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It's business tiiiiiiiiiime

The Kiwi duo have taken New York, now it's Mebourne's turn. Bret McKenzie and Germaine Clement hit the MCEC this July, both following some pretty solid post-Conchords success – McKenzie picked up an Oscar this year for his song from the Muppets film, 'Man or Muppet'; Clement stars in Men In Black III. If you have a soft spot for songs like 'It's Business Time' and 'Too Many Dicks on the Dancefloor' – and we certainly do – get in early. No word on whether Murray will be joining them yet.

A new show has been added. The duo will be playing at Rod Laver Arena, Sat 15 July.

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Address
The Plenary
1 Convention Centre Pl, South Wharf 3006

Telephone 03 9235 8000

Transport
Nearby Stations: Flinders Street; Southern Cross

Price $84.30

Date Sat 14 Jul 2012

Open 8pm

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