Grab your calendar and a pen and double check for any sleeping cats before you take a big old comfy seat, because oh, do we have the perfect concert line-up for your 2019.

Whether you haven’t been to a concert in years or you’re a frequent gig chaser, you’re going to want to read on. There’s an amazing list of artists coming to little old New Zealand next year and you’re definitely not going to want to miss out. So, get that pen uncapped and ready because below are the dates you absolutely need to remember.

Gin Wigmore
After residing in Los Angeles for the last few years, the kiwi folk popstar is returning to her home stage with her New Zealand tour in February. Playing a range of hits across her four albums, Wigmore will play Wellington’s Opera House on February 5, the Isaac Theatre in Christchurch on February 6 and the Regent Theatre in Dunedin on February 8. This is definitely a comeback show that we can’t wait for.
For more information visit livenation.co.nz.

Marlon Williams
Making his way across vineyards all around the country, our favourite New Zealand crooner will be bringing the Tūrangawaewae tour this summer. Known for his deep, Elvis-like vocals and heartbreakingly raw lyrics, Williams is definitely someone you need to see live. Kickstarting at Neudorf Vineyard in Nelson on February 8 and finishing in Christchurch’s Town Hall on March 3, there are plenty of chances to see the rising star so don’t miss out!
For more information visit ticketmaster.co.nz.

SIX60
Proving to be the first ever kiwi band to do so, Dunedin-formed SIX60 will headline the iconic Western Springs Stadium in Auckland on February 23. The all-ages show will also include a supporting line-up of popular acts such as Drax Project, Sons of Zion, SWIDT and IllBaz. We really can’t think of a better note to end our summer on, so we’ll see you there!
For more information visit ticketmaster.co.nz

Boyzone
Take a trip down memory lane with Boyzone’s farewell tour, Thank You & Goodnight. After spending what feels like a lifetime together and burying their way deep into our hearts, the Irish heartthrobs are set to finally call it quits. The quartet will be playing two North Island shows in April for all the lifelong fans to say goodbye so if you see us in our Boyzone t-shirts crying please just look the other way.
For more information visit ticketmaster.co.nz

Bryan Adams
To celebrate the release of his forthcoming album, breezy rock star Bryan Adams will be hitting our shores for his Shine A Light tour. Adams will be playing his classic hits at Wellington’s TSB Bank Arena on March 14 and Auckland’s Spark Arena on March 12 and we expect nothing less of an absolute show.
For more information visit ticketmaster.co.nz

Norah Jones
Marking her first New Zealand performance in over 14 years, soulful songstress Norah Jones is bringing her tour to us once again. Jones is set to headline 5 different shows all across the country in April in Auckland, Wellington, Dunedin, Queenstown and Christchurch. Known for her jazz-pop hits and sultry vocals, Jones is sure to put on a show that won’t disappoint.
For more information visit frontiertouring.com

Florence + The Machine
Indie-pop queen Florence Welch is bringing her band back to New Zealand for their High as Hope tour this January for an incredible one-off show. Playing Auckland’s Spark Arena on January 30, the UK natives will perform their mega-hits and no doubt bring plenty of theatrics. This is a show you definitely won’t want to miss.
For more information visit ticketmaster.co.nz

By Kellie Given

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