Having graced these shores with her band Haitus Kaiyote for Splore earlier this year, singer Nai Palm is returning to New Zealand next month to perform solo. The captivating songstress will be appearing at brand new downtown Auckland venue REC.
Nai Palm comes to New Zealand this October having recently returned from touring both solo and with twice Grammy nominated Hiatus Kaiyote in numerous corners of the globe. With her she brings her always energetic and engaging live show presence and phenomenal vocal talent – a night not to be missed!
Saturday October 22nd: REC, Auckland
Tickets via JustTheTicketNZ
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