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Fly My Pretties Homeland Tour Kicks Off In Kaitaia!

Fly My Pretties Homeland Tour Kicks Off In Kaitaia!


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Last Saturday the Fly My Pretties Homeland cast came together at 'the tail of the fish' to create a new basket of songs for their fifth live album. Each artist brought two songs to the table in the hope the collective might be able to piece together a new album. Every single artist has brought such pure gold that the Homeland Tour set is a now a 28 song journey.

The band's basket is overflowing with truly amazing songs. Songs that the Loopcrew are lucky enough to be listening to as we write this email from the amazing Te Ahu Centre Hall in Kaitaia (thanks Kaitaia by the way)!

This is a special group of people and we are already brimming with good vibes about the show we are about to bring you! Certain shows have sold out but the town next door may not have. Get amongst Fly My Pretties 5 and witness something special. 

We also want to announce, we are adding a second show in Wanaka on Friday September 27th. Tickets will be on sale today at 2pm from Ticketek here

They say – “a fish without its tail has no direction”. We say – “this tail is wagging and here we come New Zealand!"

The Homeland Tour starts in the mighty Kaitaia tomorrow night and ends on October the 2nd in Invercargill.

You can follow the FMP journey from North to South on Instagram here and via our special YouTube channel here.

Stuff.co.nz & More FM present
FLY MY PRETTIES – HOMELAND TOUR
Thursday 05 September: Te Ahu, Kaitaia
Friday 06 September: Turner Centre, Kerikeri – SOLD OUT
Saturday 07 September: Forum North Expo Hall, Whangarei – SOLD OUT
Sunday 08 September: Town Hall, Dargaville
Tuesday 10 September: Mercury Theatre, Auckland – SOLD OUT
Wednesday 11 September: Mercury Theatre, Auckland – SOLD OUT
Thursday 12 September: Founders Theatre, Hamilton
Friday 13 September: The Devon Hotel, New Plymouth
Saturday 14 September: The Royal Wanganui Opera House, Wanganui
Sunday 15 September: Hawke’s Bay Opera House, Hastings
Wednesday 18 September: The Opera House, Wellington
Thursday 19 September: The Opera House, Wellington
Friday 20 September: Nelson School of Music, Nelson – SOLD OUT
Saturday 21 September: NBS Theatre, Westport
Sunday 22 September: Festival Club, Christchurch (2 shows) – SOLD OUT
Monday 23 September: Festival Club, Christchurch – SOLD OUT
Wednesday 25 September: Ashburton Events Centre, Ashburton
Thursday 26 September: The Union Hall, Dunedin
Friday 27 September: Wanaka Events Centre, Wanaka - NEW SHOW
Saturday 28 September: Wanaka Events Centre, Wanaka – SOLD OUT
Sunday 29 September: Queenstown Memorial Hall, Queenstown
Wednesday 02 October: The Civic Theatre, Invercargill
For tour info head to: loop.co.nz/events/upcoming
Thanks to Moa Brewing Company, Phoenix Organics Drinks, Yealands Estate Wines, Creative New Zealand, Ticketek, Jucy Rentals and Bluebridge.

ENDS

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