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Aaradhna Announces ‘Sweet Soul Music’ NZ Shows this October!

Aaradhna Announces ‘Sweet Soul Music’ NZ Shows this October!

Fresh from LA to New Zealand, leading soulful songstress Aaradhna is returning home this October for shows in Auckland, Tauranga and Rotorua.

Taking her ‘Sweet Soul Music Tour’ on the road as part of a Labour Weekend Music Special, Aaradhna will play in Rotorua and Tauranga off the back of her performance at Auckland’s SoulFest, which also features big internationals includingMaxwell, D’Angelo and Mos Def.

Taking time out of her recording schedule with legendary label Truth & Soul - whose team who became household names producing and writing with huge acts such asAmy Winehouse, Adele and Aloe Blacc - Aaradhna is excited to return home and give Kiwi fans the first taste of some of her new material.

Aaradhna’s last album Treble & Reverb was certified gold earlier in the year and features huge tracks such as ‘Wake Up’, ‘Lorena Bobbit’ and ‘Great Man’.

Aaradhna is also looking forward to playing Raggamuffin Music Festival at Auckland’s Trust Arena on Saturday 13 December, alongside huge acts includingUB40’s Ali Campbell, Astro & Mickey Virtue, Chronixx, Ice Cube and Cypress Hill.

Tickets for Tauranga and Rotorua shows are available now from the following retailers at the limited early bird price of $25 until sold out, pre-sales will then be available for $30 or $35 on the door.


Aaradhna’s ‘Sweet Soul Music Tour’


Friday 24th Oct - The G2 Bar & Events Centre – Tauranga
With special guests 80K & Mesmerize, DJ Tiny
Doors 8PM
Tickets available now from eventfinda.co.nz or The Office Bar
Saturday 25th Oct - Lava Bar – Rotorua
With special guests DJ Sanka, Paul E
Doors 9PM
Tickets available now from eventfinda.co.nz or X Base Backpackers

Raggamuffin VIII
Saturday 13 December - The Trusts Arena – Auckland
UB40 / Ice Cube / Chronixx / Cypress Hill
Katchafire / House of Shem / FIJI / Che Fu & The Kratez / Etana
Sons of Zion / Aaradhna / P-Money & Gappy Ranks
Sammy Johnson & Brownhill / DJ Sirvere / Tomorrow People / Jafa Mafia Crew
TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW FROM TICKETMASTER.CO.NZ


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