The final quarter of the year in New Zealand will be filled with a variety of concerts from musicians from all over the world.
Music fans look forward to seeing their favourite artists perform live—waiting online or in lines to buy tickets early, hiring services to print custom stickers in NZ, buying posters and other merchandise, and following their artist’s activities in social media. Music fans in New Zealand have so much to look forward to towards the end of the year.
Pink – Spark Arena | September 4, 5, 7, 8
Her fans are looking forward to her concert in New Zealand, getting ready with their posters, custom stickers in NZ, concert tickets, and more. Pink is known for her acrobatic acts and aerial performances during her concerts. She has also wowed her online and live audience with her AMA performances, featuring her powerful vocals and amazing energy on stage. Following her Beautiful Trauma tour this year, she will be performing in New Zealand this September. She recently cancelled her concert in Qudos Bank Arena due to flu, posting online and apologising to her fans. Event organisers are to announce the reschedule date on their website and Facebook once arrangements are set.
Sam Smith – Spark Arena | November 2, 3
British singer Sam Smith will perform with a full backing band in November, Popular for his heartfelt lyrics and melodies, he reveals that his goal is to make everyone feel emotionally full after the concert, and even recommends to pour a glass of white wine before going.
Dionne Warwick – ASB Baypark Arena | November 11
Five time Grammy Award winner Dionne Warwick is set to have a concert in November as part of a Baypark concert series which aims to bring more entertainment options to Tauranga. She has been in the industry for more than five decades, gracing the world with 75 hit singles, and has sold over 100 million records. She has collaborated with Gladys Knight,Elton John, Burt, and BacharachStevie Wonder. Tickets sale started last August 13.
2Cellos – The Civic | December 3
The popular Croatian cellist duo Luka Sulic and Stjepan Hauser has been gaining popularity because of their diverse musical genre, including rock, pop, film, and classical. They have garnered more than 22 million views on YouTube for their Game of Thrones theme medley. Catch them at The Civic this December.