Melanie Martinez’s first ever headline show in New Zealand has sold out within the first two days of going on-sale.
Kiwi fans snapped up tickets immediately to see Melanie Martinez who has been causing tidal waves of interest around the world since the release of her debut album Cry Baby in 2015.
Melanie conceives and directs all of her companion videos, and her visuals and songs have been a worldwide online phenomenon with a staggering amount of views and downloads.
Her first headline show in New Zealand at Auckland’s Powerstation on Friday 12th August is now sold out.
Friday August 12th: The Powerstation, Auckland - SOLD OUT
By Jake Ebdale
Date / Venue: Thursday April 20th, 2017 - The Powerstation, Auckland
By Mark Derricutt
Over the last week there have been lots of discussion surrounding the unfortunate events at last weekend's Windhand/Cough show at Auckland's 'Kings Arms Tavern', and if there's one one thing to take away from it - it's that you should always be prepared for the worst, and have some form of plan for dealing with it.
LANY today announce details of their first New Zealand show to be held at Auckland's iconic music venue, The Powerstation on Wednesday 26th July.
By James Whitlock
Artist: Snarky Puppy
Date / Venue: Thursday April 6th, 2017 - The Powerstation, Auckland
Already announced for Australia’s Splendour In The Grass 2017, rap’s next big thing, Lil Yachty will make his New Zealand debut this July.
Snarky Puppy bring a night of horn-hollering soul hooks, floor-shaking beats and punchy jazz improv to Auckland’s Powerstation on Thursday 6th April - and we have a double pass to giveaway!
After mind-blowing contemporary jazz legends Snarky Puppy finish their set at the Powerstation on April 6, the party continues on to Neck of the Woods where members of the Grammy winning band will set up and continue playing into the night
Displaying formidable mixing and scratching skills and mixing tunes old and new, DJ Shadow will bring his This Mountain Will Fall tour to New Zealand this May for one show only at Auckland’s Powerstation on Friday June 2nd.
As their Australasian shows gets closer, electro-punk extraordinaires Crystal Castles have announced that Australian trio Crooked Colours will be joining them as the opening act for all five shows on the tour.