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Brooke Fraser Returns With New Single

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Thursday 5th August

Brooke Fraser Returns With New Single, Tour And Album News

It’s everything you could want really if you were a fan of one of New Zealand’s most popular artists of recent times.

Multi-platinum selling award winner and jetset bohemian Brooke Fraser has sent news from her current base in Los Angeles that she has a new single on the airwaves today, an album in the pipeline and a main centre tour to follow.

The uplifting summery romp of “Something In The Water” is a delightful return from afar by one of the country’s most loved songwriters and performers.

“Something In The Water” is the first taste of Brooke’s third album, Flags, which is due for release 11th October.

The single itself is available as a digital downloads from all outlets including Itunes from today, Thursday 5th August.

And Brooke returns from the States with her band for a series of very special shows at the end of October, hitting New Zealand’s main centres at the start of a tour that will take her right across the world before Christmas.

Tickets for the tour go on sale Monday 16 August

More information can be found online at


October 26th Dunedin - Town Hall
50 The Octagon, Dunedin

October 27th Christchurch - James Hay Theatre
86 Kilmore Street, Christchurch

October 29th Wellington - Opera House
111 / 113 Manners Street, Te Aro

October 30th Auckland - Civic Theatre
Corner of Queen Street and Wellesley Street, Auckland City

October 31st Hamilton - Clarence Street Theatre
59 Clarence Street


DUNEDIN - Ticket Direct 0800 4 TICKET



AUCKLAND - The Edge ticketing 0800 BUY TICKET

HAMILTON - Ticketek 0800 TICKET


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