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AOTNZ Mundi Trio Tour

Prepare to be transported! Mundi Trio comprises Brazilian percussionist Ricardo Stuani, guitarist Chris Dabinett and flautist, vocalist, and composer Tamara Smith.

Deadbeat releases new single and video ‘Diamonds’

Deadbeat has today released the video for his heavy-hitting new drum and bass anthem and fourth single, ‘Diamonds’.

Outfield Music, Food & Arts Festival 2022 Adds P-Money And Flamingo Pier To The Mix

After a sold-out festival in 2021, Outfield Music, Food & Arts Festival returns on Saturday February 12, 2022, to the stunning Te Awanga Downs, Hawkes Bay.

Written by Wolves Announce Explosive Line-Up in Rescheduled Show

This promises to be the rock event of 2022, a concert which is going to kick off in an almighty manner.

Broods release new single ‘Like A Women’ with video

Broods dive into the new year with the release of ‘Like A Woman’, the rousing new single from the brother/sister duo’s forthcoming studio album ‘Space Island’ – Out Friday February 18.

Riffraff Promotions Announce Bay Rock 2022

Riffraff Promotions are proud to announce a trip both back in time and looking to the future, when NZ bands old and new come together for this brand-new festival taking place at the Historic Village Green in Tauranga on 12th February.

SKRAM Release New Single ‘Inside Your Head’

SKRAM is an exciting, magnetic new pop group in Aotearoa consisting of Henry Ashby on lead vocals and guitar, Felix Nesbitt on drums and vocals, and Lee Pryor on keyboards and bass.

Rod Stewart 2022 Tour Cancellation

Live Nation wishes to advise that due to ongoing travel restrictions and international border closures Sir Rod Stewart’s – The Hits! 2022 tour of Australia and New Zealand this April has, regrettably, been cancelled.

Theia curates all-ages queer club night for Pride

Some of the most loved acts on Tāmaki Makaurau’s vibrant queer scene are throwing a massive party this Pride month. The inaugural event, BABY Qz, will be held at the Tuning Fork on Friday, February 11.

Global hit musical Come From Away New Zealand season to be rescheduled

Producers, Rodney Rigby and Junkyard Dog today announce that the New Zealand season of the award-winning production, COME FROM AWAY, is being rescheduled due to the continuing impact of Covid-19 on the international border and the unpredictable nature of the Omicron variant.

Initially scheduled for 20 April 2022 in Auckland and 19 May 2022 in Wellington, the producers are disappointed to have to make this call but look forward to announcing the rescheduled dates shortly.

Producer Rodney Rigby said: “COME FROM AWAY has a large touring company and we felt it necessary to take a conservative view given the uncertainty around the reopening of the international border to meet our travel requirements.”

Ticketmaster will contact ticket holders with new dates as soon as possible. Producers thank New Zealanders for their support and can’t wait to bring the production to their shores.

COME FROM AWAY is based on the incredible real-life events in the wake of the September 11 tragedy. Set in Gander, Newfoundland where 38 planes carrying nearly 7,000 people from over 100 countries were redirected during this traumatic event, almost doubling the population of the remote Canadian town. Capturing the generosity and hospitality of the small community of Gander who invited the “come from aways” into their homes, it is an inspirational story of hope and humanity.

The kindness and spirit of humanity that ensued in the face of crisis; the indelible friendships forged and the anguish of not knowing what had happened to their loved ones, together with a rollicking Celtic-inspired soundtrack, make this musical one of the most celebrated to emerge from Broadway in recent history.

With book, music and lyrics by David Hein and Irene Sankoff, COME FROM AWAY is directed by Tony Award winner Christopher Ashley, choreographed by Olivier Award Winner Kelly Devine (Rock of Ages, Be More Chill), costume design by Toni-Leslie James (Jelly’s Last Jam), lighting design by Howell Binkley (Jersey Boys, Hamilton), and sound design by Gareth Owen (Diana, A Bronx Tale).

COME FROM AWAY has won numerous awards including the Tony Award for Best Direction of a Musical (Christopher Ashley), and four Olivier Awards including Best New Musical, Best Theatre Choreography (Kelly Devine), Best Sound Design and Outstanding Achievement in Music. Additionally, the musical has received five Outer Critics Circle Awards (New York) including Outstanding New Broadway Musical, three Drama Desk Awards (New York), four Gypsy Rose Lee Awards (Seattle) and six San Diego Critics Circle Awards including Outstanding New Musical.

The recent Australian season saw more accolades for the production, becoming the most successful musical ever staged at Melbourne’s Comedy Theatre, breaking box office records across the country, winning five Green Room awards, including Best Production and Best Ensemble, and voted Ticketmaster’s ‘Ticket of the Year’ by Australian audiences in 2019.