'An evening with Sigur Rós' will showcase the Icelandic trio returning to New Zealand for the first time in over a decade, playing Auckland's Vector Arena on Friday 21st July.
For the first time, Sigur Ros are touring without a support act, offering instead an extended evening of two sets separated by an intermission.
The now three-piece will be pulling many of their best-loved songs from their extensive back catalogue as well as new material written for their forthcoming eighth studio album.
Sigur Ros bring their full production to New Zealand for the tour, designed and executed by the team who have worked on the group’s stunning visual experiences and won prestigious Knights of Illumination awards in the process.
Friday 21st July: Vector Arena, Auckland
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