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Lauv announces Auckland show this November

PLATINUM-certified independent singer, songwriter, producer, and pop visionary Lauv announces the Australasian leg of his "~how i'm feeling~ (world tour, 2019)." The 19-city run is set to kick off on October 5th in Washington, DC, hit cities across US, UK, Europe, before coming to New Zealand in November and wrapping up in Australia later that month.

In New Zealand, Lauv will bring his incredible live show to Auckland’s Shed 10, Queens Wharf on Wednesday 20 November. The tour will then head to Australia for a national run of dates.


Opening on all New Zealand and Australian dates is US up-and-comer Carlie Hanson. See tour dates below and click HERE for more info!

Earlier this week, Lauv released a personal statement to his fans. To read in full, click HERE.

In addition, Lauv said, "So excited for all the new music and the new show for the ~how i’m feeling~ tour...it's gonna be the biggest piece of me there ever was."

The "~how i'm feeling~ (world tour, 2019)” tour announcement follows on the heels of Lauv’s latest smash hit single, “i’m so tired…” with Troye Sivan. In a matter of weeks, the single has accumulated over 175 million streams and is currently #27 at Top 40 Radio in the US and rising. Click HERE to view the video directed by DAD® (Camila Cabello, Major Lazer, Alina Baraz) and HERE to view the recently released stripped video of the single. The pair also performed the single on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Lauv recently took the stage as a special guest of Marshmello at the 2019 iHeart Radio Music Awards, where he was nominated for “Best New Pop Artist.”

TICKETS ON SALE 10AM, FRIDAY 12 APRIL 2019 (LOCAL TIME)

LAUV | ~how I’m feeling~ | 2019 TOUR DATES

With Special Guest Carlie Hanson

Presented by Chugg Entertainment

AUCKLAND

Wednesday 20 November – Shed 10, Queens Warf

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BRISBANE

Friday 22 November - The Tivoli

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SYDNEY

Saturday 23 November - Enmore Theatre

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MELBOURNE

Sunday 24 November - Forum Melbourne

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PERTH

Tuesday 26 November - Astor Theatre

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