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Marlon Williams at Villa Maria Winery Next February

Marlon Williams
To Perform with the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra at Villa Maria Winery Next February

Just announced today Marlon Williams will grace the stage of Auckland’s most picturesque outdoor venue this summer, Villa Maria Winery. Re-imagining songs from his #1 NZ album Make Way For Love, Marlon will perform alongside his band (Dave Khan, Ben Woolley, Gus Agars and Dan Luscombe) and the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestrafor a spectacular night of song.

2018 APRA Silver Scroll recipient for his song Nobody Gets What They Want Anymore, Marlon Williams is in the midst of possibly the most career making year of his life! An album tour which has taken him around the globe for the majority of this year playing festivals and selling out headline tours, an acting part in Bradley Cooper’s Hollywood film directorial debut A Star Is Born, FOUR nominations at this year’s Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards, it’s time for this long-awaited homecoming. And what a show to come home to!

The Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra is New Zealand’s full-time professional Metropolitan orchestra. Renowned for its innovation, passion and versatility, the APO has collaborated with some of New Zealand’s most inventive artists and this partnership with Marlon and his moving catalogue of songs will be something to be treasured.

By and large this night will be memorable for an abundance of reasons. Fans are advised to tune in over the coming weeks as some very special guests will be announced to perform at Villa Maria Winery ahead of Marlon’s performance.

Villa Maria Winery is an all-ages venue, and as a special offer to families, one child under 12 is welcome free per a ticketed adult in General Admission area only.

MARLON WILLIAMS with the APO
Villa Maria Winery
February 2019

With special guests to be announced
Presented by Eccles Entertainment


VILLA MARIA MEMBERS PRE-SALE
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Ends: Friday 2 November (5pm NZDT)
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Saturday 16 February
Villa Maria Winery | Auckland, NZ
All Ages
ticketmaster.co.nz | 0800 111 999


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