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Beau Monga - 'King and Queen' Tour


Fri 30 Oct 2015, 5:30pm–8:00pm

Where: Te Ahu Centre, Cnr Matthews Ave & South Rd, Kaitaia, Far North

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Family - 2 Adults, 2 Children: $57.50 ($55.00 + $2.50 fees)
  • Adult: $22.50 ($20.00 + $2.50 fees)
  • Youth/Child: $10.00
  • Eventfinda tickets no longer on sale

X-Factor New Zealand 2015 winner Beau Monga is taking his free-styling fusion of voice, dance and beat-boxing ‘looper’ technology on a 12-stop tour of Aotearoa next month [September].

The 21-year-old has wowed audiences in his homeland and globally – his X-Factor audition has been viewed more than 4 million times after going viral on YouTube and Facebook – with his percussive vocal skills and originality.

Of native Polynesian (Aotearoa Maori, Cook Island, Tahitian) and European descent, Beau hails from the Polynesian capital of the world, Auckland, New Zealand.

He first came to attention when he won the James Cook High School talent quest in 2010 with a ‘cooking beat-boxing skit’ inspired by the UK beat-boxer Beardyman, using only a microphone and voice to blow away his peers.

At Parachute Festival in 2013, pursuing his love of dance with his B-Boy crew U-Knights of Hamilton, Beau won Parachute’s Got Talent with a synthesis of beat-boxing and dance. The win earned him a chance to record his first original song, King & Queen.

For the next two years he honed his craft daily on the streets, busking to passers-by in free-flow sets alongside fellow dancers and musicians, and incorporating VOX ‘looper’ technology into his performance.

Further opportunities arose when Beau made the bill at Ruggamuffin 2013 and toured with the Phoenix Performing Arts Company, playing the lead role of Maui in a play raising awareness of suicide and its prevention.

With Beau’s crowning as the winner of X-Factor 2015, his single King & Queen blitzed the New Zealand charts at #1 and his debut album entered at #2.