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Marlon Williams - Second Auckland Town Hall Show Announced

Marlon Williams - Due To Unprecedented Demand Second Auckland Town Hall Show Announced + Dunedin Venue Upgraded To The Dunedin Town Hall

On the back of his latest record Make Way For Lovedebuting at the number one spot in New Zealand, it is clear that New Zealand cannot get enough of Marlon Williams.

Today, it is with great delight that Marlon announces a second and fully seated Auckland Town Hall show and, an upgrade of the Dunedin venue from Glenroy Auditorium to The Dunedin Town Hall this May.

Released just last month, Marlon’s sophomore album Make Way For Love has been receiving high praise from both fans and critics alike.

“You only get a voice and presence like Marlon Williams once or twice a generation, and if you’re under a certain age, chances are what he offers is quite unlike anything you might have experienced before.” SNIFFERS

“A beautiful, honest breakup album from an old soul, 5 stars” NZ Herald

“9 out of 10. An instant classic. It’s timeless. It could have been recorded anytime in the past 60 years” on Newstalk ZB.

Currently in the midst of a mammoth international tour, these will be the first New Zealand audiences to hear Make Way For Love live and all shows are selling fast. Don’t miss Marlon Williams with full band live and Julia Deans as support this May across New Zealand.

“The word “crooner” is terribly overused in music writing, but if it were ever appropriate for an artist, it’s New Zealand-based Marlon Williams. Holy s**t what a voice!” – Paste Magazine


Sat. May 19 — Wellington @ Hunter Lounge | SOLD OUT

Sun. May 20— Wellington @ Hunter Lounge | SELLING FAST

Tue. May 22 — Dunedin @ Dunedin Town Hall | UPGRADED + SELLING FAST
(GA and reserved seating available)

Wed. May 23 — Christchurch @ Foundry | SELLING FAST

Fri. May 25 — Auckland @ Auckland Town Hall | SELLING FAST

Sat. May 26 — Auckland, NZ @ Auckland Town Hall |


New Auckland show: Ticketmaster Pre-Sale
Begins: Tue 20 March (12pm NZDT)
Ends: Wed 21 March (12pm NZDT)
(unless allocation is exhausted earlier).
General Public On-sale Thu 22 March 12pm (NZDT)


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