New Zealand’s dynamic Pop/Country duo, Mae Valley have announced their very first headlining tour. August and September will see Mae Valley play seven all ages shows throughout the North Island in towns including Hamilton, Wellington, New Plymouth and Auckland.
After releasing their debut self-titled EP, two incredible music videos for their singles ‘Brightside’ and ‘Glitter’ and opening for US Country superstar Kelsea Ballerini the girls, Hannah and Abby, are ready to hit the road and take their music to the people of New Zealand.
Mae Valley’s most recent music video for their single ‘Glitter’ was shot in multiple stunning locations in the South Island of New Zealand including Lake Tekapo, Lake Benmore, and a cave in a beach in Christchurch.
Thursday August 25th: The Butter Factory, Whangarei
Friday August 26th: Art Gallery, Tauranga
Thursday September 1st: Fielding Civic Centre – Concert Chamber, Fielding
Friday September 2nd: Zeal, Wellington
Saturday September 3rd: The Mayfair, New Plymouth
Friday September 9th: Tuning Fork, Auckland
Saturday September 10th: Agora Café, Hamilton
Tickets via Ticketmaster
In her most extensive headline tour of New Zealand this year, multi-award winning songstress Tami Neilson and her Hot Rockin’ Band of Rhythm are taking their hit show the ‘Songs Of Sinners’ on the road this May and June!
With just one week to go until the release of Australian hip hop group Bliss n Eso’s hugely anticipated sixth album Off The Grid (out Fri 28 Apr), it's now been announced the trio will hit the road for their first ever New Zealand headline national tour this July.
Celebrating the reissue of his first solo album, Baby I'm Bored (2003), Evan Dando will stop by New Zealand as part of his World Tour for two shows:
Vancouver duo Japandroids are heading to New Zealand for dates this July. The shows come hot on the heels of the band's acclaimed third album, Near To The Wild Heart Of Life.
The Amity Affliction has announced they will embark on a headlining national tour this July in support of their new album, This Could Be Heartbreak.
It was March 1977 when Alice Cooper, the architect of shock-rock, undertook his first ever concert tour of New Zealand – and broke attendance records.
One of the world’s most celebrated prog-rockers, Justin Hayward – the legendary voice of The Moody Blues – today announces a three-concert tour of New Zealand in October.
By Wal Reid
Push Push, a band that needs no introduction, are back on the comeback ‘trail’ so to speak. The iconic song Trippin’ is forever etched in Kiwi music fans minds, however after the nineties the band suddenly fell off the radar, begging the question: “Where are they now?”
Weather has forced Nadia Reid to postone tonight's show at The Tuning Fork in Auckland
Just a week out from their long-awaited return to the stage, Push Push release their four-track EP Talk2Me and a video for the title track today.