Ronan Keating has added a second Wellington show to his upcoming New Zealand tour.
Tickets to Ronan’s Wellington show at the Michael Fowler Centre have been eagerly purchased resulting in a ‘sell out show prompting the announcement of a second Wellington date on Sunday November 6, also at the Michael Fowler Centre.
Friday November 4th: Vector Arena, Auckland - Tickets via Ticketmaster
Saturday November 5th: Michael Fowler Centre, Wellington - SOLD OUT!
Sunday November 6th: Michael Fowler Centre, Wellington
Tickets to the newly announced Wellington show will go on sale at midday on Friday, August 5 via Ticketek.
My Live Nation members can be among the first to secure tickets during the pre-sale beginning midday this Wednesday, August 3.
Four of New Zealand’s most exciting and emerging rock acts hit the road this July, playing in five centres across the country.
Ed Sheeran has officially smashed the Australasian record for the largest number of stadium shows on one single tour, taking his current total of fourteen dates, to a phenomenal eighteen date stadium run across Australia and New Zealand.
alt-J, one of the most successful British bands of the millennium, are returning to play shows in New Zealand and Australia this December.
Starting out as a teenage duo, front woman Milly Tabak and lead guitarist Liam Pratt toured the country as The Miltones, gaining friends in far away places and sharing their earlier material such as the memorable Gypsy Queen and the more recent single Black Dahlia, which served as the duo’s debut single in 2014.
Get your party shirts ready! Punk rock super-group and cover band extraordinaire, Me First And The Gimme Gimmes are set to return our shores this October!
After Finn Andrew's intimate Auckland solo performance sold out within hours of announcing last Monday, a new date has been added to Andrews' small run of shows at the Leigh Sawmill Cafe on Saturday, June 17th.
Kiwi electro-pop princess Theia has announced her first headline tour of New Zealand to celebrate the upcoming release of her highly-anticipated debut EP.
Ministry, the American Industrial Metal Juggernaut led by Al Jourgensen take over New Zealand for two shows this September.
To meet the overwhelming demand extra shows have been announced for Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Auckland and Dunedin.
Due to overwhelming demand another Auckland show has been added to Yusuf / Cat Stevens’ New Zealand Tour.