Indie-pop duo Tegan And Sara have announced they are returning to our shores, playing one show only at Auckland’s Bruce Mason Centre, Saturday 11 March, 2017.
Continuing their Love You To Death tour in support of their eighth studio album, which was released back in June, the show marks the first true chance for Kiwi fans enjoy a full set from the pair, last in New Zealand to open for Jack Johnson in 2010.
Known for constantly reinventing their sound, firstly from their acoustic roots to indie rock royalty and now into a transcendent pop vibe, Love You To Death has seen Tegan and Sara globally embraced by the mainstream, playing shows across Europe, Asia, Central and South America, as well as a full North American tour. Vibrant and visionary with explosive production, the ten-track album is a serving of 2016 pop at its absolute best.
The Canadian twin sisters have racked up an impressive collection of numbers in their 17-year career, selling more than one million albums, earning one Double Platinum and seven Gold certifications, taking home three Juno Awards, claiming two Polaris Prize nominations and a Grammy nomination.
Effortlessly spanning the boundaries of genre and culture, Tegan and Sara have hit the top of their game, with no signs of slowing.
Tegan And Sara
Saturday March 11th: Bruce Mason Centre, Auckland
Tickets via Ticketmaster
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