced on the career-defining song “Strange 2013,” his collaboration with The Doors. Tech N9ne named his Strange Music label with partner Travis O’Guin after the icon rock group’s songs “Strange Days” and “People Are Strange.” As a black fan of rock and rap growing up in Missouri, Tech N9ne grew up thinking he was “strange”. Getting to work with the surviving members of The Doors on “Strange 2013,” a reworking of “Strange Days,” is one of the proudest moments of his ground breaking career.

“If it wasn’t for their fusion of music, I would have never told Travis I wanted to call the joint venture that we have Strange Music,” Tech N9ne explains. “That’s why ‘Strange 2013’ meant so much to me. Now, when I listen to it, I smile, like, ‘I did that.’ They’re the ones that inspired me. It’s the thing keeping me alive and putting my kids through college, because I was a Doors fan.”

Today, millions of people are Tech N9ne fans. He became known as an innovative rapper in the 1990s because of his trendsetting ability to rap at breakneck speed, to rap backwards and, soon thereafter, to also deliver riveting personal songs that examined his own inner demons, as evidenced throughout such memorable cuts as “Tormented” and “Real Killer.” In the 2000s, Tech N9ne hit the road relentlessly, becoming one of rap’s premier touring acts.

Tech N9ne is featured on Lil Wayne's ninth studio album Tha Carter IV on the song "Interlude". The track features a verse from Tech and Andre 3000 (Outkast). With 2012’s “Hostile Takeover 2012 Tour,” Tech N9ne holds the title of headlining the longest continuous tour in rap history. Even with all these accolades and the impressive list of artists Tech N9ne features on Something Else, he sounds as fresh and hungry as he did when he first started releasing music commercially more than a decade ago. “I’ve got a chip on my shoulder,” Tech N9ne says. “I’ve still got a lot to prove. That’s why I still rap so hard. I’m always trying to get better and better. I’m not softening it.”

Something Else album was released on July 30, 2013 to universal critical acclaim. The album, which is broken up into three portions — Earth, Water & Fire, features guest appearances from B.o.B, Big K.R.I.T., Cee Lo Green, The Doors, Game, Kendrick Lamar, Serj Tankian, T-Pain, Trae tha Truth and Wiz Khalifa, among others.

Tech N9ne has appeared on countless TV shows, in movies and featured on video games, now its Australia and New Zealand’s time to be witness to one of the greatest live shows in Hip-Hop period.

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