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Sharon Needles Battle Axe BNE Tour

In The Dark & FLUFFY Presents
1 Hour Exclusive Production Show

Her first album was rated PG-13, next up she killed us with Taxidermy, now the ol’ Battle Axe has dropped her third record and it’s a banger! The Queen of Halloween is coming back down under in January with a full 1 hour Battle Axe show. Accompanied by her piano playing ghoul, Sharon will scare the pants off you with her signature brand of spooky!

So change your dirty diaper and bring your black liquorice, it’s time to party with Needles!

Tickets are on sale now and start from $20 + Booking Fee and Early Bird Meet & Greet $60 + B/F

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1294777893962070/

More info: https://ozclubbers.com.au/calendar/event/295-sharon-needles-battle-axe-bne-tour/

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