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Macklemore & Ryan Lewis live in New Zealand

MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS
With Special guests Thundamentals

MONDAY MARCH 7, 2016 – Grammy-Award winning superstars MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS will bring their show-stopping THIS UNRULY MESS I’VE MADE world tour presented by Spark Thanks to New Zealand this July for their biggest tour yet!

The duo behind 2015’s smash hit ‘Downtown’ will play Auckland’s Vector ArenaThursday July 28 and Horncastle Arena in Christchurch on Saturday July 30.

Spark customers will be able to access a special pre-sale commencing 11am Tuesday March 8. My Live Nation members may also be among the first to access tickets during the pre-sale commencing at 1pm Thursday March 10. For complete tour and ticketing details, visit: livenation.co.nz.

More than three years after releasing their Grammy-winning debut album THE HEIST - featuring worldwide smash hits ‘Thrift Shop’ and ‘Same Love’ - Macklemore & Ryan Lewis are back with their official sophomore LP, titled THIS UNRULY MESS I’VE MADE, released globally February 26. The album arrives after the success of the group's comeback single, ‘Downtown’, that also featured pioneering MCs Kool Moe Dee,Grandmaster Caz and Melle Mel, which they performed at the MTV Video Music Awards last August. THIS UNRULY MESS I’VE MADE also features collaborations with Ed Sheeran (‘Growing Up’), Idris Elba and Anderson .Paak (‘Dance Off’) and Leon Bridges(‘Kevin’).

In an open letter on his website, Macklemore describes disappearing into the wilderness of America’s Pacific North-West to embrace the recording process. “I had to figure out how to use my voice again. So, we went ghost. The Irish Goodbye, into the woods, in the dead of winter. We bought a 1985 Suburban, loaded up some equipment and left town.”

Joining Macklemore & Ryan Lewis this July will be none other than Sydney’s hometown hero’s Thundamentals. Bringing their jaw dropping live show and groove laden tunes,Thundamentals will treat fans to their eclectic production and mix of easy going, catchy and thought provoking lyrics.

VECTOR ARENA, AUCKLAND
THURSDAY JULY 28

HORNCASTLE ARENA, CHRISTCHURCH
SATURDAY JULY 30

TICKETS ON SALE MIDDAY FRIDAY MARCH 11

Spark pre-sale: 11am March 8 until 11am March 10
My Live Nation & Ticket agent pre-sales: 1pm March 10 until 10am March 11

For complete tour and ticket information, visit: www.livenation.co.nz


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