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Anne-Marie Will Be Supported By Openside

Anne-Marie Will Be Supported By Openside At Her First Ever Headline Show In New Zealand Next March


Anne-Marie is the biggest UK debut artist of 2018!
• Joining her at her New Zealand show will be Auckland emo pop band Openside
• Anne-Marie’s debut album Speak Your Mind charted in the UK Top 3 and NZ Top 40.
• She has multiple hit singles include ‘2002’, ‘FRIENDS’ (with Marshmello), ‘Rockabye’ (with Clean Bandit and Sean Paul) and ‘Don’t Leave Me Alone’ (with David Guetta).


Breakout pop star Anne-Marie will perform her first ever New Zealand headline show next March and Frontier Touring are thrilled to announce that Kiwi hit makers Openside will open the show.

Led by gender non binary vocalist Possom Plows who is armed with one of the best young voices in the country, Openside are known for their emo pop anthems and high energy live shows. With two New Zealand Top 40 tracks already under their belt ‘No Going Back’ and ‘I Feel Nothing’, their examinations of identity and relationships are resonating with an ever-growing audience.

2018 has been a huge year for the quartet, clocking up their own national all ages headline tour as well as releasing an EP entitled Episode One: Character Flaws from which the title track has gained national pop radio support and featured on international playlists. Openside have played alongside acts such as Ellie Goulding, Panic! At The Disco and Twenty-One Pilots. With their exciting, entertaining and super fun live show, Openside are not an act to be slept on!



Anne- Marie’s highly anticipated debut album Speak Your Mind (Warner Music), has cemented Anne-Marie’s place as the UK’s biggest-selling debut artist of 2018. Charting in the NZ Top 40, Speak Your Mind broke the UK Top 3, and spent ten weeks in the Top 10.

Speak Your Mind features multiple hit singles including ‘2002’ co-written with global megastar Ed Sheeran, and brand new smash, ‘Perfect To Me’. Anne-Marie has also recently featured on Marshmello track ‘FRIENDS’ with over 5.2 million sales worldwide, ‘Rockabye’ alongside Clean Bandit and Sean Paul, the UK’s longest-running #1 in twenty two years. And ‘Don’t Leave Me Alone’ with David Guetta.

As the main support on Ed Sheeran’s 2018 stadium tour throughout the UK, Europe and the USA, Anne-Marie is no stranger to performing live, having spent two years touring with Rudimental as their lead live vocalist and selling out entire UK tours of her own.

Anne-Marie continues to delight fans across the globe with her incredible live shows and her 2019 New Zealand date with Openside is not to be missed!

Please note that Anne-Marie encourages fans to only buy tickets through the authorised outlets listed below to avoid disappointment, as tickets bought through resale sites may be refused entry. Fans who can no longer use their tickets can sell them at cost price to another fan by using the platform Twickets: this is the only company that Anne-Marie and Frontier Touring have authorised to assist fans in reselling tickets.

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