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Musiq Soulchild 1st Ever New Zealand Tour

Musiq Soulchild 1st Ever New Zealand Tour

"Soul music is something that you can't fake. You're just expressing yourself. That's the magic in my music." These are the words of 11 time Grammy nominee and Soul Train Winner Musiq Soulchild.

The beloved singer is finally making his way to New Zealand for the very first time in his decade-plus career. He will be blessing his adoring fans with his sultry and captivating voice with show in Auckland. This is a rare opportunity for fans to see one of Neo-Soul's greatest performers up close and personal. Special guests NZ's finest AARADHNA, PIETER T & DJ REMINISE.

With his sixth studio album MusiqintheMagiq out now it's the ultimate opportunity to get reacquainted, or introduced, to the magic of Musiq Soulchild as the worldwide chart topper performs live in his first headline show in New Zealand.

AUCKLAND: Wed 12 Sept @ The Civic
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