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Electro-pop princess Theia announces headline tour of NZ

Electro-pop princess Theia announces first headline tour of New Zealand


Kiwi electro-pop princess Theia has announced her first headline tour of New Zealand to celebrate the upcoming release of her highly-anticipated debut EP.

Proudly presented by ZM and Eccles Entertainment, Theia and her band will play Neck of the Woods in Auckland on Thursday, July 6; Meow in Wellington on Friday, July 7 and Blue Smoke in Christchurch on July 8.

It will be the first time Theia has played shows for the public in Auckland, Wellingtonand in her home-town of Christchurch. Special guests will open for Theia in each city.

The tour marks the June 30 release of Theia’s self-titled EP, which contains her hit song ‘Roam’, as well as the soaring anthem ‘Champagne Supernova’ and her current single ‘Treat You’.

Click HERE to watch the video for ‘Treat You’, which has just dropped!

The six-track record captures Theia at a career-defining moment in time and establishes the young Kiwi singer as a rare talent with a glittering future ahead of her.

Over summer 2016/2017, Theia performed her first-ever lives shows on the Electric Coastline Tour with Broods and Kings. She then played her first Australian tour in April, supporting electro act The Kite String Tangle in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. She’s now just returned from Los Angeles, where she was invited to play an industry showcase at the prestigious MUSEXPO.

Don’t miss your chance to see one of New Zealand’s brightest emerging acts in three intimate venues this July.

Tickets on sale Wednesday, May 24 at 12pm - www.ticketmaster.co.nz

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