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Vance Joy

Vance Joy

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  • Wed 28 Mar ’18, 7:30pm


The Tuning Fork, 42-80 Mahuhu Crescent, Auckland, Auckland CBD


All Ages Licensed

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  • General Admission: $44.90


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Vance Joy

Gifted Australian singer-songwriter Vance Joy has big news for his New Zealand fans. The current Rolling Stone Australia cover star today announces a one-off solo show at The Tuning Fork on 28 March to celebrate the release of his sophomore album Nation of Two.

Tickets go on sale at midday on Friday, 19 January via livenation.co.nz.

My Live Nation members may secure tickets first during the pre-sale beginning 11am Thursday, January 18.

Since last performing in New Zealand at Laneway Festival 2014, Vance Joy has become one of Australia’s most recognisable voices, garnering over a billion streams on Spotify worldwide, selling in excess of two million copies of his debut album Dream Your Life Away.

The album not only netted him the ‘Best Male Artist’ award at the 2015 ARIAs, but the single ‘Riptide’ was awarded ‘Pop Work of the Year’ and ‘Song of the Year’ by APRA in 2014 and ‘Most Played Australian Work Overseas’ in 2017. The single sold over six million copies worldwide and was certified Gold in New Zealand.

The first single from Nation of Two ‘Lay It On Me’ reached #19 on Radio Hauraki’s Best of 2017, with the poignant new track ‘We’re Going Home’ released just last week another hit in the making, complete with a cinematic video by Mimi Cave. Nation of Two is out on Liberation/Mushroom on 23 February.

This is the only chance fans will ever get to see Vance Joy in such intimate surrounds, as he introduces New Zealand to his new album. Be quick to get your tickets for this very special occasion.

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