The stage is set for the return of Ladyhawke.
The super-talented Kiwi singer-songwriter is back in New Zealand to play two gigs as part of her Wild Things tour, which has been wowing audiences around the world.
Ladyhawke, whose real name is Pip Brown, and her band will perform at Wellington’s Bodega on Friday, July 22 with support from DJ Martyn Pepperell. Pepperell is a well-known and loved Wellington DJ and music identity.
Ladyhawke performs at the Powerstation in Auckland on Saturday, July 23, with Openside as support.
The Auckland-based Openside have had a massive year, picking up a bunch of attention for their catchy single ‘Branches’, as well as winning over a ton of new fans opening for Twenty One Pilots in Auckland and playing at the inaugural Auckland City Limits Festival. The band have caused a stir online with their incredible covers of Taylor Swift’s'Style' and Major Lazer’s 'Lean On'.
Ladyhawke’s two New Zealand shows follow sold-out gigs in the UK, the States and Australia’s East Coast. And in keeping with her reputation as one of music’s most enigmatic performers, the Masterton-born singer has drawn rave reviews.
The Wild Things world tour follows the recent release of her critically acclaimed third album of the same name, which contains the catchy singles ‘A Love Song’ and ‘The River’.
Thursday July 21: CPSA, Christchurch - tickets via Ticketek
Friday July 22 – Bodega, Wellington - tickets via Ticketek
Saturday July 23 – Powerstation, Auckland - tickets via Ticketmaster