Due to updated production information, there will be a final limited release of new tickets across multiple categories for Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band's Christchurch concert on Tuesday 21 February 2017. These tickets will go on sale through Ticketek at 12pm next Monday 7th November 2016.
Tickets for Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band’s Auckland concert on Saturday 25th February 2017 are also available now in multiple categories through Ticketmaster.
Also, in Australia, a third and final show will be added at Perth Entertainment Centre on Sunday 22 January, a second and final show at Melbourne’s AAMI Park on Saturday 4 February and a second and final show at Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena on Thursday 9 February.
Two of New Zealand’s indie rock heavyweights have joined forces again for a short tour over the coming Queens Birthday weekend.
America’s favourite hype man - Fatman Scoop – is coming to New Zealand for the very first time this May, with support from UK beat man DJ Bluey.
UK pop legend and relentless explorer Alison Moyet will be touring Australia and New Zealand in October 2017, as part of her recently announced world tour. This will be her first visit to this region in over 30 years.
Cosmic Shambles LIVE are bringing their one-night-only tasting menu of witty stand-up, fascinating scientific explorations and big name musicians to Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch this April!
Mitch James has been catapulted into the hearts, minds and playlists of Kiwis with the recent success of his debut #1 New Zealand airplay single Move On, and to celebrate Mitch will embark on his very first nationwide tour, playfully named Humble Roadie Tour presented by Spark and Spotify.
Following the recent announcement of Thomas Oliver's forthcoming album Floating In The Darkness, the Wellington based singer-songwriter is about to embark on an eight date tour of New Zealand.
Mel Parsons has spent the last few years dividing her time between touring the world and performing her solo show in some of New Zealand’s remotest woolsheds. But this May, the Kiwi favourite will embark on her first tour with a full band since 2015, taking in the country’s main centres.
Bonafide Kiwi legend Dave Dobbyn is celebrating 40 years as a songwriter, recording artist and performer with a nationwide tour taking in twelve centres this April.
By Wal Reid
Kiwi rockers Head Like a Hole, or more affectionately known to fans as HLAH, have seen a few things in their time. Guitarist Nigel Regan jokes at the thought of playing ‘starkers’ again citing, “I think I’m a bit soft around the middle to get naked these days.”
Legendary New Zealand band Head Like A Hole will embark on a 13 date national tour in May to mark the 25th anniversary and the re-release of their debut album '13'.
Fortunes’ return to New Zealand this May, playing Wellington’s Caroline on May 5, and Auckland’s REC on May 6 - following their appearance at Laneway Festival earlier this year.