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RL GRIME announces New Zealand show

RL GRIME ANNOUNCES NEW ZEALAND SHOW

+ GOLDLINK AS VERY SPECIAL GUEST

+ ‘NOVA’ ALBUM OUT TODAY

With his hotly anticipated album NOVA released, RL Grime now announces he will be returning to New Zealand this November, presented by BBE, Fuzen SNIFFERS and George FM. Bringing along GoldLink as a very special guest, the tour will head to New Zealand on November 7at Auckland’s Logan Campbell Centre.

NOVA is the first album from RL Grime in nearly four years and its 15 tracks are star-packed featuring artists including Miguel, Julia Michaels, Chief Keef, Ty Dolla $ign and Joji. Also released is ‘Undo’ ft. Jeremih & Tory Lanez with over 5 million streams to date, and instrumentals, ‘Pressure’ which went viral on Spotify in multiple markets.

GoldLink is also no stranger to New Zealand audiences, having sold out his previous 2017 tour. The success of At What Cost and now Double Platinum single "Crew" saw GoldLink achieve a number of career firsts in the past 12 months; from his Grammy nomination for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration, to his BET Awards nomination for Best New Artist.

You won’t want to miss out when RL Grime and GoldLink join forces for their Australia and New Zealand tour later this year.

GoldLink’s latest single “Got Friends” feat. Miguel can be viewed here.

RL GRIME ‘NOVA’ AUS/NZ 2018 TOUR

Sign up for the pre-sale here


General public on-sale starts Wednesday 8 Aug 10am (local time) here

Pre-sale commences Mon 6 August (10am local time)

General on-sale commences Wed 8 August (10am local time)

Fri 2 Nov - Red Hill Auditorium, PERTH*

Sat 3 Nov - This That Festival, NEWCASTLE*

Mon 5 Nov - Festival Hall, MELBOURNE*

Weds 7 Nov - Logan Campbell Centre, AUCKLAND*

Fri 9 Nov - Hordern Pavilion, SYDNEY*

Sat 10 Nov - Brisbane Showgrounds, BRISBANE*

Fri 16 Nov - Discovery, DARWIN

Sat 17 Nov - Spilt Milk Festival, CANBERRA

* Shows with GoldLink


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