The Kills Is Coming Back To New Zealand

Friday 20 May 2016

The Anglo/American duo, The Kills, is coming back this July with two shows in New Zealand on Auckland’s Powerstation on Thursday 28 July and Wellington's Shed 6 on Friday 29 July. It’s been seven years since The Kills last played New Zealand and their highly anticipated return has been rumoured since news broke of their upcoming Australian show ... Read more

The Block Party Loses Two Acts and a Key Artist

Friday 20 May 2016

The promoters of The Block Party Festival regret to announce that Tha Dogg Pound and Lady Of Rage will no longer be performing at the hip-hop extravaganza being held in Auckland tomorrow night. The festival features some of the biggest acts in hip-hop, including Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Twista, Mobb Deep and DJ Quik, who will all play sets at the ASB Showgrounds. Organisers of the ... Read more

Coldplay Is Returning To New Zealand

Thursday 19 May 2016

Coldplay has finally announced a return to New Zealand with the "A Head Full Of Dreams Tour", with a stadium show confirmed for Auckland. Read more

The Jimi Hendrix Revolution Has Finally Arrived In New Zealand

Wednesday 18 May 2016

Touring from the 19th to 28th of May. Randy Hansen's "Rock Tribute Act" honouring Jimi Hendrix will be performing a masterclass in Hendrix in Wellington, Christchurch and Auckland.Hansen's with his high energy guitar playing has a reputation as one of the best Hendrix tribute acts in the world. He is also one of the few players officially recognised by the Hendrix family. Randy has ... Read more

The LA-Based Soul Band The Internet Is Coming Back To New Zealand

Wednesday 18 May 2016

After a stonking Laneway 2015 performance, it’s an enormous pleasure to welcome back The Internet, for two dates in Auckland and Wellington this August 2nd and August 4th respectively.  The LA-based soul collective began as two people - Syd Tha Kyd and producer/synth player Matt Martians. An offshoot of Odd Future, The Internet blends smooth electronic urban soul, with chugging drums ... Read more

UK Comedian Michael McIntyre To Perform In Auckland This October

Tuesday 17 May 2016

Michael McIntyre, the UK’s biggest selling comedian, is bringing his latest sell-out stand-up show Happy & Glorious, to New Zealand in October. Michael will perfom one at the Vector Arena on Wednesday 19 October. The UK and Ireland legs of the Happy & Glorious tour saw Michael sell over four hundred thousand tickets and beat his rivals to the Christmas Number One slot on the DVD ... Read more

The Ice Rink Is Back To Aotea Square For One More Fun Winter

Monday 16 May 2016

Come out of hibernation and get your skates on for the dazzling programme of mid-winter fun at the Aotea Square Ice Rink and Ice slide from Friday 17 June to Sunday 24 July. Life size polar bears, penguins, and seals will set the scene for the return of the sparkling ice rink and exhilarating 35-metre-long double-laned ice slide - back for the fifth year running. The winter wonderland ... Read more

Slipknot Is Ready to Decimate Vector Arena This October

Friday 13 May 2016

Slipknot has announced a New Zealand show to kick-start their Australasian dates this October. Slipknot will ignite Auckland’s Vector Arena on Wednesday October 26. Slipknot last performance in New Zealand in 2008, Slipknot w/ Machine Head. Read more

English Production of The Simon & Garfunkel Story is Coming To Auckland

Thursday 12 May 2016

Following a sold out season on London’s West End and various cities across Europe, the UK production of The Simon & Garfunkel Story will play for one night only on Tuesday the 12th of July at Auckland’s ASB Theatre. Read more

Congratulations To All The Winners of 2016 MMF Music Managers Awards

Thursday 12 May 2016

The MMF New Zealand, Recorded Music New Zealand, OneMusic, and the New Zealand Music Commission are proud to announce the winners of tonight's 2016 Music Managers Awards. The Tuning Fork hosted managers, industry professionals and celebrities, as everyone came together to celebrate the people behind some of the biggest artists in the New Zealand music industry. Read more

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