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Sol3 Mio announce 2016 nationwide tour

Sol3 Mio announce 2016 nationwide “on another note” album tour

Following the news that their highly anticipated second album “On Another Note” will be released on October 9, Sol3 Mio are proud to announce a huge national tour of the same name for 2016.

The last two Sol3 Mio national runs were the biggest and most successful local artist tours of all time. The 2016 New Zealand tour will be bigger still as Sol3 Mio will play 12 dates across the country in February and March. The tour will follow their upcoming “Christmas in the Vines” shows at Waipara Hills in Canterbury on December 19 and Villa Maria Estate in Auckland on December 20.

Tenor brothers Pene and Amitai Pati and their Baritone cousin Moses Mackay will present material from their new album along with favourites from their eponymous debut album and beloved classics, all delivered with their trademark wit and humour and the larger than life personalities that have seen them become superstars both home and abroad.

On Another Note continues the journey that Sol3 Mio have been on for the last four years, delving deeper into their operatic roots that are perfectly balanced by the trio’s contemporary style and unparalleled talent. The album is infused with the tales of their experiences as a group, having travelled the globe non-stop, and showcasing their growth as both performers and people.

The boys are delighted to be heading out on the road again:

“We can’t wait to hit the road and tour New Zealand again, especially following the release of our new album” says Moses. “While we love taking our music to all corners of the world, there is nothing quite like playing at home. It is and will always be our favourite place to tour”.

Tickets for Sol3 Mio’s nationwide tour go on sale from midday October 9th- see www.civicevents.co.nz for more details. Tickets for Christmas in the Vines are on sale now through Ticketmaster.


Civic Events presents

CHRISTMAS IN THE VINES WITH SOL3 MIO

Saturday 19 December Canterbury Waipara Hills Winery
Sunday 20 December Auckland Villa Maria Estate Winery

SOL3 MIO NATIONWIDE “ON ANOTHER NOTE” TOUR

February
Saturday 27 Nelson Trafalgar Park
Monday 29 Blenheim Stadium 2000

March

Wednesday 2 Napier Pettigrew Green Arena
Friday 4 Palmerston North Arena Manawatu
Saturday 5 New Plymouth Bowl Of Brooklands
Tuesday 8 Tauranga Baypark Arena
Saturday 12 Hamilton Claudelands Arena
Wednesday 16 Whangarei ASB Stadium
Saturday 19 Wellington TSB Bank Arena
Monday 21 Dunedin Town Hall
Wednesday 23 Invercargill ILT Stadium Southland
Thursday 24 Queenstown Events Centre

www.civicevents.co.nz

ENDS

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