As I mentioned in my previous review for Slayer, it’s been a bit of a rough weekend. But this weekend also saw metalheads unite to see some awesome live bands and have a good time. This show was originally an Ozzy Osbourne headline show, however, Ozzy had to cancel due to illness. So it changed … Continue reading Concert Review: Judas Priest Live In Auckland
A gloomy, overcast Auckland day didn’t put off anyone as hoards of fans in Red Hot Chilli Peppers tee’s stormed Spark Arena. Thankfully the rain held off for a bit, or at least until the lines were short enough that only a few people got wet. Apart from the dedicated fans still waiting in the … Continue reading Concert Review: Red Hot Chili Peppers
Heavy metal legends Metallica have announced that they will be bringing their WorldWired tour to New Zealand. They will play at Mt. Smart Stadium in Auckland on October 31 with support from Slipknot. Tickets go on sale to the general public Monday, March 18 from 2pm from HERE. Ticket pricing: A Reserve: $252.20 B Reserve: … Continue reading Metallica Announce NZ Show With Slipknot
2019 US Grammy Award-winning rockers Greta Van Fleet have rescheduled their recently cancelled New Zealand show for September! The band had to, unfortunately, postpone the Auckland leg of their “March of the Peaceful Army” World Tour in February due to their Grammy nomination. On Sunday, the band took out their first ever Grammy Award for … Continue reading Greta Van Fleet Announces New NZ Date
Possessing one of the most streamed voices on the planet, MØ will arrive in New Zealand with her latest album Forever Neverland tucked securely under her arm. MØ will perform one show at Shed 10 in Auckland on April 23. General tickets on sale Monday 18th February at 11am from HERE.
Making waves across the globe with recent singles ‘The Best You Had’ and ‘Loyal To Me’, streaming sensation Nina Nesbitt has today announced a show at Auckland's Tuning Fork. Saturday, June 1st - The Tuning Fork, Auckland Tickets go on sale at 12pm Monday, February 11 from HERE.
I knew George Ezra drew a wide demographic but I have to say it was quite the range at Spark Arena last night. There were really young people, mainly female, and a lot of families. Also the odd older person, particularly mums clearly having a night off. Like Lily Allen, this show was in theatre … Continue reading Concert Review: George Ezra Live In Auckland