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Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa
$12 for an Adult Entry or $6 for Child to Module Live: The Music of Shatter, Friday 18 January at 7pm (value up to $22)
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- Say no to beach trips and the zoo, and give the kids something different to look forward.
- Grab an adult's pass to Module Live: The Music of Shatter. for just $12 or a child's pass for only $6.
- Enjoy a spectacular display of live instruments, lasers and lights that are bound to wow the senses.
Has trawling the beach with kids attempting to distract them by telling them to search for a pirate's lost treasure quickly become tiresome? Will one more trip to the zoo see you pulling your own hair out and joining the baboons in their enclosure?
Before you lose the plot completely, do something entirely different these school holidays by heading to Module Live: The Music of Shatter on Friday 18 January at 7pm at Soundings Theatre, Level 2. Te Papa. Grab an adult's pass for just $12 or a child's pass for only $6.
In association with Game Masters, Module (aka Jeramiah Ross) performs his critically acclaimed soundtrack from the award-winning video game Shatter– live. Featuring a heady fusion of French electro and 80s-inspired dance music, the Shatter soundtrack is widely acknowledged as one of the great video-game soundtracks of the last console generation. Millions have streamed it online, and over 30,000 copies have been sold. In this live show, Module single-handedly plays and loops a wide range of instruments live, including computers, synthesizers, and electric guitars. In true Module fashion, the show is a complete synaesthetic experience, featuring lasers, lights, and high production values.
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