|Sat 30 Apr 2016, 6:00pm|
Internationally renowned multi-platium singer-songwriter, Josh Groban - who is currently in New Zealand for a promotional visit celebrating his latest album release, ‘Stages’ – will make a very welcome return in April 2016 for a special performance.
Following hugely successful 2007 and 2013 tours, in 2016 Groban will perform at Auckland’s Vector Arena on Saturday, April 30 and will be accompanied by an orchestra and choir.
Tickets will go on sale at 10am Monday, July 27.
Fan Club members can access pre-sale tickets from midday Tuesday, July 21.
My Live Nation members can be among the first to secure tickets during the pre-sale beginning at midday this Wednesday, July 22.
Josh Groban continues to entertain his adoring fans around the world with superb, powerful live performances of the highest calibre.
Recent sets have included works spanning his immensely successful recording career beginning with the 2001 New Zealand-platinum self-titled debut album; 2003’s platinum ‘Closer’, 2010’s RIANZ Top 10 ‘Illuminations’ and 2013’s RIANZ Top 3 ‘All That Echoes’.
Josh Groban delivered his latest studio album, ‘Stages’ (through Warner Music New Zealand) in April this year. The highly-anticipated album, a collection of some of the greatest musical theatre songs of all time, debuted at #4 on the RIANZ album chart, #2 on the Billboard 200 chart and #1 in the UK, adding to career sales already surpassing 25 million.
Following the release of ‘Stages’, today Groban began a two-day promotional visit that included a performance this evening on the final of ‘Dancing With This Stars’.
Don't miss an evening with one of music's most distinctive talents when Josh Groban returns for one very special New Zealand show in April 2016.
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