Do you sell tickets for an event, performance or venue?
Find out more about Eventfinda Ticketing.

You missed this – Subscribe & Avoid FOMO!
The Featherbones Tour with Matt Langley and Caitlin Harnett


Thu 2 Dec 2010, 7:00pm–10:00pm

Where: Level 1 Bar, Kelvin Hotel, 16 Kelvin St, Invercargill, Southland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free
10 weekly payments.
No interest, no fees.

That's it! We manage automatic weekly payments until you're paid off. Full purchase details can be viewed anytime online.

You will need

  • To be over 18 years old
  • Visa/Mastercard payment
  • NZ drivers licence or passport
  • First instalment paid today
Learn more about how it works. Credit criteria applies. Weekly payments will be automatically deducted. Failed instalments incur a $10 charge. See our Terms & Conditions for more information.

Related Artists:

Listed by: Alastair Burns

This December, Matt Langley takes to the road for one of the biggest NZ tours of the year. The journey is set to promote his debut LP Featherbones which features the APRA Country Song of the year, 7:13.

Performing songs from Featherbones, along with favourites from his highly acclaimed 2007 EP Lost Companions and a selection of unreleased gems, Matt will bring his incredible songs to all corners of Aotearoa.

The tour, comprising of 18 concerts in 18 days, stops at some of New Zealand’s most loved music venues, including The River House, The Wine Cellar, Chicks Hotel and Als Bar.

Joining Matt for the tour is Australian songwriter Caitlin Harnett. Signed to Mushroom Music Publishing Australia, Caitlin be promoting the release of her stunning new EP All in the Golden Afternoon.

Audiences can expect a series of intimate and lively shows with down to earth humour, outstanding songwriting and a collaboration of two of the finest voices you are likely to hear.

Press from Matt’s Lost Companions EP:

“Something rare and unpretentious” -Rip it up
“Intrinsic soulfulness… delivers in every respect” -Black Magazine
“Some of the richest, full bodied harmonies I’ve heard this side of the millennium” -Real Groove