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Gemini Tour - February 2018

Gemini Tour - February 2018

TUESDAY OCTOBER 3, 2017 - Four-time Grammy-Award winner MACKLEMORE has announced he will return to New Zealand for a headline tour this summer.

American rapper Macklemore - having just delivered his brand new solo album Gemini – will return to New Zealand in February for shows at Auckland’s Spark Arena and Wellington’s TSB Arena.

Tickets go on sale at midday on Tuesday, October 10.

Spark customers will be able to access a special pre-sale commencing at midday this Friday, October 6.

My Live Nation members can also be among the first to access tickets during the pre-sale commencing 2pm Monday, October 9.

For complete tour and ticketing details, visit: livenation.co.nz.

Gemini is Macklemore’s first solo album since 2005, following on from the worldwide success for Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’ albums The Heist (2012) – home to singles ‘Can’t Hold Us’, ‘Thrift Shop’ and ‘Same Love’ - and This Unruly Mess I’ve Made (2016) featuring the double platinum–certified smash hit, ‘Downtown’.

Gemini, which entered the RIANZ Album Chart this week at #4, features singles ‘Glorious’ and ‘Good Old Days’.

Currently climbing the Billboard 100 and having reached the coveted #1 slot on the RIANZ Singles Chart, ‘Glorious’ featuring Skylar Grey, is Macklemore’s first top five single as a solo artist. The video for ‘Glorious’ which stars Macklemore’s 100-year-old grandmother has had more than 33 million views.

Follow up single ‘Good Old Days’ featuring Kesha is the latest track to be lifted from Gemini which is #6 this week on the iTunes chart.

SPARK ARENA, AUCKLAND FRIDAY FEBRUARY 9

TSB ARENA, WELLINGTON SATURDAY FEBRUARY 10

TICKETS ON SALE 12PM TUESDAY OCTOBER 10

Spark pre-sale: 12pm October 6 until 12pm October 8

My Live Nation pre-sale: 2pm October 9 until 10am October 10

(all ages shows)

For complete tour and ticket information, visit: www.macklemore.com & www.livenation.co.nz


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