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Sol3 Mio announce South Island tour due to demand

When Sol3 Mio announced North Island only dates for their Back to Basics tour, two things happened. Tickets sold like hotcakes, and South Island fans made it clear that they wanted their own tour ASAP. Today Sol3 Mio confirm that they’ll take the Back to Basics tour to five South Island centres in May. Tickets go on sale at 9am today at sol3mio.com.

“It’s been amazing to see the response to the Back to Basics tour,” said Sol3 Mio’s Pene Pati. “Five of our North Island dates have already sold out.”

“South Island fans have made it clear that we have to go down to see them, and we’ve found a week in May where we can fit in five concerts. I’ll be flying home straight after performing La Traviata in Hawaii just to make sure the South Island doesn’t miss out on seeing us this year!”

The Back to Basics tour features Sol3 Mio as they started out - three voices and a piano, singing songs from the operatic canon and popular music songbooks, and telling stories in the inimitable Sol3 Mio style. The South Island dates purposely bring New Zealand’s favourite musical trio into theatres, so they can interact with their audience like they did in the early days.

Don’t wait around on this one. Get your tickets while you can - official ticketing links available at www.sol3mio.com.



SOL3 MIO BACK TO BASICS TOUR

NORTH ISLAND
8 March, Baycourt, Tauranga - SOLD OUT
9 March, Black Barn, Hawkes Bay - Limited tickets available
14 March, TSB Showplace, New Plymouth - Limited tickets available
15 March, Regent Theatre, Palmerston North - Limited tickets available
16 March, Opera House, Whanganui - SOLD OUT
17 March, Great Hall, Auckland Town Hall, Auckland - SOLD OUT
23 March, Turner Centre, Kerikeri - SOLD OUT
24 March, Forum North, Whangarei - SOLD OUT

SOUTH ISLAND DATES JUST ADDED
26 May, ASB Theatre, Blenheim
28 May, James Hay Theatre, Christchurch
30 May, Opera House, Oamaru
31 May, Regent Theatre, Dunedin
2 June, Civic Theatre, Invercargill

Remaining tickets for the North Island concerts and the full South Island tour are available now via www.sol3mio.com.


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