Island tour

‘To The Island’ Tour Begins March 10 With Rescheduled Tour Dates

CROWDED HOUSE are amplified and eager to launch their twelve national meetings “For the island” tour this month – one of the most comprehensive band tours to be confirmed for 2021.

With the just-announced cancellation of government restrictions on mass gatherings, the ‘Towards the island The tour will now begin in Christchurch on Wednesday March 10 at Christchurch Arena, before wrapping up all previously announced shows.

A number of tour dates have had to be rescheduled with the Hamilton and two Napier shows due to be played during the week commencing March 1 now scheduled for the end of March, and the Nelson and Palmerston North shows have been postponed due to altered production logistics required to reroute the tour. Please see the full revised itinerary below.

Customers are encouraged to keep their tickets, but those who can no longer attend the revised tour dates will be able to obtain a full refund from the point of purchase.

The Dunedin and Palmerston North shows are sold out, along with early performances in Auckland and Napier, with only limited ticket availability for all other shows.

Indie rock band THE BETH’S will join Crowded House as special guests at Queenstown (March 13), New Plymouth (March 20) and both Napier shows (March 27 and 28), with singer/songwriter Reb Fountain completing programming (except Napier).

Crowded House recently announced that they are releasing their first new album in over a decade, “Dreamers Are Waiting,” on June 4. drummer Elroy Finn.

After Neil Finn’s surprise turn and hugely successful world tour with Fleetwood Mac, Neil and Nick Seymour are energized and inspired to start a new chapter in Crowded House history. A new generation has grown up and connected to their songs and will now experience Crowded House live performing the legendary anthems from the band’s 35-year career, as well as brand new music.

For full tour and ticket information, visit crowdedhouse.com and www.livenation.co.nz

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