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Due to Overwhelming Demand, Auckland Show Upgraded to the Logan Campbell Centre!



Due to overwhelming demand from Kiwi fans, Illusive Presents and Frontier Touring are thrilled to announce Lil Dicky’s debut New Zealand show will now take place at The Logan Campbell Centre.

Tickets to the upgraded Auckland show will go on sale to the general public tomorrowTuesday 10 April, from 12pm NZST. Fans are urged to secure their tickets ASAP to avoid disappointment as pre-sale demand was through the roof! Fans that purchased tickets to The Powerstation show do not need to take action; tickets will be valid for entry at The Logan Campbell Centre.

Lil Dicky ushered in 2018 with a new single ‘Freaky Friday’, featuring Grammy-winning, multi-platinum selling entertainer Chris Brown, which racked up over 50 million views in 12 days. Further cementing his return, the track is currently sitting pretty atop the NZ Top 40 singles chart.

‘One of the most savvy, thought-provoking spitters in the game.’ – XXL

Four years ago, Lil Dicky erupted literally overnight when his debut video garnered a million views in just 24 hours. Since then, the prolific entertainer has accumulated hundreds of millions of views, a #1 album and an overwhelming fan base.

Whether he’s wearing a shark onesie on stage or convincing a crowd to join him in an a cappella rendition of the American national anthem, Lil Dicky is a startlingly unique force in the rap game. His comedic routines between tracks leave audiences in stitches, yet also challenged by his provocative and at times heartbreaking lyrics which can be heard on ‘Pillow Talk (feat. Brain)’ and ‘Molly (feat. Brendon Urie)’.

‘Hip hop will never be the same.’ – The Indie Blender

‘Dicky delivered.’ – Philly Mag


VIDEO: 'Freaky Friday (feat. Chris Brown) by Lil Dicky


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