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Mitch James adds extra all-ages gig to NZ tour

Chart-topping pop sensation Mitch James has added an extra date to his upcoming SOLD OUT Bright Blue Skies NZ Tour, which kicks off in Nelson with back-to-back shows at the Theatre Royal on June 27 and June 28 and wraps up at the Ngaio Marsh Theatre in Christchurch on July 18.

Tickets to all of the Kiwi singer-songwriter’s shows on the Bright Blue Skies Tour were snapped up within a matter of weeks, with only a handful left for the Dunedin show at the Town Hall on July 9. To cater to the overwhelming demand, James will now play a second show for all ages in Wellington at the Hunter Lounge on July 14.

Get remaining tickets here.
See below for full list of shows and venues.

Kiwi four-piece indie pop-rockers Mako Road will open for James, who is playing a string of shows - including a sold out gig in London - in late May. He will also make an appearance at this year’s Ohakune Mardi Gras on June 22.

Mitch James’ self-titled gold-certified debut album has dominated the charts and amassed more than 80 million streams on Spotify, since its release last year. The record contains four Gold certified singles, including current single ‘Bright Blue Skies’, ‘Old News’, ‘All The Ways To Say Goodbye’ and '21.


Mitch James – Bright Blue Skies Tour:

UK DATES

May 21 – Borderline, London
May 22 – Thousand Island, London – sold out
May 24 – Dot to Dot, Manchester
May 25 – Dot to Dot, Bristol
May 26 – Dot to Dot, Nottingham

NZ DATES

June 27 – Theatre Royal, Nelson – SOLD OUT
June 28 – Theatre Royal, Nelson, SOLD OUT
June 29 – The Powerstation, Auckland, SOLD OUT
July 6 – Totara Street, Tauranga, SOLD OUT
July 9 - Town Hall, Dunedin
July 13 – Hunter Lounge, Wellington SOLD OUT
July 14 – Hunter Lounge, Wellington – new ALL AGES show added
July 18 – Ngaio Marsh Theatre, Christchurch, SOLD OUT

Remaining tickets from https://www.mitchjamesmusic.com

Listen to Mitch James here.

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